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Web Search Sites Visually Impaired

  1. Accessibility Can Be Profitable

    However, these sites lack the overall ability to be accessible to most browsers, including browsers for the blind and disabled. Search engines such as Google employ engineers who are visually impaired.

  2. Taking a Small Business to the Big Time Through Search

    Web sites that are well developed toward all markets, including users who may be disabled or visually impaired, will substantially increase your overall chances of domination within search engines. Search engines insist that web sites be accessible...

  3. Visually Impaired Search

    The divide between people who build Web sites and those who seek to optimize content has always baffled me. Designers think in terms of brand and experience, yet seem to consistently ignore the requirements for building sites that make sense to...

  4. It Pays to Play by the Rules - Compliance, Accessibility and SEO

    Visually impaired people use screen readers to access the content of Web sites. Most search engine optimization firms will look at their clients' Web sites in a text browser to review how a Web site may look to a search engine.