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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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What Email Marketers Should Know About iOS 11

Apple released iOS 11 last month, which brought a number of changes to Apple Mail.  Because of the fact that 46% of the US smartphone population uses iPhones, it's important for email marketers to understand how the new operating system might impact their ability to reach subscribers. In the case of any release, marketers have to [...]

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Android Now The World’s Dominant OS, Surpassing Windows

According to the data that StatCounter has collected the Android OS has now passed Microsoft Windows as the global leading operating system.  This data reflects "total internet usage across desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile combined." Window's global OS share was 37.91 compared to Android's 37.93 percent.  But, in North America, Windows had a 39.5 percent share, followed [...]

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Apple’s Revenue Of $47B In Line But Down, And iPhone Sales Are Down Year Over Year

Apple's fiscal fourth quarter earnings have been released,   Apple's revenues of $46.9 billion are in lne with the modest expectations of analysts; earnings per share of $1.67 beat expectations.  However, the company has reported their first YoY revenue decline since the iPhone was first introduced. Revenues were off nearly $9 billion vs. last year.  The stock [...]

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AdMob Mediation – Mobile Ads Garage #9

AdMob mediation is a way for publishers to have multiple networks of advertisers competing to display ads in their apps. It can help maximize your potential revenue and fill rate, but implementing mediation has some drawbacks as well, things like increased app size and higher request latency. In this episode of the Mobile Ads Garage, [...]

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Apple Sells Their Billionth iPhone, But Samsung Gains Market Share

After releasing their quarterly earnings earlier in the week, It was announced by Apple that they had sold their billionth iPhone.  It seems that this feat took them almost ten years, as the iPhone was introduced in January 2007. On another note, IDC released quarterly smartphone market-share estimates.  In second place as far as the largest handset maker globally, was Apple. [...]

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In-App Purchases Dwarf Ad Revenues, As iOS App Store Exceeds $71 Billion

In 2015, US mobile ad revenue was approximately 35 percent total digital revenue.  That equates to $20.8 billion.  Although that is a nice chunk of money that ad revenue is pulling in, it seems that revenue from in-app purchases is completely over taking in-app ads, according to AppsFlyer State of In-App Spending. The study done by AppsFlyer looked [...]

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Apple Opens Up Siri To Third-Party Developers

One of the many announcements that was made during Apple's developer conference on June 13, there was the anticipated news that Siri would be opened up to third-party developers.  Through a new API, developers would be able to enable their apps to work with Siri:   For the first time, developers can build on the intelligence Siri [...]

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