Google is making its media management tools more useful for journalists and their audience by including a new category of data analytics tools that will make it easier for them to keep track of how they’re being treated.
The new categories include how many times a company is featured in Google+ news, how many people read it and whether they click on the stories themselves.
The newsroom team at Google (and many other media companies) is hoping the new tools will help them to “better understand the way in which the newsroom communicates with our users and improve the way we share content.”
The newsroom’s team also released the first batch of new tools today.
The first three new categories are News & Events (NEO), News & Features (Huffington Post) and News & Events & Features (Wired).
The News & Event category is designed to give journalists the ability to see how often their content appears in Google news, and how often it appears in articles by other newsrooms.
The new categories also include how often a newsroom posts content and whether it is viewed by people.
In the News & Feature category, Google’s newsroom team (including the media company and its lawyers) will be able to see if a company posts or views a newsworthy story.
The newly introduced News & Info category (also known as News & Views) will allow Google to show how often a company’s content is featured, whether it’s viewed by its users and whether or not it’s shared by other media outlets.
As with the previous categories, Google also can show what kinds of stories people are clicking on and when.
Google announced these new tools on its blog and Twitter account on Tuesday, the day that Google+ users had until Wednesday to sign up for the new data-analysis tools.
This news is a big deal for Google’s Newsroom team, which has been struggling with the growing diaspora of newsrooms over the past few years.
The company recently rolled out two new tools that allow newsrooms to track how often they see their content in Google News.
On Tuesday, Google said it will roll out a series of new data analytics features to help newsrooms better manage their online audiences.
“Google is dedicated to making it easier to share and share with your audience, and we’re making this happen through our new News & Information categories,” Google said in a blog post on Tuesday.
New Categories Of Data Analytics Tools (Google Blog) The new categories of data analytics tools are meant to give newsrooms a way to track what types of content are shared by their users and to help them manage that content.
These new categories will allow newsroom managers to track how many times people share stories with Google News and how much they share them.
It will also allow them to see how many times a newsroom appears in the Google News index and how much people share stories with other newsroom brands.
According to a blog post from Google News, the new categories of data analysis tools are designed to help newsroom teams better understand how their users are interacting with Google News and to help them better understand how they should share stories in order to better engage their audiences.
“Google’s News & News Categories provide a way for newsrooms that are currently not using data analytics to track their audiences,” said Amy Choy, VP of Google News’ newsroom.
“This new category will help us more quickly understand how people are interacting with our content and what kinds of news stories they want to share with their audiences.”
New News Categories Are Available (The Verge) On the News & Info Category page, Google has already published new data visualization tools that help news organizations understand how to use data to better engage their audiences and improve their content.
Google News has also made a number of new news categories available to newsrooms this month.
But there’s one new category that’s been on Google’s radar for some time: News & Topics.
News Topics (via Google Blog) is a new category that Google has launched today that is designed to allow news organizations to track exactly how people read their news.
That’s good news for Google and other newsrooms who have struggled to make their news content more accommodating to their audience and users.
And Google is offering new News Topics that can help newsrooms track who is reading their content, what kind of content they are reading,