Zero-Result SERPs: Welcome to the Future We Should’ve Known Was Coming – Max Grid News Feed

Posted by Dr-Pete On Wednesday, Google launched a large-scale experiment, removing organic results from a small set of searches with definitive answers such as this one for “What time is it in Seattle?”: These SERPs display a Knowledge Card with a “Show all results” button and no additional organic results or SERP features. Danny Sullivan […]

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Max Grid infographics overload – Today we are covering facebook

NOTE! — This page can be heavy on your internet connection! Statistics 1. Obsessed with facebook 2. facebook wall post cheat sheet 3. Best days and times 4. Life on planet facebook 5. Senior citizens the new facebook user 6. facebook dominates the social media landscape 7. facebook statistics for 2018 8. Friends day 2018 […]

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Detailed CSS Inspector on Every Site with CSSPeeper for Chrome – Max Grid News Feed

The regular Chrome DevTools panel is crazy powerful. It lets anyone dive deep into any page to study a site’s layout, CSS, and even HTTP headers if needed. You can do a lot with the DevTools… Visit hongkiat.com for full content. This is a news feed, by author Jake Rocheleau, the original post can be […]

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Updating Website Content: How I Increased Google Organic Traffic by 712% in 30 Days – Max Grid News Feed

A few months ago, I was looking at a trend for Niche Pursuits, and I was not happy.  The organic search traffic was trending down the last few months of 2017 and it had me a little worried. As a… The post Updating Website Content: How I Increased Google Organic Traffic by 712% in 30 […]

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How To Leverage Google’s Knowledge Graph For Better Rankings – Max Grid News Feed

When it introduced the Knowledge Graph in 2012, Google dubbed it “a critical first step towards building the next generation of search“. Indeed, this handy addition to the search results page tends to shorten search time, present accurate and rich information without additional clicks, and dip a little deeper into Google’s vast information plains to pull […]

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