We all need a little positive reinforcement now and then, and Google’s aiming to give that to you by surfacing a bit of data it’s been keeping track of for a few years. If you head to your Google+ profile online, right next to your followers will be the number of views your content has gotten since Google started keeping track in October of 2012.
This number is not just profile views – it’s the aggregated total of photo, post, and profile views over the past year and a half or so.
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Google+ Now Shows The Number Of Times Your Content Has Been Viewed, But Only On The Web Right Now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.