By: David Schuster-MillerGoogle is rolling out new tools to help bloggers and readers write better posts.
The new tools include a tool that can identify and respond to “frequently asked questions,” and a new feature that lets users ask for specific answers on topics they care about.
The “Ask a Question” feature, which was released in September, allows bloggers and other users to ask specific questions to the service and get a reply in a few minutes.
Google said it is also rolling out a new social media marketing tool called “The Answer Machine,” which lets people ask for more answers, more often, or ask a question they’ve already asked a question on their blog.
The new tools are part of Google’s push to help users with topics they are passionate about.
Google is rolling them out to bloggers and others interested in personal blogs, as well as to publishers of “news, information, entertainment, and culture” content.
Google also rolled out a “blogger dashboard” in March, which allows you to manage your blog as a blog and search for new content.
The dashboard also includes “blog analytics” tools to see how much time users spend on your content, as opposed to Google News, and “the ability to create customized feeds.”
As Google continues to evolve its product, it is giving it more tools and functionality to help it reach more people, and is rolling those tools out now to bloggers, the company said in a blog post.