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Is your website Accessible and ADA compliant?

Beyonce looking unsure

Beyoncé was sued last year for not having an accessible website!

The Americans with Disabilities Act (the “ADA”) was signed into law in 1990. Websites that are not accessible to the blind or visually impaired are in violation of Title III of the ADA, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in “places of public accommodation.” 42 U.S.C. § 12182(a).

Your website needs to be easy to read and understand across devices for all people. I think this is a great idea regardless of the law!
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The Importance of Website Backups

Having a hacked website is not something you want to experience. Website backups are crucial for recovering your website from a security incident. They’re not a replacement for having a website security plan, but backups allow you to quickly recover your website and get back to business.

A good backup solution includes the following:
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Is Mobile-First Indexing Enabled for Your Website?

Mobile-first indexing

What does that even mean?

If you have a Google Search Console account you may of gotten an email in the past week or two saying that mobile-first indexing is now enabled for your website. That’s great! If you didn’t get an email, that’s ok too. You might not have a Search Console account associated with your email or Google hasn’t gotten to your site yet.
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