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Some Important Questions And Answers
ADA Website Compliance can be very complicated and very costly exercise. Normally speaking converting your website into ADA compliant can cost anywhere between $3000 and $50000, depending on the size of your website.
Not to mention the initial audit which can range anywhere between $1500 and $10000.
On top of it the required maintenance can set you back $500-$1000 every month. This is simply not affordable for hundreds of millions of websites. Yet it’s the law that all websites must be ADA compliant.
To solve this enormous problem, we have created ADA SMART Artificial Intelligence based software which reduces the cost drastically, and makes it affordable for any website owner.
Monthly charges start at $27 for 100% managed service which includes ADA compliance and monthly maintenance. To make it no-brainer the initial audit fee of $1500 is waived.
So don’t procrastinate, order ADA SMART service now, and stop greedy lawyers sucking your bank account dry.
DO I Need ADA Compliance
Websites that engage in any sort of commercial activity or have references to products and services sold need to be accessible online.
Your website should be accessible to everyone, regardless of ability.
This is non-negotiable and if you ignore this fact, you could face severe financial consequences in the form of a lawsuit you are sure to lose.
What Is ADA Compliance
The ADA Standards for Accessible Design, also known as ADA compliance, requires that all electronic information and technology be accessible to those with disabilities.
In other words, your website needs to be usable by people with disabilities.
Benefits Of ADA Compliance
Besides preventing being sued for thousands of Dollars, here are some additional benefits:
1. Helps reach a larger audience: Did you know that approximately 15% of the world’s population is disabled? That’s over one billion people!
In USA, there are almost 40 million disabled people. If your website is not ADA compliant, then you’re excluding a huge potential audience!
2. Rank higher in search engine: Websites that make it easier for people who have impairments such as blindness, difficulty hearing, and difficulty seeing are usually ranked higher by search engines.
This is because these websites have implemented technologies such as screen readers, machine-readable text, and captioning.
3. Positive online reputation: Potential customers with disabilities who visit your website are likely to be impressed with its easy accessibility as compared to websites that are not ADA compliant.
And they may recommend your services to friends and family or provide favorable online reviews that help boost your online reputation.
4. Get more conversions: Creating an easily navigable website is important for all users, but it is especially important for those with disabilities.
If potential customers with disabilities can easily find what they are looking for on your website, they are more likely to convert, leading to increased business for your products or services.