Google is Working on a New Social Media Blogging Platform

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Google is working on developing a new social media blogging service called Museletter.

Museletter would allow various content writers to create a public profile and publish Google Drive content which they have made publically available.

They can also publish to their email list and “audiences from other platforms,” and offer paid subscriptions for their content, as Google says on its Museletter page.

Images as seen on The Museletter Website

Google wants to provide this service for free just like its other services. However, Google also plans to build premium features, such as custom domains and welcome emails. 

In addition to this, the service will also provide community features, engagement analytics, and other tools like this.

This comes after Facebook unveiled its content service called Bulletin, back in June. Bulletin is a service that allows writers to self-publish their work in various formats and also provides a tool that allows the publishers/content writers to charge for newsletter subscriptions and exclusive website content.

Similarly, the email newsletter service that was acquired by Twitter in January, debuted with a subscribe button that would allow content writers and publishers to offer newsletter subscriptions to their Twitter audiences.

Museletter seems like a really good service that would allow content writers to have full control over their content, while also allowing them to earn money.

Museletter is available as early access at the moment, allowing limited people to apply for it on the Museletter website. We still don’t know when this service will be made publicly available.

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