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Why Spell Check is Important for Your Web Site

Checking the spelling of the text on your web site is very important; to ensure good content accessibility and readability for your readers, and better crawlability and indexing for search engines.

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The Collection of SEO and Web Accessibility Tools

Ann Smarty, previously pointed out SEO and web accessibility should come hand in hand. So she have setup an excellent collection of web accessibility tools that can be also effectively used for SEO purposes, like: General page viewers and accessibility … Continue reading

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How to Use Link TITLE Attribute Correctly

Using link TITLE attributes has become more popular since the rise of such widely used scripts as WordPress which by default duplicates the post title link in its TITLE attribute. Still, despite being the common behavior, this method of using … Continue reading

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Do you use Alt Attributes with Care?

Optimizing images is becoming more and more important in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for websites. The ALT attribute is a critical step that is often overlooked. This can be a lost opportunity for better rankings. In Google’s webmaster guidelines, they … Continue reading

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SEO and Web Accessibility Come Hand in Hand

Web accessibility can be defined as: an approach to web design that aims to ensure the widest access to the content and features of a website. The term is often used to refer to accessibility for people with disabilities, particularly … Continue reading

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