It’s natural to want instant gratification in today’s society. When you want something now – you don’t want to wait in line. You don’t even want to wait for a page to load. That’s why you now only have about 8 seconds to make a digital impression on a future client.
Non-compliance to ADA law can be a costly endeavor for a business looking to improve their digital presence. Since 2017, there has been a 177% increase in website accessibility lawsuits in Federal Court, costing businesses up to millions of dollars in fines and settlements. Websites that have not ensured their compliance to ADA law run a high risk of being sued, making it ever more important to hold ADA compliance in high regard as a website owner or operator.
Two years ago, almost exactly to the day, Governor Jerry Brown signed A.B. 434, the first law to address ADA compliance online. A.B. 434 requires state agencies and state entities to post a certification of compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA,...
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By 2020, online videos will make up more than 80% of all consumer internet traffic. However, if you have been on social media recently, you’ve probably already noticed that video is already taking over your newsfeeds. Facebook and Instagram are focusing more on video, especially with stories and IGTV growing in popularity. To catch up with the trend, Twitter, Pinterest, and even LinkedIn are developing more options for video.
You may find yourself wondering if creating videos to promote your business is really worth it, and it is! Not only is everyone doing it, video is one of the most moldable and profitable digital marketing tools out there.
Social Spice Media gives seven reasons why you should add video into your marketing strategy today:
Social media channels as we know them have been around since the early 2000’s, but their usage has popped from just a few million people in 2005 to more than 2.6 billion people today.
We spend an average of 135 minutes on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and WhatsApp, three of which are owned by Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook.
The best performing tech stocks are colloquially referred to with the acronym “FAANG” (or “FANG”): Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google.
Facebook is also the most popular social media platform today with 2.38 billion users, and Instagram and WhatsApp don’t follow far behind.