Google support is one of the biggest issues people have been worried about since the beginning of COVID-19. Google has been posting notices in the Google Ads and Google My Business (as well as other products) help areas that phone and other support areas may be slow or unavailable. Google said this is “in light of COVID-19” challenges. We should all be patient with each other during these times.
From Google: Important update: As a precautionary health measure for our phone and chat support specialists in light of COVID-19, some Google Ads support options may be unavailable or delayed. You can still reach us through the Contact Us form. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience. This message will be updated as the situation changes.
There’s no doubting the impact that coronavirus has had on businesses around the world. From retail operations and restaurants shutting their doors completely, to Silicon Valley giants enforcing mandatory work-from-home procedures, the effects of COVID-19 have been widespread.
But against a sea of countless examples of sensible brands playing their part to slow the global pandemic and ensure customer and employee safety, are a mix of folks looking to profit by exploiting fear and misinformation online. In a vital step to combating these bad actors, Google recently announced that it would block all ads that appear to capitalize on the virus while helping the World Health Organization (WHO) and other government authorities run public service announcement ads in order to educate the general public.
Webcology takes a deeper look at the ecosystem of the Internet as it affects webmasters and web marketers from the points of view of two well-known web marketers, Jim Hedger and Dave Davies. Based on interviews with special high-profile guests or panels, Webcology introduces, explores and explains how the various segments of the web marketing world work.