Google Webmaster Live Help Via Google + Hangouts Tomorrow

Google has been quietly hosting Google + Hangouts for webmasters to ask Google Webmaster analysts and engineers questions.

The next Google hangout, named Google Webmaster Office Hours, was announced by Jenny Murphy and will take place tomorrow on her profile.

Again, it will take place Wednesday, August 31st at 11:30am PDT / 2:30 EDT on Jenny Murphy’s + profile. The topic will be +Snippets and markup but I assume they will be open to answering other webmaster related questions.

I assume this time the webmaster Google Hangout will be packed. Keep in mind, there are only 10 people allowed in a Google + hangout at once. So show up early to Jenny’s profile.

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  • B. Moore

    So are these being recorded or what?

    seems kinda pointless with only having a max of 10 people at one time.

    no one gets to hear or see all the questions and answers.

  • DeborahEdwards-Onoro

    Agreed. With only ten people allowed in a Hangout, it’s pointless. Consider another channel for managing live Q & A.

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