Google News has introduced a new product called “Global Development Network” that aims to make it easier for people to make some extra money by selling their content online.
The product, which launched on Thursday, is called the “Global Business Fund” and is the result of a partnership between Google and Global Development Network.
It lets people pay to have their content appear in Google News stories or other content on its platform, according to Google.
The service is currently in beta and users can sign up for a free trial.
The Global Development Fund is an online advertising service that lets users pay to appear in search results on Google News.
The product allows advertisers to show their ads for free on the network, but it also lets them pay to show adverts on other Google News sites.
The service was created by Google and its partners and aims to help companies with high advertising costs reduce their costs and improve their bottom lines.
The Global Development network is a part of Google’s larger global news business.
“We’ve seen a lot of innovation from Google News in the past few years, so we wanted to offer something that would give consumers a better understanding of how Google News works,” Google News CEO David Marcus told Bloomberg.
“It will allow them to pay to advertise on Google’s network, which will help to drive more growth for Google News, while also supporting a sustainable business model.”
Google says the service will work by making ads appear on search results and in other content that Google News partners produce.
It will also give users the ability to add their own content to Google News so they can make extra money online.
According to Google, the Global Development fund will help companies like Facebook and LinkedIn reduce their ad costs by about $2 per user per month, with a total potential revenue of $4 billion by 2020.
According, Google News also says that the Global Business Fund will help businesses make $4.6 billion in revenue by 2020 and $12 billion in total revenue by 2024.