We Added 2 New Emails to Our Blog Series, and Increased Clicks by 630% – Max Grid News Feed

You’ve probably read about email segmentation. In fact, pro email marketers recommend it all the time. But is it really worth the work? After all, segmentation takes effort. It’s much easier to simply send a generic email to your entire list. To find out, we decided to put segmentation to the test. We updated our […]

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MaxGrid and our Services – A Living Document

Here you can find all the services provided by MaxGrid Marketing Agency.   Overall Marketing We help to establish promotional rooms online, press releases for traditional media,  and for online purposes. Guerrilla marketing for smart and economical marketing. Help with layout and design for newspaper ads, flyers, advertising for the newsroom, trade magazines and local […]

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What Content Marketers Can Learn From an Adept Dungeon Master – Max Grid News Feed

It’s probably not news to you that 91% of B2B brands use content marketing to attract, engage, nurture, and convert their audience. However, it might be surprising to learn that only 9% of those brands rate their content marketing as “sophisticated.” Sophisticated meaning that their content marketing is successful, scales across the organization, and provides […]

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Unriddled: Apple Keeps Coming for Google News, a Live Video Push for Twitter, and More Tech News You Need – Max Grid News Feed

Welcome to Wednesday, and the latest edition of “Unriddled”: the HubSpot Marketing Blog’s mid-week digest of the tech news you need to know. Sorry we missed you last week — we were in Washington, D.C. for Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional hearings. (Feel like catching up? Check out our coverage here.) This week, we continue to wade […]

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Learnings from European Conference on Information Retrieval 2018 – Max Grid News Feed

The 40th European Conference on Information Retrieval 2018 – Grenoble, France At the end of March 2018 I attended the annual European Conference on Information Retrieval (now in its 40th year), at The Minatec, in the beautiful city of Grenoble, France.  Information retrieval, of course, is the field which explores the crawling, analysis (and attempted […]

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