In an effort to shrug off its “ghost town” reputation, Google today updated Google+ with total content views for profiles and pages. On any page, you’ll notice the new figure underneath the user’s profile photo, just next to where their follower count is displayed. It includes the total number of views for their posts, photos and profile page. Clearly, this is a move to prove once and for all what the level of user engagement is like on Google+. Of course, that number will fluctuate depending on how many followers you have, how often you publish and the popularity of…

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