Sunday, 3 April 2011

Oysters and business websites

Oysters by This Window
Oysters, a photo by This Window on Flickr.
Via Flickr:
French oysters are the finest you will ever eat. Likewise French web design is some of the best around.

However we are based in the UK and we have good sea food too (we are on the North Devon Coast) and we also design good sites.

North Devon Web can guide you through the conception, birth pangs and sustainability of your web presence, we can optimise your site for search engines and submit them to the major players. We use a combination of automated and human processes to help you towards achieving world domination. We can also recommend some good restaurants in our area.

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Photograph taken on a trip to Brittany in 2010 to the Cancale Oyster Farm

History has it that Louis XIV had his oysters brought to Versailles from Cancale. Centuries later, the farming of oysters is still a major activity in the port and there are oyster beds covering about 7.3 square kilometers easily seen from the pier at the harbor. These beds harvest about 25,000 tons of oysters each year.

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