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Thom Craver

Thom Craver

Vice President, Development and IT

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Articles by Thom Craver

  1. Google Universal Analytics Now Open to Everyone

    Google's Universal Analytics aims to help you understand how customers interact with your business across devices, give insights into mobile app performance, and improve your ROI by helping you understand which channels drive the best results.

  2. The Truth About Bounce Rate: Why Context Matters

    If your website has a high bounce rate, you shouldn't panic – it doesn't mean your marketing campaign has failed. Here's how segmentation can give you a more accurate measurement of people who had an intent, but left your site prematurely.

  3. Bing Adds Site Move Tool to Webmaster Tools

    A new tool in Bing Webmaster Tools will help webmasters performing site moves. Whether you're moving URL structure internally or changing your whole site address, the Site Move tool in Bing Webmaster Tools wants to help your site survive the move.

  4. Is Your Google Analytics Code Up to Date?

    Redesigned your site in the past few years? Making sure your Google Analytics code is modern will ensure your page load speed isn’t impacted and you can use some cool newer features. Here’s how to check if your code needs an update.

  5. Majestic SEO Adds Fresher Index & Free URL Submitter

    Majestic SEO is expanding yet again. Fresh off of announcing the Majestic SEO Fresh Index increased to 90 days, the Majestic SEO Team has just introduced a new URL submission tool open to everyone, not just their paid subscribers.

  6. Rio SEO Integrates Social Sharing, Search Marketing Tools

    The combined suite of software, now renamed to Rio SEO Social Media Suite, includes three products that assist with large-scale, social-sharing campaign analysis, as well as social advertising initiatives and digital-influencer activation programs.

  7. Bing Tags Expands to a Larger Audience

    Bing is now allowing you to make your tags public. In the past, search results pages you were tagged in were only seen by your Facebook friends. Starting this week, you can choose to select tags that you want marked as public.

  8. Google Rolling Out First Panda Refresh of 2013 Today

    Beware the Panda. According to a tweet from the official @Google Twitter account this morning, a new data refresh is rolling out today. This update, according to the notice, should only affect 1.2 percent of English language queries.