How To Improve Your Website’s Accessibility
Accessibility is the practice of identifying and removing obstacles that block users and search engines from being able to use your website. It is important for search engine spiders to be able to crawl your website. If your website is not easily accessible, these spiders cannot do what their job. There are four basic components that factor into this: HTTP Status Code, XML Sitemap and Robots.txt, Website Design, and Site Performance.
1.HTTP Status Code:
HTTP Status Code means there is a problem with a specific URL associated with your website. If we find any 4xx errors, this means that searchers cannot access the content of that URL and the URL needs to be repaired.
2.XML Sitemap and Robots.txt:
XML Sitemap and Robots.txt are critical parts of your company website that help search engines crawl and index the other pages in your website.
Website design is the aesthetic component of your website. Since this is the component of accessibility that most consumers will come into content with, we and Google recommend using a responsive design to make your website look better on multiple devices. This will give you greater control over your website’s content in the long run.
Site Performance is the speed at which your website loads. If your website loads too slowly, visitors will leave and search engines will crawl your website inefficiently. A website that loads faster will capture its visitors and make it possible for search engines to crawl efficiently.
With this information, we can take steps to ensuring the fastest and most efficient accessibility for your company’s website. We can help you to help search engines get the most out of your website. We can help you to help potential customers and website visitors to get the most out of exploring your website.