One On One With Google's John Mueller This Morning

Jun 2, 2014 • 8:14 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google's John MuellerGoogle's John Mueller announced on Google+ that instead of the standard Google Hangouts he does where he just answers questions off a list or via prompts, he will be doing one-on-one sessions, with 8 webmasters, giving them 4 minutes each.

This happens at 10am EST this morning, you need to fill out this Google Doc and in the hangout within the first 10 minutes of it stating. about the 32 minutes of one-on-ones, John said he'd open the hangout to the public.

These will not be private sessions, the one-on-one sessions will be "public & recorded," John said.

Fill it out asap, it may be too late already but John said "We'll let you know before the hangout if we select your submission & depending on how things go, we might do this regularly."

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Comments:

Adam Heaton

06/02/2014 01:24 pm

Would be interesting to see what sort of things are discussed during these 1-on-1's. Will check out the video once published!

F1 Steve

06/02/2014 01:44 pm

Depends on the webmaster who are asking the questions, if its Durant or his ilk it will be about as useful as a cock flavoured lollipop. If its webmaster who will the hard hitting questions like Michael Martinez, then id be interested!!

CaptainKevin

06/02/2014 03:06 pm

Probably the same thin questions that are always asked. For example, is the font color #EEEEEE too close to white and will it trigger a penalty? I'd be asking the tougher questions like why are there hardly any small businesses in Google's search results? Why does Google buy companies and they mysteriously rise to the top of Google's search results?

incrediblehelp

06/02/2014 05:49 pm

Wish we had a little more notice or was that on purpose?

Roman M

06/03/2014 02:42 pm

Equally as thin...you should be able to answer all of these for yourself, shouldn't you ;-)

Kristopher

06/03/2014 03:16 pm

Did you notice that John said the last time Peguin ran was "half a year ago" January 2nd, I told the whole SEO community about this that week and no one covered it.

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