Are Your Website(s) ADA Compliant? Reviewby Dr Don Yates Sr PhD Entrepreneur, Mentor, Advisor, CEO
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Signed into law in 1990, (ADA) was developed to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as anyone else. Failure to comply with this Act Recommended Features
- Will attract a severe lawsuit. Let's Avoid That
- Benefits of Compliance with ADA include:
- Increases website traffic, Improved SEO
- Increases brand reputation, and Image
- Increases Your Advantage Over Competitors
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#1 - Increases website traffic:
Around 15 percent of the world's population, or an estimated 1 billion people, live with disabilities, so when you make your business websiteADAcomplaint, you make room to accommodate these 15 percent.
So by letting everyone visit and use your site, your traffic will automatically increase.
#2 - Improves your SEO
A key element of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is accessible to screen readers. If your Website meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, it will likely appeal to users and search engines, automatically improving your SEO rating.
#3 - Improves your brand reputation/Image:
Another benefit of an accessible website is that it helps to build your brand's reputation. Many website visitors will have a better impression of your business if it isADAcompliant. This will boost and strengthen your brand reputation as people with disabilities who are satisfied with the experience they get on your site, will leave positive reviews for other visitors to see.
#4 - Increases Advantage Over Competitors
Disabled people are more likely to spend their money with a business that works hard to accommodate their needs. If your website isADAcompliant, your disable audience will see that you have their interest and choose you over your competitors.
#5 - Word of Mouth Advertising:
Often, the disability community is very tight-knit because people with related physical challenges tend to stick together. Many individuals with disabilities are passionate about helping others find businesses that can meet their needs. If someone with a disability finds your website and has a positive experience with its usability, they are likely to share it with others and recommend you.
In this age of information technology, word travels faster
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