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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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Yext Adds TripAdvisor To Listings Network, Conversational UI For Local Data Updates

TripAdvisor has been added to the Yext Knowledge Engine location data management platform.  Not only that, last month, Yext rolled out a new conversational interface for content and local data updates, which the company calls Knowledge Assistant. With this TripAdvisor integration, restaurant operators are now able to manage a range of attributes through Yext's dashboard, such as hours and [...]

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The First Steps Of Your SEO Audit: Indexing Issues

Indexing may be the first step to any SEO audit, but why? If your site isn't being indexed, it's basically not being read by Google and Bing. If search engines aren't able to see it, there won't anything you can do to improve the ranking of your web pages. This is why it's important to [...]

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Hreflang Tags: How To Serve Correctly Regionalized Content

As a whole, there is hardly anything more technical than international and multilanguage search engine optimization.  It can be difficult to implement, and not hard to get things wrong.  This can lead you in a world of SEO problems. When considering how to target readers around the globe, there are a lot of moving parts [...]

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Making Your First AMP Story: Google’s Answer To Snapchat And Instagram

One of the cool announcements that came out of AMP Con 2018 in Amsterdam was the introduction of AMP Stories, which is a new format similar to Snapchat and Instagram Stories.  AMP Stories is implemented via a new accelerated mobile pages (AMP) component. But what sets it apart from Snapchat and Instagram Stories, is that AMP Stories are going [...]

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CallRail Adds A Keyword Recommendation Tool To Its Phone Call Listening Platform

Year Built 1955 Dial Post Bakelite Old Phone Although most businesses keep track of customer phone calls, does something getting lost in translation? With the January 31 release of its keyword recommendation tool, Call Highlights, CallRail is offering businesses a chance to identify trends and uncover insights from their customer calls. The company says the [...]

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Will AMP Improve Your Rankings? How To Set Up An AMP Test

Although Google has stated several times that Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) aren't a ranking factor, there have been many that speculated that they could soon become one.  AMP pages were made for speed, so if we take into consideration Google's recent announcement that page speed will become a mobile ranking factor later this year (which takes place [...]

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Bizarre Review Schema Implementation Spotlights Gaps Between Google’s Guidelines & How Rich Results Really Work

Review snippets, in which review stars appear next to your SERP listing, have been something SEOs have coveted in terms of rich results.  But because many have pursued these review snippets quite heavily over the years, it has lead to a lot of abuse.  Both SEOs and webmasters would try gaining the rich results by implementing [...]

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