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5 Ways Businesses Can Improve Web Accessibility standard

Today, most people depend on the Internet to find information and access various products and services. For this reason, many companies have created sites where their clients can reach them easily. With the help of a web page, firms can also expand their customer base significantly by exposing them to worldwide consumers. As a result, the enterprise is more likely to see an improvement in its revenue. In addition, it could also boost their profitability and enhance growth as well. What Limits Excellent User Experience on a Website? Despite the several advantages the Internet offers customers, many sites aren’t accessible, especially to people living with disabilities. Some factors hindering excellent user experience (UX) on a web page are low vision, blindness, as ...

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Businesses Can’t Afford to Ignore HTTPS Anymore image

HTTPS Websites and Google

Google has repeatedly talked about the importance of HTTPS as opposed to HTTP over the last year and discussed flagging non-HTTPS pages with warnings to users on its Chrome browser. Now, it appears to be in its final implementation. Non-HTTPS pages are displaying warnings in a variety of industries. A Reminder: What’s the Difference Between HTTP and HTTPS? HTTP stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol; HTTPS means HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure. Both are protocols/languages for passing information between servers and clients. As the names imply, HTTPS is secure; HTTP is not. Without the security, it is possible third parties can view the conversation between the site and the user. HTTPS connections are secured through SSL/TSL protocol, which respectively stand for Secure Sockets Layer ...

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IP Lead Tracking — Just the Facts image

There’s a new tool in your marketing tool box. A tool that can identify your website visitors, that until now, often remained anonymous. IP Lead Tracking is typically a subscription service that uses analytics code and databases to deliver timely and user-friendly reports. It is reported that although 90% of B2B sales begin with a web search, only 2-3% of website visitors complete a contact or registration form. While website analytics software report traffic or visitors, page views, bounce rate and other useful statistics, actual sales leads from registrations are a fraction (2-3%) of website visitors. What if you could identify all those anonymous website visitors?  A marketing no-brainer, right? Enter IP Tracking Software Think of a Caller ID for your website.  ...

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