What is a “Google-owned” publisher?

By: David Bouchard, Contributing Writer Google owns publishers market, Dorrance Publishing, which publishes titles under the Google+ brand.

The company announced the news today.

“The news is significant because Google has been in the news a lot lately and we are delighted to see the publisher community react with interest to this news,” the company said in a statement.

“We know we will continue to work with publishers to bring more great titles to their audience.

Google has a huge and loyal user base, and we have been building and building with them to make it a great place to discover and share the best content online.”

Dorrance Publishers has more than 2,000 titles, including more than 200 paid subscriptions and a growing community of thousands of readers.

Dorrance Publisher has been publishing titles since 2016 and the publisher was bought by Google in 2019.

Dorris publishers portfolio includes titles including: ‘The Last Exorcism’, ‘The Devil’s Hand’, ‘Naked Truth’, ‘Cats in the Sky’, ‘Killer Klown’, ‘Gentleman’s Crusade’, ‘A Dangerous Method’, ‘Beware the Killer’, ‘Raging Tiger’, ‘Mountain Men’, ‘Halloween’, ‘Tenderness’, ‘Scary Stories from the Dark’, ‘Shark Attack’, ‘Dangerous Creatures’, ‘No Man’s Land’, ‘Polaris’ and ‘The End of Days’.