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If you plan to succeed online and grow your business through online channels, you’re going to need development help. Whether you need a complex custom ecommerce website built from scratch, a simple themed WordPress site setup, or individual fixes, plug-ins, site maintenance, or coding assistance, Thrive’s experienced technical staff has you covered! We will work directly with your in-house technical team, collaborate with your current development contractors, or take on all development needs ourselves. Every situation is different. Thrive will work to make yours a success! Web Development.

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comScore Sunsets Its Compete PRO Service And Recommends SimilarWeb To Its Clients

Back in April, comScore, a media measurement firm, bought the Digital Intelligence unit of market research firm Millward Brown, which built the unit around its previous purchase ow web traffic analysis firm Complete. comScore had launched a PRO web traffic service, based on what Complete (comScore's competitor) had provided. That same day in April saw Millward [...]

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Columbia University Researchers Claim 28% Of Google’s URL Takedown Requests Are Invalid

Columbia University's American Assembly and Berkeley has published a research paper that claims almost 30 percent of the more than two million URL takedown requests Google receives daily may not be valid. There is data that Google gives to the Lumen database, who is an independent, third-party research project that was created to analyze DMCA requests and [...]

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Data Shows That Search Search Query Volumes Peaked In 2013 On PC

The US desktop search rankings from comScore for February is out, and according to the newest data, there is almost no changes month over month.  Ultimately, thee was only very incremental movement. Bing is seeing a continued slight gain, while Ask is seeing a slow sink closer and closer to one percent.  AOL has reached an abysmal [...]

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comScore Believes that Google Desktop May Have Peaked Last Year

Last Friday, comScore released their monthly report on US desktop search market share.  According to the report, Google controlled 63.8 percent of all PC search volume in August, while Microsoft's Bing had 20.6 percent, and Yahoo had only 12.7 percent. Bing had increased fraction of a percent at Google's expense, while Yahoo didn't see any changes for [...]

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Yahoo Loses Market Share As Some Firefox Users Return To Google

comScore has released the February US search market share numbers and it looks like some of the gains that Yahoo made since November since their default search deal with Firefox has been lost.  This is because some of the users that went over to Firefox has since decided to return to Google.  In all honestly, I'm not shocked by [...]

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