Google Question Hub to close down

Google has announced that it will be shutting down its Question Hub service on April 30, 2021. The decision was made after the company evaluated the usage and impact of the service. Question Hub was launched in 2018 as a way for content creators to find unanswered questions on the internet and create content to provide answers. The service allowed publishers to access questions asked by users on Google, and then create content that would address those queries. This was meant to help publishers create content that was more relevant and useful to their audiences. However, Google found that the service did not achieve the desired impact and usage it was hoping for. As a result, the company has decided to shut it down. Starting on April 30, 2021, users will no longer be able to create new content or access existing content on Question Hub. Google has said that it will continue to work on other ways to help publishers create high-quality content that meets the needs of their audiences. This includes tools such as Google Trends, Google Search Console, and Google Analytics, which can help publishers understand what topics and queries their audiences are interested in. If you are a user of Question Hub, Google has advised that you download your data before April 30, 2021, as it will no longer be accessible after that date. The company has also said that it will be reaching out to publishers who have used Question Hub to provide additional information and support during the shutdown process.