Susan Moskwa Moves On From Google Webmaster Team

Sep 19, 2012 • 8:18 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Industry News
 

Susan MoskwaSusan Moskwa, one of the loved Google Webmaster Trends Analyst, is leaving that role to work with the Internal Communications team at Google.

Susan announced this on Google+ saying:

After 5+ years working with webmasters and Google search, I'm leaving the Webmaster Tools team at the end of this month. I'll still be working at Google, but I'm taking a job with our Internal Communications team, so I'll have less of a public-facing role.

I leave you in the capable hands of my fellow Webmaster Trends Analysts +Gary Illyes, +John Mueller and +Pierre Far. (And if you'd like to take my place, we're hiring! http://goo.gl/cdMGP) Thanks for a great ride.

We've covered Susan's contributions several times here, here are some of those:

Susan, thanks for everything and best of luck in the new role!

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Comments:

Josh

09/19/2012 12:35 pm

sure, just imagine now many bad feels webmasters have about matt cutts.

Martin Missfeldt

09/19/2012 04:20 pm

yeah, Susan did a great job especcially for people with problems on Google image Search. Thanx Susan, and good luck.

Martin Missfeldt

09/19/2012 04:21 pm

Sorry Barry I couldn't give it a "like" or "+1" - you have to work on your titles ;-)

Susan Moskwa

09/20/2012 09:05 pm

Thank you!

Steven Lockey

09/28/2012 03:52 pm

All the best at your new Role, hopefully it will go as well for you as this one did. You will be missed!

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