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When an organisation decides it needs a new website there are many decisions to make, from the branding to the technology used. One of the biggest decisions is which content management system (CMS) to opt for and, crucially, whether to choose an open source CMS or a proprietary solution.

Working in the SEO department of a web design agency like Moore-Wilson can involve getting to grips with a number of terms that, as a newbie to web design and development, you might have never heard before. Here are five terms that particularly stand out.

In honour of March being Women's History Month, we thought we would bring to your attention some of the key women from the history of technology.

Today is Sport Relief. To raise money for this great cause the staff here at Moore-Wilson took the opportunity to don their favourite sportswear or 'couch potato wear'.

A list of out top 10 Drupal blogs. They are a great resource for Drupal developers looking for hints, tips and information on all aspects of Drupal design, development and implentation. 

Welcome to a new series showcasing some of our favourite open source CMS plugins. At Moore-Wilson we are passionate about open source content management systems (CMSs) because of the accessibility, flexibility and power that they offer. 

Our top 10 chrome extensions for SEO, How to use Google Chrome more effectively for SEO a list by Tony Heywood Head of Search at Moore-Wilson. 

There have been a number of changes to SEO in 2013. Much of the focus in the SEO community has been around various Panda and Penguin updates and, in particular, the news of the Hummingbird algorithm.

Rather than brave the cold in their PJs, the good folk here at Moore-Wilson decided to don their favourite(!?) hats today to raise money for Children in Need. A much more practical idea I think you'll agree. Here's a selection of the best.. and worst...

What can the SEO industry and website owners learn from Pixar's 22 story basics? How can the Pixar process help you improve your website? Thoughts from Tony Heywood our head of Search Marketing. 

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