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Google Discontinues Blog Management Tool ‘Blog Compass’ Within A Year


Google discontinues blog management tool ‘Blog Compass’ within a year a since launched. Blog Compass is an application that basically helped bloggers to deal with their webpage and discover topics to write on. It could interface with locales running either WordPress or Blogger and gave the proprietor bits of knowledge into drifting topics and a brought together dashboard for comments or analytics.

Google reports that, “Blog compass is an app that helps bloggers manage their site and find topics to write about. Blog Compass suggests trending topics based on your interests and posting history. You can track site stats, approve comments, and read tips for how to make your blog more successful all in one place.”

While Blog Compass is as yet accessible to download from the Play Store, opening it now just shows a goodbye message, the Android Police provided details regarding Sunday. As per reviews by users, the application was at that point having issues as ahead of schedule as October 2018.

“The app is compatible with blogs using,, or self hosted WordPress blogs using the Jetpack plugin. Many people were unable to sign in with a Google account and the last report was as late as last month. According to the Google Play Store, Blog Compass achieved somewhere between 10,000-50,000 installs.”

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Sean Mendis

Sean Mendis

Sean Mendis is a reporter for MR Time. After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Sean got an internship at a morning radio show and worked as a journalist and producer. He covers national and community events for MR Time. You can contact him at

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