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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 […]

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In 2006 the at National Federation of the Blind filed a class action lawsuit against target on behalf of blind internet users who were unable to buy products on target.com. The settlement, filed in the U.S. District Court of Northern California, requires that visually impaired users who depend on screen-reading software to use Target.com “may […]

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SEO Friendly Flash

By: | May 29, 2008 | View: 6307

A simple yet effective way of making Flash websites SEO friendly The Problem Conventional wisdom has always been that using Flash to make a website is a huge SEO No-No, and here’s why: When a search engine crawler comes to a web page, its mission is to read the text and follow the links to […]

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Shift Happens!

By: | April 9, 2008 | View: 3872

I recently attended the Josephine L. Taylor Leadership Institute conference, put on by the American Foundation for the Blind, in San Francisco. At the opening session a panel of speakers lead by Jim Fruchterman (whose company originally developed the technology behind Freedom Scientifics’ Jaws screen reader) discussed the next generation of technology, and what that […]

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Drop Down Menus & the Visually Impaired

By: | February 28, 2008 | View: 5428

Making sure a website has search engine friendly navigation is a top priority for savvy web developers and optimizers. Developers usually consider three things when creating a drop down navigation menu: Does it look good? Does it work correctly? And is it SEO friendly (can search engine spiders crawl the links)?  Well, here is a […]

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Search Engine Optimization regrettably often takes a back seat to a company’s offline marketing efforts. Print, radio and TV advertising are often the frontrunners when companies decide where to spend their marketing budgets for the upcoming fiscal year. Year after year companies seem more comfortable with the familiar processes and terms of the traditional marketing […]

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