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GoogleGuy Says

PostPosted: July 17, 2003 6:13 PM 

Importance: Medium

And then there were two.

GoogleGuy annouces that a new Googler has joined the forums. This Google employee will answer questions about AdWords only (later in this thread AdWordsAdvisor says that he or she is not part of the AdSense team, and probably won't be answering questions about that).

This of course begs the question, do I need to start an "AdWordsAdvisor Says" site? Or perhaps include the AWA quotes on this site? Reply to this entry and share your thoughts -- if there is enough demand, maybe I will do something in this area...
GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]
Hey everyone, I was looking back over the list of questions that resulted in the "GoogleGuy answers" thread:
and there was one question that I wanted to mention:
Q: Have you ever considered inviting another Google employee to participate at Webmaster World? Might this be a good opportunity?

I was thinking about that question a while ago because I don't make it over to the AdWords forum as much as I'd like to, and I was thinking that it would be wonderful if some Googler would volunteer a little free time to answer questions about AdWords. Sure enough, I was talking to someone the other day who answers AdWords questions, and they mentioned that they'd be happy to help answer some questions on the web.

I talked to Brett and the Google/AdWords forum moderators, and folks were groovy about having another Googler show up from time to time. So without further ado, I'd like to introduce AdWordsAdvisor.

I'll give you some background info, just so you know what to expect. Just like with GoogleGuy, AdWordsAdvisor (AWA?) is going to be a single person. They'll have a different posting style than me. I'm pretty casual; they may be a little more formal--we'll see. We're going to keep AWA's identity anonymous in case they want to go on vacation, or if we ever need to switch to a different person in a pinch. AWA is going to stop by in their limited free time (mostly during work hours), so don't expect a ton of posts. If I had to guess, I would expect AdWordsAdvisor to stop by and post less often than me, because let's face it--I need to get out more.

They might start out pretty slowly to get a feel for things, and don't expect them to post on really controversial or strategic or technical threads. The person serving in this role is very familiar with AdWords and answers customer questions about nuts and bolts stuff and improving account performance. But they're not an engineer and not a techie, so I would mostly look for answers to basic questions to help newer folks with AdWords.

That's all I can think of right now, but I'll chime in if there's something I forgot. Oh, one last thing: I know just about everyone knows this, but please be nice. I've had a good long time on WebmasterWorld to thicken my skin, but this is someone who is just starting out. Thanks everyone!

Nuno Lopes

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PostPosted: July 18, 2003 2:39 PM 

I think you don't have to create another site to the AdWordAdvisor.
I think this site can support both google workers says.
They don't write too much ir order to have two different sites!

One more thing: Why do google have choosen a private forum to answer users? Do they have shares in webmasters world?? :))

Aaron Swartz

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PostPosted: July 18, 2003 3:49 PM 

I think including AdWordsAdvisor on this blog would be good.

Search Engine Marketing

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PostPosted: July 20, 2003 5:01 PM 

I would say you should also cover AdWordsAdvisor guy on this site - no need to break it out.


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PostPosted: July 21, 2003 3:07 AM 

I'd definitely like to see the AWA Category. No need to create another blog for it, though.


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PostPosted: July 21, 2003 12:28 PM 

No need to create another blog.

Paul McCann

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PostPosted: July 22, 2003 12:33 PM 

Yep add a section to this site for Googleadd guy. That could be a real bonus to the site and bring in people that are interested in paying for adds and so may be in a position to donate to yourselves !


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PostPosted: July 23, 2003 9:02 PM 

another category would be nice, as the adwords is pretty specific and has nothing to do with general SEO practice...


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PostPosted: July 29, 2003 9:08 PM 

AWA has replied to me ,but then i dont know who he was.
thanks Carey

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