Google hops on the newsletter trend after announcing the in-make of their own version of newsletters called ‘Museletter’

Newsletter has changed the outlook of how the news and reporting industry works. Considering how one thing gets famous, all other dominant applications jump on the bandwagon to create something similar is a very common practice now and something similar happened with newsletters.

Many social media websites and platforms are creating newsletters and encouraging reporters and news writers to switch towards posting on their forum in return of a good income and to make a name for themselves. Such newsletters offer paid subscriptions through which writers can make a fairly good revenue.

Hence, considering its popularity Google decided why should it stay behind and decided to hop on the latest trend of newsletters as well. It then created its 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 of Google who come together and share their resources in order to plan something new and creative. The Museletter from Google was an output of this team as well.

Museletter will give writers and reporters to publish on their stories and blogs and get a good revenue in return of the paid subscription that users can make on their account. But the question is what makes Museletter so special when all the newsletters launched out there offer the same resources?

Well, what makes Museletter better is the fact that it will not make users learn an entirely new tool to post their stuff, but the best part is that it will allow you to form a public profile for your Drive account, and will let you public is any file directly from anything saved online right to a dedicated email list.

Posting and sharing will also be relatively easier despite whether the content is a slideshow presentation or a document right off Docs.

Other than monetization tools will also be available through which writers can make some extra cash.

Google's Museletter seems promising and if you are considering to start your own account on some newsletters, the Google one might be the best option to pick. However, though the Museletter has an early open access, but you'll still need a link to get in.

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