Google Posts Official Webmaster Help Group Chat Recordings, Transcript, & Presentations

Google has posted the official blog post summarizing last week’s live chat event. Yes, we did post the unofficial version on Thursday night, but now we have the official version live for viewing.

The following Googlers participated in the webmaster chat: Adam (lead the discussion), Bergy, Evan, Jessica, Maile, Matt (Cutts), Reid, and Wysz in Mountain View; Jonathan and Susan in Kirkland; Alvar, Mariya, Matt (Dougherty), Pedro, and Uli in Dublin; and John in Zürich.

I believe there were well over 400 webmasters participating in the live chat event, and it may have been more. Google said these participants were from all over the world, including Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Australia, Brazil, California, Canada, Chile, Colorado, Costa Rica, Denmark, Egypt, Florida, France, Germany, Greece, Hawaii, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, New Zealand, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vietnam, and a bunch from Seattle, Washington.

Google, thank you for hosting this event. We have all gained tremendously from it and we are excited for the next one.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Google: Webmaster Central


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