Googler, Bergy - Berghausen, Leaves Google

Jul 14, 2008 - 7:06 am 0 by
Filed Under Misc Google

I am sad to report that Mark Berghausen, aka Bergy, of Google Webmaster Central, has decided to leave Google to pursue his legal profession.

Bergy, as he likes to go by, has responded to well over a 100 questions in the Google Groups forums, contributed countless blog posts, participated in the webmaster chats and come to many search conferences.

Berg's first post as a Googler was on May 17, 2007.

John Heneck notified me of Berg's announcement post. Is this the end of us hearing from Berg? Berg said no!

It's been a lot of fun spending time with you here. Also, this isn't exactly goodbye either, since I will definitely be stopping by without my big blug [G] and contributing in my personal capacity when I'm not reading about contracts or rules of evidence. :-)

I certainly hope it's not the end of his posts. When Vanessa Fox left Google she did stop posting under her Google Groups profile, but she did not stop contributing to the SEM community. I certainly hope to see Berg post under his profile in the future.

Berg, I am sure you will be very successful in the legal field. Thank you for all your contributions and please do stay in touch!

Forum discussion at Google Groups and Sphinn.


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