Google’s Question Hub Launches in the US & This Week’s Digital Marketing News [PODCAST] – Search Engine Journal

Google’s Question Hub Launches in the US & This Week’s Digital Marketing News [PODCAST] – Search Engine Journal

On this week’s episode of Marketing O’Clock, hosts Greg Finn, Mark Saltarelli, and Jess Budde break down the biggest digital marketing news of the week.

If you’re unable to listen on Spotify, check out the video version of this week’s episode on the Search Engine Journal YouTube channel.

Do you think that Google always has the answer for everything? Sometimes that’s not entirely the case.

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Google is aiming to fill in those knowledge gaps with Question Hub – where publishers can submit their website’s content for Google’s unanswered questions.

Searchers are able to tell Google that their question was not answered by Google’s search results, and it will be submitted into Question Hub.

Originally, Google launched Question Hub in India, Indonesia, and Nigeria, but now US publishers and content creators can benefit from this unique product!

Making up 11% of all videos on Google News, YouTube is really making a splash in the news media world.

Comparatively, CNN, the second most prevalent news video source on Google News, only makes up around 2.1% of all news videos, John Shehata from NewzDash reports.

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The Marketing O’Clock gang has their guesses as to why YouTube shows up so often, but one thing is for sure – if you want to rank, YouTube is a great place to go!

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