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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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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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Google Search Console Blocked Resources Report Had Processing Error

In a post on the Google data anomalies page, blocked resources report within the Google Search Console may have incorrect data being reported over a three-week period. If you pulled any report between January 16, 2018 and February 22, 2018, Google said that “users may see decreased counts of pages with blocked resources. This is due to [...]

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Google To Move More Sites To Mobile-First Index In Coming Weeks

It was announced at PubCon (a webmaster conference) by Gary Illyes that Google is planning to roll more sites into the mobile-first index over the next several weeks. The following tweet was posted by Marie Haynes, who was in the crowd, on Twitter: Announcement - In the next month and a half or so, Google is moving a [...]

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NY Federal Court Decision Threatens Embedding And Linking Across The Web

Judge Katherine Forrest of the federal court in New York, ruled on a motion that found that embedding a tweet containing a copyrighted photo (of Tom Brady) could create liability for copyright infringement. the case is still in process (Goldman vs. Breitbart) and can't be appealed until final. The ruling has potentially far-reaching implications as she [...]

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Google Drops Support For Meta News Keywords Tag

Google has decided to drop its support for the news meta keywords tag, which was introduced specifically for news publishers back in 2012.  Several months ago, the search engine quietly stopped supporting it. Because Google didn't announce the change, publishers continued using it.  By using the news meta keywords tag, you'll find that it won't help Google [...]

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Labels Now Available In Bing Ads Editor For Dynamic Search Ads

In an announcement from Bing Ads, users now have the ability to use Labels in Editor for Dynamic Search Ads, following the recent rollout of DSAs in October. With labels, advertisers can organize information in a way that is easier for them to filter and create rules around.  It's now possible to use methods such as labeling "Evergreen" [...]

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Google Chrome Extensions Bringing Back ‘View Image’ & ‘Search By Image’ Buttons In Google Image Search

Last week, Google removed the "View Image" button and "Search by Image" feature from Google image search due to a copyright infringement concern with Getty Images.  But, by dealing with Getty in best way Google could think of, they inherently made internet quite unhappy with the search company.  With this change, searchers have certainly made their voice [...]

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Google, Getty Images Enter A Multi-Year Global Licensing Partnership

In an announcement made late last week, Google parent Alphabet and Getty Images made a sweeping partnership that ended a long-standing copyright antitrust dispute between Getty and Google, which was filed in early 2016. This deal was characterized by Getty as “a multi-year global licensing partnership, enabling Google to use Getty Images’ content within its various products and services.” [...]

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