Tel Aviv, Israel, January 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — AccessibilityChecker.org, the leading web accessibility knowledge center, has published the results of a study examining the relationship between web accessibility and search engine optimization (SEO). A study entitled “”Does web accessibility have a positive impact on SEO? A data-driven studyWe used data from Semrush and BuiltWith to analyze the correlation between accessibility and SEO.
The study found that websites that fully comply with web accessibility guidelines are more likely to rank higher in search engine results. The research team analyzed data from 847 of his websites before and after being made accessible and compliant, and found that organic search traffic tended to increase by an average of 12% after accessibility improvements.
“Our research shows that web accessibility is not only important for people with disabilities, but also has a positive impact on SEO.” Danny Trictor, co-founder of Accessibility Checker. “A website that is fully accessible to all users, including those with disabilities, is more likely to appear higher in search engine results. I have.”
AccessibilityChecker.org urges business owners to prioritize web accessibility not only to improve SEO, but to provide an inclusive and fair user experience for all visitors. The organization offers a variety of free tools, such as automated accessibility tests and color-contrast compliance checkers, along with expert guides to help users on their digital girlfriend’s accessibility journey.
For more information about this research, see Accessibility Checker. website.
For more information on US accessibility laws, see: ADA compliance.
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