Facebook continues to enjoy a strong presence in the social networking scene, according to Experian Hitwise.
Singapore recorded the highest share of visits to Google + in key Asia Pacific markets, according to Experian Hitwise data.
The report measured over an eight-week period from July to August 2011 comparing the share of visits by country under the social networking and forums category.
Share of visits to Google Plus in Experian Hitwise's social networking/forum category.
Here's a quick summary of the findings:
Among the Asia Pacific cities and countries measured in this report - Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, and India - Facebook continues to enjoy a strong presence in the social networking scene despite the launch of Google's new social network as data results revealed minimal impact on Facebook visits so far.
In all Asia markets except Hong Kong, visitors to Google+ are driven by its own properties such as Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail.
The original version of this article incorrectly stated the Google+ adoption rate in Singapore for the week of July 16. It was 0.8 percent and not 0.008 percent.
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