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Google News Gives Publishers New Newsletter

Google News Gives Publishers New Newsletter

By Chris Crum December 19, 2014

Google announced that it’s giving publishers in Google News a newsletter to keep them up to date on things they need to to know. To get it, you’ll need to make sure your site is in Google News, log into …

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