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Advanced Website Designs

Advanced Designs

Adaptive Technology Works Flawlessly On All Devices

Flawless Adaptive Technology

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mOve designs the most advanced websites available today, with stunning innovations in video technology and much more

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  • all screen

    Design adjusts for all screen sizes

  • smart phones and tablets

    Website adjusts for mobile devices

  • all computers

    Video plays on all devices

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Advanced Video Technology

Innovations & Solutions Only From mOve

mOve designs innovative websites using stunning high definition (HD) videos. This provides the visitor with an engaging experience that is more like watching a flat screen television

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Advanced Website Features & Functionality

mOve Can Custom Create Any Website Requirement

  • Lead Generation Lead Generation
  • Custom Web Maps Custom Web Maps
  • Image Galleries Image Galleries
  • Location Finders Location Finders
  • History Timelines History Timelines
  • 3rd Party Applications 3rd Party Applications
  • Product Galleries Product Galleries
  • Leadership Bios Leadership Bios

mOve has an advanced team of technical designers & developers, capable of creating and crafting any type of advanced website feature that is required to drive your business

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Demystifying SEO

Google does not use the keyword meta-tag in ranking web pages, refocus your efforts on what matters the most.

Source: Matt Cutts, Google Software Engineer

Google has not been using them since 1998... It’s about time you stopped using them too...

SEO is one of the things that is treated like a “secret ingredient” for your website. Supposedly, only known to SEO professionals and the people at search engines like Google, right? In the early days of the web; you could do all sorts of technical tricks to get your site to rank better in various search engines. Businesses went crazy, pushing their site into the number one position by stuffing meta “keywords” into web pages. Many SEO companies even signed agreements guaranteeing to place your website into the #1 position on a search engine like Google.

So what happens to a consumer, who visits their favorite search engine and gets a list of irrelevant sites because they were all “stuffing” keywords or some other SEO trick to get to a number one position? They leave! Everyone uses a particular search engine because it provides the most relevant sites for a set of search terms. It’s too easy for unhappy users go to another search engine, so search engines quickly had to come up with their own way to rank pages, realizing the meta keywords could not be trusted and were abused.

Most people don’t realize that it was this exact issue with Meta Tag Keyword “stuffing” that gave Google an entrance into the search engine market, by ignoring keywords and using other relevancy algorithms, which worked on many other factors outside of keywords (like links). The rest of the story is history, as Google emerged as the search engine of choice with the most relevant website links.

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Google Search Engine Optimized

mOve Implements Google Analytics On Every Website

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mOve implements standard Google Analytics on every website that is built and we are expert at using this technology. To help our clients and prospective clients understand the “often mysterious” world of SEO, click the Learn More links below

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The Google Facts According To Google*

Q: Does Google ever use the "keywords" meta tag in its web search ranking?

A: In a word, no.

Q: Why doesn't Google use the keywords meta tag?

A: About a decade ago, search engines judged pages only on the content of web pages, not any so-called "off-page" factors, such as the links pointing to a web page. In those days, keyword meta tags quickly became an area where someone could stuff often-irrelevant keywords without typical visitors ever seeing those keywords. Because the keywords meta tag was so often abused, many years ago Google began disregarding the keywords meta tag.

Q: Does this mean that Google will always ignore the keywords meta tag?

A: It's possible that Google could use this information in the future, but it's unlikely. Google has ignored the keywords meta tag for years and currently they see no need to change that policy.

Q: What does Google advise website developers and marketers to do?

A: At mOve, we follow our own expert standards and all best practices outlined by Google, so our page content is written for the users, not search engines. Some helpful links from Google are below:

Google Webmaster Guidelines  >

Google SEO Starter Guide  >

Google’s Guidance on Building High Quality Websites  >

Site Not Doing Well in Search  >

*Full article: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com  >

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mOve Designs Work Perfectly On All Devices

5-Point Testing Assurance Process

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mOve's “5-Point Testing” is our unique & proprietary quality assurance process that takes into account how a website actually works on the seemingly endless number of digital devices, using a multitude of different browsers

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