• http://twitter.com/cindy_leonard Cindy Leonard

    An important thing to note, if one decides to do a welcome page with a single image, is to be sure to add the code that provides screen reader software with the ALT text for the image. This is good accessibility practice and doesn’t take a whole lot of time.

    Not to pick on the Dog Bless You welcome page, but it’s a good example. The ALT text on the image is “Photobucket” which isn’t descriptive of the content. A person using screen reading software won’t “get” the text/photo content or the emotional response that the photo conveys. The ALT text should be descriptive of the content, including emotions to be conveyed.

    A tutorial (single line of code) is here: http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/images/_IMG_ALT.html

    • http://www.socialmedia.biz/ JD Lasica

      Cindy, thanks for pointing that out. It’s such an important point, and so many people don’t bother. They should.

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  • http://twitter.com/cindy_leonard Cindy Leonard

    Thanks for this info, by the way – very helpful!!

  • http://www.butterknife-marketing.com Avi Kaye

    1. Absolutely agree with Cindy – alt text is important (good practice for SEO, as well) :)

    2. You can go the other way – instead of using your Facebook Fan page as a way to draw people to your site, just bring your site to them, by adding it to your Facebook page as a tab (MyWebees does exactly that, and it’s free too http://bit.ly/mywebees_app)

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    thanks for sharing this face book video. i will try it for our website. we are branded company , 10 years old. i want to make face book look high. thanks for sharing this..

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    thank u for info

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