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Accessibility Is Everyone's Job — Marketing Included

Meryl Evans  (Digital Marketing Professional,, Equal Entry, ProResource and Diamond)

Location: VIRTUAL

Date: Thursday, September 30

Time: 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

Pass Type: Virtual Pass - Get your pass now!

Track: Content Creation & Development

Session Type: Breakout Session

Audience Level: All

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

Track Sponsor

Digital accessibility isn't just the responsibility of the design and production team. It's everyone's job.

WebAIM Million says out of one million sites it evaluated, 97.4% of home pages had detectable accessibility problems.

Inaccessible content affects more than those living with a disability. For instance, when it comes to captioning videos, most people think it's for the Deaf and hard of hearing. But it turns out a lot of people with typical hearing use it.

Besides, anyone can suddenly find themselves needing accessibility. And we all have one thing in common. We're getting older.

Social media networks are slowly integrating more accessible features.

Creating accessible content on websites and social media is easier than you think. It's a matter of knowing what to do. This will show you what to do.


  • Why accessibility matters in content
  • How to optimize content for accessibility
  • How to ensure images, video, and audio are accessible
  • How all this helps search engine optimization (SEO)