How to Use WordPress Plugins to Offer SEO Services to Writing Clients – Max Grid News Feed

Freelancer bloggers are often hired with the goal of increasing organic traffic from search engines by building authority through content marketing. You may find it difficult to land a serious writing gig without knowing how to optimize your posts for search engines. SEO is a valuable skill to add to your freelance writing repertoire. Understanding the […]

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12 Steps To Build A Successful Employee Advocacy Program – Max Grid News Feed

It’s common knowledge that people don’t trust brands – they trust other people. All too often, digital marketing can come across as cold and lifeless. But it’s not hard to warm up your digital marketing, and win the trust of prospects and customers. Why? Because your company consists of people: people who probably have a healthy […]

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How to Hire a Freelancer and Grow Your Blogging Empire – Max Grid News Feed

If you want to build a successful blog you might just need to hire a freelancer. In fact, if you look at almost any blog or website that is making six-figures or more they all have one thing in common: a team of awesome people helping them out. Hiring a full time staff member, however, […]

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The 100 Most Useful Websites For (Almost) Anyone And Everyone – Max Grid News Feed

Google search, Bing search, or Yahoo search. But have you ever tried the DuckDuckGo search? It’s a search engine that doesn’t track you and has everything (like suggestions, image search, video search, etc.) you expect from a search engine. There’s a very good chance that we end up using only the most popular websites on the web […]

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How to Add the Facebook Messenger Chat Widget in your Website – Max Grid News Feed

<!– –> Facebook Messenger, with more than a billion monthly users. enables brands to have real-time one-on-one conversations with their customers. Businesses can also embed Facebook messenger buttons on their website and visitors, whether they have a pre-sales question or need to resolve an issue, can initiate a conversation with the simple click of a button. The […]

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5 Cool Examples of Microinteractions for a Better WordPress UX – Max Grid News Feed

They say the devil is in the details, but that is not true when it comes to user experience. A good microinteraction should facilitate or embellish an otherwise tedious task in a very subtle way—a bad microinteraction can ruin your experience with a website or product. Even though they’re “micro,” it doesn’t mean that microinteractions […]

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How to Use Social Listening to Create Viral Content – Max Grid News Feed

Viral content is inherently unpredictable. You could have two similar pieces of content—with one receiving thousands upon thousands of shares and the other languishing in obscurity. In that regard, there’s no magic formula that will enable you to create viral content on command. It’s not like you can just flip a switch and get mass […]

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How We Increased the Readership of Buffer’s Blog to Over 1.5 Million Visits – Max Grid News Feed

h2 {font-size: 36px !important;} h3 {font-size: 28px !important;} h4 {font-size: 20px !important;} Every company is a media company these days, and Buffer is no different. We started the Buffer Social blog in January 2011 and since then it has been a key component in the success of the company. We have published more than 1,000 posts—and […]

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Google Data Studio: Using Google Sheets as a Data Source – Max Grid News Feed

Data Studio lets us visualize data from many sources. At Distilled, we’ve been using Google Sheets to do most of our reporting for years. It works well—but transitioning to Data Studio is so satisfying. It’s easier to manage permissions. And it’s also easier to get Google Analytics data into Data Studio than Sheets. Here’s the […]

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