Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Google+ has taken off like no other social network before it. While it’s still in ‘limited field trial‘ mode, it’s already being seriously considered as a contender to take on Twitter
and Facebook. Journalists already use both those networks to great effect. Could Google+ see similar usage?
Some journalists have already started experimenting with Google+ as a way to share, discuss or source news. Here are a few examples:
- Alexis Madrigal, Senior Editor at The Atlantic, is running an “experiment in real-time news” called The Atlantic PLUS, which he posts each day to his Google+ account. It comprises links to Atlantic stories, details of what he and other Atlantic journalists are working on that day, links to news on other websites and a photograph for the day.
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- Google should have worked on social earlier, admits Schmidt (internetbillboards.net)
- Facebook Seems Worried About Google+. Should it Be? (internetbillboards.net)
- What Student Blogs Say About Corporate Culture At Twitter, Intel, IBM, And Google (internetbillboards.net)
- Google will not run Circles around Facebook, but it gets a +1 – Brian Solis With His First G+ Thoughts (internetbillboards.net)
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