As part of some information I needed to put together, I compiled a list of Google+ Verified Female Google+ users using's website and statistics.
I choose to highlight females, well, because I am one & I put together& – so it is of interest to me.
What started this all for me was a conversation about how people interact within Google+ with others and if it has anything to do with circle growth. Also a topic of conversation was if followers diminished if people shut off access to who they follow – or follow a small number of people in return.
From my 'eyeball' look at the stats, it all comes down to having to actually talk to people in here, respond to comments, not have it be all about you (but that is shown not to be true in cases of entertainers, singers/musicians, or actresses – but that fits in with the line of their work, so no biggie). While I was first encouraged there were a good deal of writers, journalists, tech and science represented, as I got higher up the list I saw it was dominated by famous women who have their own 'built in' fan base and followers. Even before some of those account were populated or verified they had a very large circle / follower count (so much for needing to be active and engaging!)
Below I've tagged the ladies (the top followed verified female being Britney Spears at the bottom of the list) – but visit the attached spreadsheet to see a bit more of the info I pulled.
There is a notes field / tab in the spreadsheet to show some of my assumptions & to let you know this was in no way scientific <grin> just some manual information I collected from CircleCount.com. I have no way of knowing of any of the numbers or information is accurate. Sometime soon I may go back to CircleCount and see about brand pages, since that's a topic of research I'm covering as well. If there are any statisticians out there /cough/