Your website’s performance depends on the content you publish and the way it helps the visitors. By creating publishing fresh and useful content, you can continue to generate more leads.

Content Marketing Institute’s Lisa Dougherty has shared 14 useful tips to help you improve your website content for the screen readers.

She says, “Is your blog functionally inclusive?

I’m working with the CMI team to improve this blog.

Recently, Melissa Eggleston pointed out some problem areas that make the blog hard to read for people who are visually impaired. Though the fixes have been on my radar, her note pushed them to the top of my to-do list.

I started digging through the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. The WCAG documents explain how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

The first topics we’re working on are the elements important to screen readers – the text-to-speech software that gives voice to your text, images, buttons, etc.

Given the increasing use of voice technology – Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s voice search, etc. – adapting your content for screen readers is a smart step. It helps those with visual impairments and anyone in your audience who uses voice technologies”.

Tips to Improve Website Content for Screen Readers

Content Marketing Institute

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