has a brand new feature called “content ideas.” This gives the creators, publishers, SEO, webmasters, and others some advice about new topics to write about.
Experimental feature. Although this feature isn’t available in my verified Search Console profiles yet, Nicolas Ockier saw it and shared it with Mastodon by sharing the screenshot.
It looks like Question Hub. It looks very similar to the Google Question Hub, which was launched in the US two years ago.
This tool gives you topics ideas to write about, and then publish them on your site.
What’s Question Hub? Google explains that Question Hub is “a tool that empowers creators to produce richer content through leveraging unanswered question.” Question Hub gathers unanswered questions from users and presents them to writers and bloggers.
This is a method for Google searchers to inform it that search results aren’t answering their query. Google then takes the questions it receives and sends them to publishers who can, in turn create content that answers the query.
Similar content ideas are available.
We care. It can be difficult for content writers to create content ideas. This may assist content creators. Google has more content that it can index and rank for its search results. This feature might be available in your Search Console. If not, you can use Question Hub to test it until then.
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