Google has recently posted that it will recommence its Q&A short videos for clearing all SEO-related queries. Matt Cutts, the former head of the web spam team at Google used to provide answers for questions in the short videos. However, when he left, Google stopped doing them. Though it does provide several webmaster-related hangouts on YouTube, usually an hour long, where Googlers, in many languages, answer questions from
webmasters live. Last week, the giant search engine has declared that it will resume the Q&A videos after a long gap of three years. Google has put out an open invitation for everyone to come up with questions.
John Mueller of Google wrote on Twitter “We’re looking into a series of webmaster Q&A videos. What’s on your mind that you’d like to have covered there?”
All webmasters and SEOs can submit their short SEO questions over here. It asks you for “your burning question,” your name, your location and any comments you would like to add.
These Q&A short videos are credible sources of research for the SEO community. It is contrasting to the webmaster, where all attendees are identified by their Google account. The questions for the new series of Q&A videos can be asked anonymously.