What Is Google AMP (And Should You Implement It?) – Max Grid News Feed

When you’re running a blog, it’s essential that it loads fast for everyone that visits it. Slow websites are something most of us don’t want to put up with, and if your blog feels too sluggish, people might get fed up and leave. Google understands this phenomenon well, so it created a framework called Accelerated […]

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How This Agency Eliminates 15+ Hours a Week of Client Work Through Instagram Automation – Max Grid News Feed

When used properly, Instagram can be a major part of your marketing strategy – and recent trends show that while other social media networks are going through some growing pains, Instagram continues to rise. In fact, Instagram’s ad revenue is growing four times faster than that of Facebook. This isn’t happening by accident. Instagram’s audience […]

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Best Free Software for Designers and Developers for 2019 – Max Grid News Feed

When getting ready for the year ahead, it’s a good idea to fill in the gaps in your software collection, especially when there is so much good software you can now get online for free. Beware however – not all “free” things are really free. First, of course, you should avoid cracked versions of payware, […]

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How Blockchain Is Changing the Digital Marketing Industry – Max Grid News Feed

Cryptocurrencies have been a hot topic lately to say the least. You probably heard about Bitcoin years ago—the most popular cryptocurrency with the most media coverage. In the early days, it was primarily used for transactions on the dark web. But today, cryptocurrencies have evolved and are starting to gain traction. Everyone knows someone with […]

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The Power of Purpose: How Taking a Stand Helps Brands to Win Customer’s Hearts (and Business) – Max Grid News Feed

Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year in the U.S., with more than 116 million people hitting the shops in search of a great deal. But REI, an outdoor clothing and equipment brand, does Black Friday differently to other retailers. For the fourth year in a row, REI closed its doors on […]

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Win before you begin – creative checklist for success – Max Grid News Feed

Part of my role as Manager of the Creative team at Distilled is to ensure that both we, and the clients we work with, are set up for mutual success. That’s why I decided to make the ‘Creative one pager’, this is something I send to all new clients to inform them of what to […]

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SearchCap: Local SEO report, Google Maps spam report & following Googlebot – Max Grid News Feed

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. This is a news feed, by author Barry Schwartz, the original post can be found here SearchCap: Local SEO report, Google Maps spam report & following […]

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How To Steal Featured Snippets With Your Blog – Max Grid News Feed

Pubcon, Las Vegas, November 2017. Gary Illyes from Google mentioned making content Voice Assistant friendly as one of the most critical aspects for SEO in the years to come. With the WordLift team, we’ve been committed to this for over a year and a half now. In fact, making your content voice friendly is […] […]

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How to Build International Websites With WordPress – Max Grid News Feed

With pressure mounting on more and more brands to grow via international expansion, the demand for and importance of localized websites continues to grow. Countless hours of work will go into the planning, implementation, and localization of content for each language- or region-specific website — there’s simply no getting around that. And when it comes […]

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Google Search Tests Expandable Related Queries – Max Grid News Feed

Google is testing new functionality for the related queries section you see at the footer of the Google search results. This shows Google giving the searcher the ability to click on a related query and then it expands and shows them a single search result for that query, which they can then click on “more […]

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