Submit your SEO questions to Google for upcoming short Q&A videos

Google hasn’t produced short-form SEO video Q&As for three years, but now they’re looking to start it back up again.

Google is asking webmasters and SEOs to submit their short SEO questions so the search giant can begin producing short question-and-answer videos again. Google indicated its plans via a post on Twitter:

 Follow

Google Webmasters

@googlewmc

We’re looking into a series of webmaster Q&A videos. Which questions are on your mind & need covering? Let us know!https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfr_m5kMGBzbElaHj91hDBG4-AuwSpB_kz3HeIrIGJvTePQtQ/viewform 

Photo published for Google Webmaster Central 2017 Q&A

Google Webmaster Central 2017 Q&A

We’re considering rolling another round of Question & Answer videos for the Google Webmaster Central YouTube channel. What webmaster / websearch questions are on your mind, which you’d love to have…

docs.google.com

Twitter Ads info and privacy

The form to submit your questions is available over here. It asks you for “your burning question,” your name, your location and any comments you’d like to add.

When Matt Cutts was Google’s head of webspam, the company published short Q&A videos. But since Cutts left Google, no one else has picked up the practice. It has been over three years, and now, Google wants to start these videos back up again. Maybe Danny Sullivan, who just joined Google, will be producing these, or maybe not.

Google hasn’t been completely video silent recently, though. It does provide several Google webmaster-related hangouts on YouTube, typically an hour long, where Googlers, in many languages, answer questions from webmasters live. But, apparently, short-form videos are making a comeback.

I found the short-form videos to be very valuable for the SEO community, and I am looking forward to their return.

You might also like More from author

Comments are closed.