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Posted by: Amber.Hecht1/26/2009 12:11 PM
Before you hire a third-party team of professionals to construct your web page, it's a good idea to take into account all the factors that will make a difference in your business’ visibility and boost your company’s potential to turn a profit through the valuable commodity of e-commerce.

Requesting that your company web page be accessible to a majority of parties is an excellent way to guarantee your visibility is as prominent as possible. It's also important to remember that web pages are required by law to make certain things accessible. Any professional web development firm will be able to tell you the requirements, based on legal terms, for your area.

It may also be a good idea to consider adding an element of audio to your web site. In some cases, a person with visible or motor disabilities will access your page and when you utilize your audio options; even individuals with limited function can access your company's web page. Audio options will allow even the most visually impaired individuals to have access to your products and any legal disclaimers placed on your website.

It's also interesting to note that common search engines will read and experience your webpage in a very similar way as would a visually or motor impaired person. For this reason, it's very important that the textual content in your web page is logical. Basically, this means that the links therein will need to lead to something equally as accessible. If your company plans to spend hard earned money on search engine optimization, it's very important that the professionals by which your web page is designed create your web page in a way that allows for easy optimization.

Remember, professional web development is an art form. However, as a business owner, it is your responsibility to ensure that the men and women who develop your web page are 100% informed on your expectations and your desires. It will also help you to inform them of the direction in which you hope your company will go in the future.
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