Google+ is the largest social network on the planet and the second largest in terms of mobile traffic behind Facebook, according to data from research firm Net Applications.
But according to the data, Google+ also has the biggest mobile-first advertising business in the world.
That is because many users are turning to Google+ as their primary marketing channel for the mobile platform.
Google+ has a growing user base, and the company is adding a number of apps and features to the platform, including an app called Google+ for iPhone.
Google+ has also seen a dramatic shift in mobile traffic over the past few years, according a report published by Net Applications in April 2017.
The company’s mobile traffic rose from 2.2 billion monthly active users in 2016 to 5.3 billion in 2017.
That jump was primarily due to an increase in mobile-focused search and news aggregator sites like Google+ and Buzzfeed, as well as social networks like Instagram and WhatsApp, which have both seen a jump in mobile use.
Net Applications’ report says that Google+ traffic has grown more than 10x in the past year and is now at around 13.5 billion monthly unique users.
Google also recently announced plans to add more than 20 million new users to the Google+ app over the next three months.
Google also has been steadily expanding its mobile presence, with its mobile advertising platform being launched last year.
According to Net Applications, Google’s mobile ad revenue grew from $12.3 million in 2017 to $16.1 million in 2018.