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Simply Native delivers quality affordable web site development and hosting for small business. Our mission is to provide our clients with a visually appealing, productive and easy to update website. We use the latest web standards and SEO best practices to get your website noticed.
We provide full service web design, development and hosting. We take a 1 on 1 approach to determining our clients wants and needs. We never limit the number of revisions available to our clients, we want you 100% satisfied with our product before going live.
All of our websites are hosting in a fully meshed high speed datacenter. Our datacenter is equipped with redundant power to ensure limited downtime. In addition we perform nightly backups in case of hardware failure.
Each website includes a Content Management System. Our system is built custom to the needs of your website. Unlike other universal content management systems that can be bulky with unneeded and complicated controls, our system gives you just the right amount of control that is easy to use.
SEO or Search Engine Optimization is the foundation of each of our websites. By implementing SEO from the beginning your website will rank higher in search engine request.
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