31 Aug '11, 9pm

yeah! my 2006 article still ranks for keyword [accessible advertising] nice niche term ;0

Home | Insights | Industry news 29 December 2006 | Author: M. Thomson SEO & Affiliate Consultant Accessible Advertising for the Visually Impaired In the United Kingdom, there are currently around 380,000 people who are registered blind, and a further 2 million people who have sight problems or are visually impaired. This may only be a small percentage of the UK's population, but can advertisers really afford not to target this percentage? With today's technology and internet standards, XHTML and CSS are perfect for designing accessible websites for users who are blind or are visually impaired. By following the W3C guidelines, it is possible to develop a website that is accessible to all users. A major problem in the internet marketing world that hasn't been addressed is accessible advertising There are many forms of advertising on the internet e.g. adsense, banners, button...

Full article: http://www.bigmouthmedia.com/live/articles/accessible-adv...

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