Search Engine Watch & Web Accessibility
If you’re a loyal reader of this blog, or know anything about SEO Inc, you already know that we are big fans of web accessibility for the visually impaired. We’re really into it. Web Accessibility is like the Jonas Brothers, and we are the screaming tween girls that follow it around.
That being said, it’s great to see others getting on the Accessibility band wagon. Aaron Shears at Search Engine Watch wrote a great blog about it the other day, and even gave SEO Inc. a shout out:
More than ever, it’s so very important that a Web site be created for everyone, including those who are blind or disabled. To understand more about these issues, visit the Americans with Disabilities Act Web site, in order to gain a larger perspective on issues and ways you can help.
Actually, other than myself, the only firm that has firsthand experience with this type of optimization is SEO Inc. The owner’s daughter is blind and she has provided experience and insight that no other search firm can offer.
For more information on the web accessibility best practices at SEO Inc, click here. SEO Inc. is the first and only SEO Company in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) which develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential.
Search Engine Optimization Inc.’s CEO, Garry Grant, along with SEO Inc.’s Senior Engineer Steve Tchorzewski, will be discussing practical web accessibility solutions for persons with disabilities and the real world benefits of addressing these issues at this year’s International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference put on by California State University Northridge’s Center on Disabilities. They will be speaking at The Renaissance Montura Hotel – International C Room on Saturday, March 21, 2009 9:20 – 10:20 AM.