What Do the New Twitter Rules Mean for Social Media Managers (and Buffer Customers) – Max Grid News Feed

Keeping Twitter safe and free from spam is a top priority for us. — Yoel Roth, API Policy and Product Trust at Twitter This year, the team at Twitter has taken additional action to keep Twitter free from spam. Specifically, they have introduced new rules around automation and the use of multiple accounts. You might […]

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Google Targeted Advertising, Part 1 – Max Grid News Feed

One of the inventors of the newly granted patent I am writing about was behind one of the most visited Google patents I’ve written about, from Ross Koningstein, which I posted about under the title, The Google Rank-Modifying Spammers Patent It described a social engineering approach to stop site owners from using spammy tactics to […]

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Common CRO Mistakes & How to Avoid Them – Max Grid News Feed

There are so many intricacies to Conversion Rate Optimization and UX testing, it’s easy to feel like you’re on information overload. There are tons of metrics you can compare, various reports you can dive into, a plethora of ways to form hypotheses and implement tests, several platforms for testing to choose from, and the list […]

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Earth Day Google doodle delivers hopeful message from Dr. Jane Goodall – Max Grid News Feed

“Every single individual matters, every single individual makes some impact on the planet every single day,” says the renown ethologist and conservationist. The post Earth Day Google doodle delivers hopeful message from Dr. Jane Goodall appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. This is a news feed, […]

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