A day in the life of webmaster support

Follow Googler Maile Ohye as she goes through her day at Webmaster Central, our one-stop shop for webmaster support and resources. Check out interviews with Googlers such as Matt Cutts, Michael Wyszomierski, Reid Yokoyama, Jonathan Simon and Evan Tang.

19 Replies to “A day in the life of webmaster support”

  1. i would say that webmasters oversee all the projects going on – they’re essentially people with a really good understanding of web development who coordinate and manage multiple websites. they also probably didnt film any coding because its not particularly exciting to watch

  2. well a definite would be a very good understanding of the basics – html, css and javascript. you’d probably also need to be familiar with what language the server-side infrastructure is written in. while a degree in web development or software engineering would probably cover it, if you were a talented self-taught person you probably could get the job as well.

  3. I like google’s work space, it’s a inviting area where everyone is encouraged to work more freely and have all these creative ideas. Thumbs up to google/youtube!

  4. dont you guys write codes or fix computers all you guy was doing in here was talking and doing things that dont need a lot of energy and thinking dont you guys do something tiring like writing a program or something

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