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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.

No one can guarantee a #1 ranking on Google
May 28th, 2006 by John Britsios in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Comments Off

You’ve almost certainly seen advertisements by SEO firms claiming that they can guarantee you a #1 rank in Google search results; perhaps you’ve even been approached by one of these SEO companies or consultants yourself and heard the same promises.

SEO – search engine optimization is the primary function behind the way search engines work. To be even more clear: to optimize something is to “make something function at its best or most effective, or to use something to its best advantage.

Ten Steps To A More Accessible Website
February 16th, 2006 by John Britsios in Accessibility,SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Comments Off

Web accessibility is increasingly important; the trend is towards mandating accessibility standards for websites – and just as notable for webmasters, an accessible web site is more search engine-friendly as well as being able to attract a wider range of visitors.