Are you planning on doing any more SMB site clinics? If so can we do these on a regular basis?

Are you planning on doing any more SMB site clinics? If so can we do these on a regular basis?

Webmaster Guru Asked on December 16, 2016 in SMB Sites.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

Possibly. I think doing these is really interesting on the one hand for me, because I see a lot of the issues that we might have missed otherwise. On the other hand, also hopefully for the people who were in these Hangouts. The difficult part is, of course, they take a lot of time to prepare, because there are a lot of websites out there that have questions about their website, and trying to distill the individual issues into something that’s generally useful for all kinds of webmasters is sometimes a bit tricky. One thing I’d recommend doing is maybe posting in the help forums, and getting advice from other webmaster peers who have a lot of practice as well to kind of get some input at least on your website and on things that you could be focusing on. And as always, if you post in the help forums, if you post anywhere publicly, kind of try to figure out which advice you really want to listen to, because sometimes you’ll get advice on things that are obviously useful to do but might not be the primary problem for your website.

 

Webmaster Guru Answered on December 16, 2016.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

Possibly. I think doing these is really interesting on the one hand for me, because I see a lot of the issues that we might have missed otherwise. On the other hand, also hopefully for the people who were in these Hangouts. The difficult part is, of course, they take a lot of time to prepare, because there are a lot of websites out there that have questions about their website, and trying to distill the individual issues into something that’s generally useful for all kinds of webmasters is sometimes a bit tricky. One thing I’d recommend doing is maybe posting in the help forums, and getting advice from other webmaster peers who have a lot of practice as well to kind of get some input at least on your website and on things that you could be focusing on. And as always, if you post in the help forums, if you post anywhere publicly, kind of try to figure out which advice you really want to listen to, because sometimes you’ll get advice on things that are obviously useful to do but might not be the primary problem for your website.

 

Webmaster Guru Answered on December 16, 2016.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

Possibly. I think doing these is really interesting on the one hand for me, because I see a lot of the issues that we might have missed otherwise. On the other hand, also hopefully for the people who were in these Hangouts. The difficult part is, of course, they take a lot of time to prepare, because there are a lot of websites out there that have questions about their website, and trying to distill the individual issues into something that’s generally useful for all kinds of webmasters is sometimes a bit tricky. One thing I’d recommend doing is maybe posting in the help forums, and getting advice from other webmaster peers who have a lot of practice as well to kind of get some input at least on your website and on things that you could be focusing on. And as always, if you post in the help forums, if you post anywhere publicly, kind of try to figure out which advice you really want to listen to, because sometimes you’ll get advice on things that are obviously useful to do but might not be the primary problem for your website.

 

Webmaster Guru Answered on December 16, 2016.
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