Google has been the biggest search engine over the for the previous two decades and however, the company has extended its business to different areas of technology, it keeps on being the go-to search engine for internet users.
The Technology giant has launched Question Hub to address unknown queries.
In any case, have you thought about what might happen whether your preferred internet search engine fails to give you the output that you are searching for? The technology mammoth has launched “Question Hub” to address such a situation.
Through Question Hub, internet user discloses to Google when they can’t get the specific content which they are searching for and it will gather these unanswered inquiries. For instance, if a user is searching for ‘How many revolutions does Chandrayaan 2 make around the Earth?’ Google will sort this inquiry by its subject (Science), and after that give it to the publishers, who would then be able to utilize these bits of knowledge and make more extravagant, better content for their readers and viewers.
Google, in its blog, has said that it is launching the beta version of Question Hub today following a while of testing with writers and bloggers
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When a topic is included, they will most likely view the unanswered inquiries which are posed by genuine individuals on the Internet.