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About Scott Davenport

Scott Davenport is the content writer and social media man of Thrive Business Marketing in Portland Oregon. Writing about the current events of the SEO world, as well as tips and advice that fellow SEOs could use to improve their own SEO campaigns and shares it for the whole world to see!

Conductor Purchase Price Revealed: $15.8M Cash + $97.8M Stock

Early last year, SEO firm Conductor was acquired by WeWork (now known as "The We Company"), but the purchase price wasn't revealed until Thursday when We’s S-1 filing was released. The deal was made for $15.8 million in cash and $97.8 million in Series AP-1 Preferred Stock. The total transaction was valued at just over $113 [...]

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Google My Business Adds Bulk Review Management

Google has add the ability for users to see reviews across multiple listings on a single page. These can be seen within Google My Business reviews section at Google made the announcement over here saying “Businesses can view reviews for multiple listings at once. With bulk reviews, you’ll be able to view, reply to, and flag reviews for [...]

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Google Opens Up To Fantasy Sports Ads In The U.S.

According to an announcement made on August 13, due to changes in advertising policies, Google will start accepting ads from fantasy sports services in certain US states this month. Fantasy sports companies like DraftKings, FanDuel, and Yahoo Daily Fantasy will have the ability to buy ads across Google properties, such as Search and YouTube, via [...]

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Google Is Aware Of Sites Hosted On Another’s Subdomain

According to Google, hosting content in a subdomain or subfolder of another entity's site isn't against its guidelines, but that it's improving is systems to recognize that content and treat it accordingly. This came from the Google Webmasters Twitter account on August 14. Here is what the tweet said: "We’ve been asked if third-parties can host content [...]

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Ruth Burr Reedy On Human-Readable Google Ranking Signals

Former head of SEO at Moz and now Vice President of Strategy at UpBuild, Ruth Burr Reedy, sat down with Barry Schwartz and spoke about her history in SEO that she lead up the efforts of migrating Moz from the domain to They even spoke about what new SEOs should be looking for [...]

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FTC: Breaking Up Google, Facebook Is A Possible Remedy

In both Europe and the US, there is a growing concern in in both political and regulatory circles that more dramatic measures are needed to address a concentration of power among tech giants. On the afternoon of August 13, the head of the US FTC said for the first time that breaking up companies was on [...]

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LinkedIn Launches Audience Engagement Insights With Addition Of 5 New Marketing Partners

LinkedIn is going to launch a new Audience Engagement Insights category as part of its marketing partner program, and adding five new third-party analytics platforms that integrate with the LinkedIn Audience Engagement API: AmobeeAnnalectHootsuiteOgilvySprinklr “With these insights, you can better refine your content strategy and make smarter decisions to help deliver better ROI for your LinkedIn [...]

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