Digital Intent Marketing, based in Pittsburgh, PA, announced an updated service for local clients. Run by Tom Gregan, the team strives to help clients improve their online presence, increase lead generation, and achieve their growth goals.
More information can be found at: https://www.digitalintentmarketing.com
The newly updated service (ADA Compliance For Website) is part of Digital Intent Service commitment to client satisfaction, and ensuring optimal ROI for businesses. They work with companies across sectors and strives to ensure that they can connect with more customers.
Tom is a former track and field world record holder, but has now transitioned into the marketing space. His work is centered on helping small and local businesses owners to secure more customers through the Digital Intent Marketing platform.
As part of the new service update, his team is offering a unique combination of services for clients. This includes ADA website compliance, omnipresence marketing, and voice keyword search.
He explains that ADA compliance and accessibility is still an undervalued aspect of running an effective online business. In today’s landscape, it’s imperative that a business website is fully accessible.
In the law today, the Department of Justice explains that ADA applies to all websites. Meeting ADA compliance ensures that customers with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else while on a website.
To meet modern guidelines, all websites need to be accessible to those who have disabilities with their hearing, vision, or physical capacities.
Additional details are provided at: https://www.digitalintentmarketing.com/ada-website-compliance
ADA compliance also factors into building a strong online presence, because much of a business’s success is rooted in referrals, recommendations and reviews. In order maximize possibilities in these spaces, it’s important to be welcoming to all potential customers.
A spokesperson for Digital Intent Marketing states: “You are wide open for a lawsuit if a disabled person cannot access your website. You will endure legal fees, plaintiff award fees and then pay to have your website fixed to be ADA compliant.”
In order to ensure website compliance and create a more optimized, effective website, interested parties are encouraged to get in touch. Don’t forget to ask them about the IRS Tax Credit for website compliance.
Full details can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can also find out more at: https://www.digitalintentmarketing.com/local-omni-marketing
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