You think you've seen it all when it comes to Google. Wrong! Over at the Google Webmaster Central Blog, Maile Ohye has posted a wonderfully refreshing post along with a video, through which she has given the readers a rare tour of how a Webmaster Support spends a day at the Googleplex.
Here is the itinerary of Webmaster for this week's Wednesday at Googleplex:
A meeting took place at the office, that focused on the agenda at hand and the discussions, minutes and action items of the previous meeting. This Google morning meeting included:
- Feedback from the blog post on Duplicate content due to scrapers.
- Recent and upcoming releases such as Webmaster Tools API on schedule.
- The 'JuneTune Chat'
At 11.00 am, a meeting took place with the Matt Cutts, that included hi feedback on these topics:
- Matt proposed that follow-up blog comments should be written on duplicate content caused by scrapers to solicit specific examples.
- Next, he discussed about the "URLs and case sensitivity basics" that was scheduled for the online chat.
Next, our Webmaster Support went to lunch with a Crawl Engineer named Shyam along with Jason and an AdSense Engineer.
Then, a meeting took place with Wysz that was related to the reviewing of slides for the Google Trifecta.
Then our Webmaster Support went on a little rendezvous with fellow Googlers Reid, Evan, Charlene, Jessica, and Wysz as the latter were monitoring a discussion group.
Dinner with Matthias.
Well! Thats, how our friend Webmaster Support carried spent her day at Googleplex, working hard to keep the Internet a clean and an informative platform.