While Google+ makes up 24% of logins among social networks online leading logins over Twitter, Yahoo and LinkedIn, Google users are not very active on the site once they log in. In fact, according to a new report from social marketing company Gigya, only 2% of Google+ users are sharing content on the network.

According to “The Landscape of Social Login & Sharing” report, Facebook is still the number one destination for both logins and shared content among social networks capturing 52% of social logins and 50% of the content shared on social networks.

While Google+ isn’t a happening place for sharing content, other social networks like Pinterest and Twitter are facilitating a large amount of sharing online. In fact, 24% of social content is shared on Twitter and 16% is shared on Pinterest. (Via BGR).