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Google App Update Contains AMP Feature And More

On May 27, Google has updated their app (at least for the iOS, but I'm assuming the Android version has been updated as well, but I don't have access to an Android device) to feature some faster ways to access information through the app. What are the features that have been updated in the latest [...]

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March Wrap-Up

It's been quite a month for Thrive.  Aside from the normal posts that you see here on the site, there has been an extra person to help write even more content for you all, Scott Orth! Despite being out of the blogging scene for a while, he hasn't been lounging about!  Over the years, he's [...]

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How to Include Influencers in Your Content Strategy

What is an influencer?  According to Wikipedia, "influencer marketing, (also Influence Marketing) is a form of marketing that has emerged from a variety of recent practices and studies, in which focus is placed on specific key individuals (or types of individual) rather than the target market as a whole." But I think I prefer this [...]

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What Do Structured Snippets Mean To Your Page-Level Content Strategy?

Back in the early part of September, Google was noticed messing around with something behind the scenes.  Eventually, what was spotted looked like Knowledge Graph-drevn facts being pulled into a web page's search results listing.  Now, as of September 22nd, Google finally made things official.  Structured snippets are now a part of Google Search. In a [...]

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The Myth of Google’s 200 Ranking Factors

Have you ever wondered what what it would be like if you could sit down and look at a list of Google's 200 ranking factors?  Yeah, it would be awesome to see a complete list of every single ranking factor that Google uses for their search results, but that's probably never really going to happen, [...]

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Facebook’s Ad Network Challenge To Google Coming Next Week

We know that Facebook is pretty big.  So is Google.  But perhaps it's true that we never expected to see Facebook rolling out a web-wide, cross-platform ad network that is set up to challenge the likes of the Google Display Network next week.  All this comes from the Wall Street Journal. This news was initially [...]

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How To Set Up Magento For The Search Engines

There a number of digital marketing agencies that use Magento every day for their development and search engine optimization projects.  For those of you who hasn't used or heard of Magento, it is an eCommerce platform that provides online merchants with a highly flexible shopping cart system.  With this platform, you are able to control [...]

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What Makes A Meaningful Community?

In online marketing, there are always going to be two sides to everything, and this includes social media.  On one hand, you're going to have those who have accepted, use, and see the value in social media.  On the other side, you've got those who haven't accepted the idea of social media and say that [...]

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