With Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) imminent on May 18th, 2017, we thought it would be wise to delve into the convergence and crossover of SEO and website accessibility.
Optimising both means you are effectively influencing a few factors:
- Search engines will deem your website relevant, in-turn get ranked higher on Google.
- Web users will understand your website pages better.
- People with disability can cohesively navigate through your content, which means you are also on the way to addressing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Website development is a formidable wedlock between users and search engines.
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The best way to describe who can use WordPress (WP) for business is everyone. From organisations on a shoestring budget to those spending millions on marketing, WordPress checks off a lot of boxes for a lot of companies. Sony Music, The Rolling Stones, TechCrunch and many other high-profile websites use the WordPress platform. Simplicity, easy to use Content Management System (CMS), flat designs templates and mobile-friendly websites are just a few of the great things about working with WP. An almost unlimited amount of support, from an energetic user community, is yet another benefit to making the choice to use WP for your own company, projects or even blogs.
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