Tracking your Google+ account
One of the favorite hobbies of people new to social media is to obsess over how many followers they have and how to grow that number. Mostly, the obsession is in secret because it’s hurtful to any ego to have two followers, let’s face it. For people new to Google+ or simply suffering from the ego hit of only having three people in Malaysia that have discovered you, there is a way to track to either help you get over your obsession or fuel it (we encourage you not to lose sleep over it).
To see how many people have added you to their Google+ cirrcles and graph the increase or decrease in your follower count, CircleCount.com is the answer. It offers a social statistics page with various Google+ user demographic data and a feature allowing you to compare the influence of two Google+ profiles.
Additionally, you can separately see your connections divided by gender and a photo collage of the top 100 Google+ users. There is no registration required, no password to remember, and it’s free. So take a look at CircleCount to measure yourself and others in the Google+ social network.