Result One: http://www.frenchcreoles.com/Language/originsoflouisianacreole/originsoflouisianacreole.htm
The Google search result gives the impression from its summary that the research will learn the difference between Creole and Louisiana Creole. Upon clicking into the result, the researcher learns that this is just a page from the frenchcreoles.com website. The page looks thrown together. The heading graphics do not relate to the subject matter. A planet that looks as if it could be Saturn and a little man with a globe adorns the heading. The words in the subheading are all in lowercase. With a scroll down the page, one can see that it is somewhat disorganized, with bits of information and pictures of apparently Creole individuals in random orders. The page is slightly too busy to pay attention to the information, which is actually relevant.
In the right corner of the page, a navigation bar directs to the homepage. Upon clicking, it immediately gives off a different impression than the subpage. The home page is graphic and appealing to not only the eyes, but also th...
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