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Blog au Roux

Great Creole cuisine comes from the blending of cultural influences — French, Spanish, Caribbean and African — to create a truly distinctive and memorable taste. Our varied backgrounds allow us to share our collective expertise. As for Creole cooking, we start with one core piece of advice, “First you make a roux…”

Previous entries from April 2011

Client Services, Modern Web Browsers, & SEM

Bug Bytes is a weekly roundup of the Web’s best links, blog posts, and news articles related to web design, application development, and online marketing. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts on these stories in the comments below – we’d love to hear your own insights!

Social Media, BlackBerry tablet, & Internet Ad Revenue

Bug Bytes is a weekly roundup of the Web’s best links, blog posts, and news articles related to web design, application development, and online marketing. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts on these stories in the comments below – we’d love to hear your own insights!

Chrome OS, CMS, and Twitter Brands

Bug Bytes is a weekly roundup of the Web’s best links, blog posts, and news articles related to web design, application development, and online marketing. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts on these stories in the comments below – we’d love to hear your own insights!

Evolution of SEO: The Ever-changing Landscape

As the Web grows and Internet user behaviors change, Google’s understanding of what is important must also change as well. The search engine updates its algorithm almost daily and works to return the most relevant results to its users for a given query. Additionally, because of spammy content infiltrating search results, what returns as a relevant result today may not do so tomorrow.

While certain algorithm updates receive more fanfare than others (e.g., the recent “Farmer / Panda” Update), Google is said to manipulate its search results more than ten times per week. These updates reflect what users expect to see in search results, and also how information circulates the Web.

CSS3, AdWords & Google +1

Bug Bytes is a weekly roundup of the Web’s best links, blog posts, and news articles related to web design, application development, and online marketing. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts on these stories in the comments below – we’d love to hear your own insights!