The newsletter has changed the way the news and reporting industry works. Considering how one thing gets famous, all the other mainstream apps are taking the bandwagon to create something similar is a very common practice now and something similar has happened with newsletters.
Many websites and social media platforms create newsletters and encourage journalists and news editors to switch to posting on their forum in exchange for a good income and making a name for themselves. These newsletters offer paid subscriptions through which writers can make a pretty good income.
Therefore, considering its popularity, Google decided why it should stay behind and also decided to take advantage of the latest trend in newsletters. She then created her own newsletter called “Museletter”.
Google has an incubation team called Area 120. This team is basically a group of individuals from different forums or departments in Google who come together and share their resources in order to plan something new and creative. The Google Museletter was also a release from this team.
Museletter will give writers and reporters the ability to post on their stories and blogs and earn a good income in return for the paid subscription that users can purchase on their account. But the question is, what makes Museletter so special when all the newsletters out there offer the same resources?
Well, what makes Museletter better is the fact that it doesn’t trick users into learning a whole new tool for posting their stuff, but the best part is that it will let you create a public profile for your Drive account, and will let you public is any file directly from anything saved online directly to a dedicated mailing list.
Publishing and sharing will also be relatively easier, whether the content is a slideshow presentation or a document directly from Docs.
Tools other than monetization will also be available through which writers can earn extra money.
The Google Museletter looks promising and if you are considering setting up your own account on certain newsletters, Google’s might be the best option to choose. However, while the Museletter has early open access, you’ll still need a link to access it.
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