At Thrive we believe in quality over quantity. We've focused on assembling a crack team of digital professionals to make sure we deliver amazing results for every client. With the remote nature of our role, we've been able to go beyond Seattle to find the right people no matter where they're located.
Our head honcho Noah focuses on understanding the goals and problems of our clients and proposing the appropriate solution. He's deeply passionate about the tools, systems, and processes required to make amazing things happen.
Our second in charge, Nick is an expert at making sure we're going the right way about achieving your business goals. Highly skilled at both design AND development of websites, he's all about keeping things practical and delivering massive value to our clients.
Our resident brand expert, Corey has worked with nationally recognized brands on their brand strategy, brand development and implementation, through to web design and development, delivering some truly amazing results!
Susan is our content writing machine. Super friendly, she gets our clients to open up in their interviews, then expertly crafts compelling copy that helps grab attention and delivers results.
Photos can make or break a website, and Holli is an absolute PRO and delivering high end images for our clients. Holli is engaging and dynamic, able to get even the most nervous subject to relax and look great on camera.
Something going wrong with your site? Well you'll find Richard is probably the guy that fixes it. Richard is one of our developers, and manages the ongoing website maintenance for our client base while fixing any small issues that might come up.
The first half of our SEO team, Matt, makes sure we're on top of the ever-changing rules and best practices around Search Engine Optimization.
The second half of our SEO team, Joe, absolutely crushes it for our clients and makes sure they get the online visibility their websites deserve!
Linda not only manages to create Google Ads that perform, she also optimizes our clients ad accounts so they're not wasting their ad budget on low performing search terms.