If Google's Management doesn’t use Google+, then why should you? | Techgig

One of the most important rules in software is to eat your own dog food. The concept is simple: if you have confidence in your product, you should be using it.

Perhaps somebody should tell that to Google’s senior management, because they are failing to eat their own dog food when it comes to Google+.

During the madness that was the launch of the iPhone 4S, we stumbled across an interesting post by Michael DeGusta. DeGusta decided to analyze how often Google’s senior management uses Google+. He counted how many times the company’s senior management, SVPs and board members have publicly posted on Google+.

The results aren’t pretty. Co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have posted publicly on Google+ 22 times. Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt doesn’t even have a Google+ account, nothing short of an embarrassment when company bonuses are directly tied to social media success.



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