Development

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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Google To Add Attribution To Licensed Lyrics Providers

Earlier this week, Google was accused of stealing lyrics from Genius, a song lyrics web site without proper licensing agreement. In response to those accusations, Google said that it "licenses the lyrics text from third parties" and does "not crawl or scrape websites to source these lyrics" in a blog post on Tuesday. Even then, [...]

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Technical Link Building with Ross Tavendale

Is link building expensive? Is it only digital PR? No and no. Technical link building may seem a bit old-fashioned but it still proves to be effective. Watch this video to get helpful tips from Ross Tavendale, Managing Director of Type A Media! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvKn8zy9FBc

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Google Search Console Image Search Reporting Bug June 5-7

A notice was posted by Google saying that, between the dates of June 5 through June 7, it was unable to capture data around image search traffic. This was a bug and it didn't impact actual search traffic. Even then, the Search Console performance report may show drops in image search traffic in that date [...]

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Google Search Console Drops Preferred Domain Setting

According to an announcement, Google is no longer supporting the preferred domain setting in Google Search Console. This means that this feature isn't being moved from the old version of Google Search Console to the new one. It's existence ends with the old version of the platform. The preferred domain setting is an old feature [...]

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Why You Must Know about the New Evergreen Googlebot

Google made an announcement at Google I/O in early May of 2019 that Googlebot is now evergreen. What does it mean for the search community? In this episode of the popular Here's Why digital marketing video series, Eric Enge, together with Google’s Martin Splitt, explains of the new evergreen Googlebot in search. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-lt-yLCEng

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VidMob Building ‘API For Creativity’ That Uses First-Party Data To Fine Tune Video Ad Elements

In the latest round of funding, VidMob has raised $25 million to further develop its Agile Creative Studio, an API platform that curates first-party creative data to offer insights for optimizing video ad campaigns. The Agile Creative Studio employs first party creative data to identify the creative assets within video ad that yield the strongest [...]

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Google: We Don’t Evaluate a Site’s Authority

According to John Mueller, Google doesn't specifically measure the authority of a website. This information came from a recent Google Webmaster Central hangout. During the hangout, Meuller was asked how a site can increase its authority. The webmaster who asked the question said that their site lost a good amount of organic traffic following the [...]

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Google Launches New Search Menu With Icons

After a few months of testing, Google has begun rolling out the new search bar with icons. Rather than using text to show the various search categories or verticals for news, video, images, maps, shopping and the like, Google displays icons that represent those categories as well. The following image was taken from the PC version [...]

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