Googler, JohnMu, Get Well Soon!

Jan 15, 2008 - 8:24 am 1 by
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JohnMu, John Mueller, a Google Webmaster Trends Analysts, is reportedly feeling under the weather. Why is this important? Well, JohnMu is probably the single most active Google Webmaster support representatives in the forums today.

He has provided support over New Years but also on Christmas! He replies to an overwhelming number of Google support questions day in and day out at Google Groups and even over at our SEO forums, such as Cre8asite Forums and others.

Plus John provides helpful blog posts at his personal blog.

Adam Lasnik, aka mini-Matt (also accustomed to working on Christmas, posted a get well soon post at Google Groups.

Our friend JohnMu is sick. Thankfully not gravely sick, just beset by your usual cold/flu.

However, we fellow Guides thought he'd get more rest and recover more quickly if he didn't check his e-mail and this group every 3.14 minutes, so we're posting this Get Well and Step Away from the Computer note publicly.

Hi John! Now go back to bed! The rest of us got your back :)

With chicken soup 'n' love, The Webmaster Help Team

John, it sucks getting sick and we all hope you feel better soon!

From the Search Marketing community!

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