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Google’s New “Bulletin” Service Introduced to Help Aspiring Journalists

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Becoming independent writer is not an easy task. Be that as it may, Google is introducing an online platform called Bulletin that will help propel you into becoming a self-trained and experience columnist.

Bulletin is a free, lightweight app for telling a story by capturing photos, video clips and text right from your phone, published straight to the web without having to create a blog or build a website. If you are comfortable taking photos or sending messages, you can create a Bulletin story.

With Bulletin, Google intends to use this to amplify their news service and aggregate more data. You can even include hyperlocal content from your own neighbourhoods and communities to be able to tell you stories your own way.

What’s special about a story on Bulletin? A Bulletin story is:

#1 Impactful: Bulletin helps you tell the stories that aren’t being told

#2 Open: Bulletin stories are public and easy to discover: on Google search, through social networks, or via links sent by email and messaging apps

#3 Effortless: No setup is required to create a story  all you need is a smartphone

 

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All of those stories will be publically accessible on Google Search and can be shared on social networking sites via links. If you are a journalist and would like more information on Bulletin kindly for this link here.

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