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Professional Web Copywriting Can Make Your Business Stand Out
February 25th, 2012 by John Britsios in Accessibility Comments Off

The tone used for web copywriting can make or break an article. There are several types of tones that can be used for written content. Using the proper tone for articles can increase the amount of traffic.

There are a lot of different reasons to use a web site spell check tool on all of your web content. Proper spelling isn’t everyone’s forte, but it makes a big difference to visitors – people tend to be a lot better at spotting spelling errors than they are at actually spelling; your readers will […]

Web Accessibility To Be Mandatory In Europe?
February 16th, 2010 by John Britsios in Accessibility Comments Off

The European Union initiative on web accessibility is a project which has been in the works for some time now and while the goals of the EU e-inclusion campaign have not yet been met. Things have already started to change and before long, accessibly web design will simply be a fact of life in the […]

SEO doesn’t begin and end with the text on your web pages. If your website has images, these should also be optimized in order to help with your overall page rank as to help your site appear in image searches, which are an increasingly popular application – and image search optimization is becoming a very […]

Google and Accessibility
February 15th, 2010 by John Britsios in Accessibility,SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Comments Off

When you begin the development of your site, be sure to keep accessibility in mind. Google has a favorite when it comes to accessibility: make it simple and direct and you will rank well.

This is one of those minor annoyances all of us have experienced while using the web: you click on a link and instead of the new page opening in the current window, an entirely new window opens to display the page.

It’s important to make sure that your text content is optimized for search engines, but the alt attribute is becoming ever more important to the ranking of your website as people use services like Google Image search more and more often.

Are you a webmaster or SEO copywriter who does not take the time to spell check his written content? If you are, you are doing yourself–and/or your clients–great harm. Let’s face it: there is absolutely no excuse to fail to spell check your content.

Google accessible web search is a set of parameters that allow Google’s search engines to locate websites that are more appropriate for the use of visually impaired individuals.

Accessibility First, SEO Second
June 1st, 2006 by John Britsios in Accessibility,SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Comments Off

A lot of webmasters are far more concerned with SEO than with accessibility; while it is indeed important to optimize your site for the search engines, most website owners have their priorities backwards.