How to Schedule Tweets to Maximize Reach and Engagement – Max Grid News Feed

Even though Twitter has introduced an algorithm to its timeline, most of the tweets we see on our timelines are still displayed reverse-chronologically. This means that tweeting at the right times can help you reach and engage more followers. But as social media managers, you most likely don’t have the time to wait around and […]

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Google Patent on Structured Data Focuses upon JSON-LD – Max Grid News Feed

Search Using Structured Data Structured Data is information that is set out in a way which makes it easy for a search engine to read easily. Some examples include XML markup in XML sitemaps and schema vocabulary found in JSON-LD scripts. A search engine that answers questions based upon crawling and indexing facts found within […]

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BuzzSumo: The Definitive Guide – Max Grid News Feed

This guide will teach you everything you need to know about BuzzSumo. Advanced strategies. Cool features. And four new case studies that I’ve never shared anywhere else before. Let’s get started… The post BuzzSumo: The Definitive Guide appeared first on Backlinko. This is a news feed, by author Brian Dean, the original post can be […]

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Facebook and Twitter now let you see anyone's ads: Here's what we found – Max Grid News Feed

What has changed Both Facebook and Twitter have taken steps to let you see the ads any organization is running. On June 28 Facebook announced that it is making key changes that allow any user to be able to view any ads that are currently active, for any page. Additionally, users can now see any […]

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