10/5/2011

Google executives aren't doing their part when it comes to promoting Google+, Ben Parr writes. An analysis found that co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin had made less than two dozen public Google+ postings, while Chairman Eric Schmidt has yet to sign up for an account. "It doesn't matter how you slice it: if Google's management truly believed in Google+ as the future of the company, they would be more engaged," Parr writes.

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