Larry Page becomes the ‘Most-Circled’ Person on Google+, beating Mark Zuckerberg

Recently, it was reported that Facebook’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was the ‘most-circled’ person on Google’s social platform Google+. However, he has lost this title to Google’s CEO Larry Page as Zuckerberg. Being Google’s CEO, Larry Page deserves this title, but unfortunately, the title was held by Zuckerberg for some time.

The recent report suggests that Page at the moment has over 601,000 followers compared to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s 599,000 followers. Such a huge figure for Zuckerberg are quite surprising as he has never posted anything on Google+ but still hold such a huge numbers.

Recently, the senior management at Google came under esteemed criticism for not participating in Google’s own products.  Until the start of this month, the only official joined Google+ was Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt. However, after receiving some severe criticism, several Google executives responded to the call and joined Google+ and are now actively participating through posting publicly to Google+.

Two weeks ago, Google while announcing its third-quarter earnings, claimed that since the launch of Google+ beta to the public, it has hoarded over 40 million users. Google+ was made available to the world in September.

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