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Some news! I'm joining Google in a new role to help the public better understand how search works and help Google better hear public feedback & improve. When I retired from search in June, I thought I was done. But I'm excited about the opportunity to help both Google & the public connect better & improve search.
...My title is still being determined, but the position will be to serve as a sort of public liaison for search. The goal is to increase the connection between those at Google who work hard on search each day and the public that depends on Google for answers. Iíll be educating the public about how search works. Iíll be exploring and explaining issues that may arise. Iíll be looking at ways to take in feedback and work for solutions to improve search going forward....
not SEOs, site owners, Alphabet's corporate enemies, or government regulators
[edited by: goodroi at 1:08 am (utc) on Oct 9, 2017]
[edit reason] Let's be careful to stay on topic [/edit]
and the public that depends on Google for answers.
Google. The supplier of answers, not websites. He said it right?
He would not have taken on the role if he didn't think he can help both Google and the search community
A huge, great move. Google needs this public liaison role. It should help them listen better, too. Danny Sullivan is the perfect choice.