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19:20  14 march  2018
19:20  14 march  2018 Source:   engadget.com

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Show More Results . 3 related articles. Google has extended another olive branch to news outlets in a bid to smooth things over with publishers. Soon, users who subscribe to digital newspapers and magazines will see articles from those titles appear higher in their search results .

Now, Google is pledging to show all subscription news hits in search , allowing publishers to choose how many (if any) articles they provide for free through the Google to ditch controversial ' first click free' policy [The Guardian]. 1 . I’m convinced Google will label paywalls in the search results .

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Google has extended another olive branch to news outlets in a bid to smooth things over with publishers. Soon, users who subscribe to digital newspapers and magazines will see articles from those titles appear higher in their search results.

According to Bloomberg, people familiar with the matter also revealed that the search engine also plans to share data showing who's most likely to buy a subscription, in a bid to help publishers better target potential subscribers. Execs allegedly plan to disclose exact details at an event on March 20th.

The move comes after Google relaxed its "first click free" policy last year and announced its plans to share revenue with publishers that make use of its new subscription tools. The company has previously come under fire from news outlets that claimed they were at the mercy of the search engine, but recent steps from Google -- including this one -- show it's keen to rectify matters. Of course, it's not switching things up out of the sheer goodness of its heart. At a time when fake news is rampant, people are looking for trusted journalism, and that's a demand that can be capitalized on.

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Google search results will soon prioritize your news subscriptions . Soon, users who subscribe to digital newspapers and magazines will see articles from those titles appear higher in their search results .

Google has extended another olive branch to news outlets in a bid to smooth things over with publishers. Soon, users who subscribe to digital newspapers and magazines will see articles from those titles appear higher in their search results .

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