In this podcast we hear how Time.com and FT.com have each achieved more than one million followers on the platform in just seven months.
Journalism.co.uk technology editor Sarah Marshall speaks to:
- Cathy Sharick, managing editor of Time.com
- Bede McCarthy, executive editor of FT.com
- Sunny Hundal, founder of Rippla, which measures the social media ‘ripples’ of news stories
Sharick and McCarthy share their lessons, tips and future plans for Time magazine and the Financial Times Google+ pages and Hundal explains research he has carried out into the number of stories being shared on Google+.
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Tags: bede mccarthy, cathy sharick, Google Plus, rippla, Sunny Hundal, The Financial Times, time magazine
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