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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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Twitter Introduces Fleets, AKA Stories For Twitter

Do you enjoy expiring content on social media? If so, you will be glad to hear about Fleets on Twitter. Fleets is a version of Stories, a feature found on Snapchat. Twitter users can post a variety of things, like text, pictures and video, and then those posts will disappear after a time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt2rzZFuAbg

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New Workflow, Product Tags And More For Instagram Branded Content Ads

Advertisers on Instagram are able to create Branded Content ads without creators needing to post organically first. With the introduction of the new workflow, advertisers will request ad creation access from creators. After the request has been approved by the creator, they will be notified to approve or decline branded ads that appear from the [...]

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YouTube Gets Into Audio Ads

Audio ads are currently in beta on YouTube, along with "dynamic music lineups" of channels across a number of music genres. Here is what YouTube said: "Music has always played an important role in culture and everyday lives. It’s a reliable way for you to capture an audience engaging with content they love, but for most [...]

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New Crawl Stats Report Launched For Google Search Console

A new crawl stats report has been launched by Google for Search Console. The company says that this new report will be easier for Search Console users to find issues with Google crawling. Here is what's new: Total number of requests grouped by response code, crawled file type, crawl purpose, and Googlebot type.Detailed information on [...]

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Some Graphic Design Trends for 2021 (Infographic)

With so many other people post their brand and business posts online through their social media, it can be difficult to stand out. This is why we need to do our best to keep our visuals fresh for the upcoming year. We want to make sure we are up with the latest trends to make [...]

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What Are Some Instagram Trends You Need To Know For 2021

If you're looking for ways that will let you improve your marketing approach for Instagram, you might be in luck! Oberlo has created an infographic that shows off their key Instagram trends that we should be looking out for for 2021. Here are the key points: Instagram Stories: the backbone of influencer marketingUsage of Reels [...]

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Google’s Manual Actions Bug Has Been Resolved

According to Google's Danial Waisberg, it seems that it has fixed a bug where some sites with manual actions weren't seeing those manual actions in Google Search Console. As you can see from the following tweet, Waisberg said that everything should be back to normal. https://twitter.com/danielwaisberg/status/1330858019421376512 The trouble all began on November 18, and was finally [...]

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Elie Orgel Talks About Using Data To Create Pages That Get Links

In this video, Barry Schwartz interviewed SEO Elie Orgel, the Director of Marketing at Rosenblum Law Firm. In this first part, the two talked about both his career and experience, and after that, they talked about he uses data sources that are on the web, but aren't index by Google. These sources create rich content [...]

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Facebook Ads Accounts Mistakenly Disabled

For some Facebook advertisers, their ability to run ads were temporarily turned off when their accounts were disabled by accident. Rob Leathern, Fakebook's product manager, said that this was because of a technical error. He said that advertisers should have access to their accounts and ability to run ads again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfebBfaUleY

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