What is Google Question Hub?
First of all, let’s have a look at what is the question hub. It’s a platform by Google to answer the unanswered questions on the Internet. And, it comes with the opportunity for bloggers to answer these questions.
Means your problem of what to write about, etc. solve indirectly. Google the search engine itself giving you an opportunity to create the best possible content without spending valuable timing on deciding what to write and whatnot.
Question Hub is a tool that enables creators to create richer content by leveraging unanswered questions.
Question Hub is currently available in India (Hindi, English), Indonesia (Bahasa Indonesia), and Nigeria (English).
In Google’s own words:
Question Hub is a tool that enables creators to create richer content by leveraging unanswered questions. Question Hub collects these unanswered user questions and surfaces them to bloggers, writers, and content creators like you.
With Question Hub, you can:
- Explore topics you’re interested in
- Use relevant user questions to create more comprehensive content for your audience
- Track the impact of your content created using Question Hub
What is an unanswered question, and how are questions collected?
Google collects unanswered questions using various methods. The questions or queries collected are directly from the end-users. And, there is a chance or possibility of uncleared intent or misspellings and so on. Google is working to solve this problem.
But, as a blogger, you’re already intelligent enough to understand the motive behind the asked query. So, with proper knowledge, you can easily understand the purpose behind the question and answer them accordingly.
Does submitting content in Question Hub improve it’s ranking on Search?
Google Question Hub doesn’t add any value SEO rankings for your content. But, you can track your performance thereby submitting a video or article.
What do you think about Question Hub?
What is your opinion on Google’s Question Hub? Do you think there is any point or value in focusing on it as a tool for bloggers? What other tools do you recommend for bloggers that can help in creating and sharing the content?
Join the discussion in the comments.