Google’s co-founders and biggest proponents of making social media the focus of the company are conspicuously absent most of the time when it comes to using their own social network, Google+. Are they making a big mistake and being hypocritical when they’re asking their own company to embrace the platform when they themselves rarely update their own profiles?
Perhaps they’re copying Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s style of only posting when something is either truly important such as “we’ve agreed to acquire Instagram” or “listed a company on NASDAQ”. Unfortunately, Zuckerberg has the luxury of not having to chase someone from behind. With nearly 1 billion users, Facebook doesn’t need him to post pictures of his dog (even though he has done so in the past).
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I’m a Christian, a husband, a father, and a son. I am founder of Soshable and Hasai, two social media marketing firms, and Director of New Media for TK Carsites, the automotive internet marketing division of KPA. You can find me on Google+, Facebook, KPA, Tumblr, Pinterest, and just about anywhere else that’s social.