Now Webmasters can use the Google Moderator page to ask Questions

By: Daniel Imbellino
Updated: Feb 28, 2013

Are you a webmaster who's been searching for answers to important questions about Google's search engine?

Are you a frustrated webmaster, well welcome to the club! We all are at times, and I’m sure all webmasters have had questions about Google’s search engine that they were unable to find answers to online. Now you can use the “Google Moderator” page to ask questions and address your concerns to Google’s team of engineers including their lead engineer and web spam specialist Matt Cutts.

With Google Moderator webmasters can now can vote on currently asked questions as well as submit their own. The community votes on each question submitted, and those with the most votes are the most likely to be addressed. Google has not stated exactly when questions will be pulled for review and answered, but this is the purpose of the program. You can also comment on other people’s questions, and you vote for or against an already submitted question that’s in Que.

One thing I noticed upon my initial viewing of the site was that many questions being asked have already been answered by Google on their webmaster Central Blog, or by a team member such as Matt Cutts, right on Youtube on their Google Webmaster channel. To save time for everyone it might be best to first search their blog, and or youtube channels to determine if you can find the information you are looking for before posting tons of questions to the moderator page.

Also, the webmaster blog features a search engine to help users find what they are searching for, and is updated daily with new and relevant content related to various ways for web designers and developers to solve issues and implement new functionalities concerning both Google and the internet as a whole.


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