How to Follow Accessibility Guidelines for Your Web Content

Written By Claiborne Linvill on February 5th, 2020

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) help ensure that website content can be read and understood by people of all abilities, using a variety of tools (think ADA compliance). Read our latest blog to learn the four key principles of WCAG and how to implement them on your own website.
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What Your Business Needs to Do to Comply with the New CCPA

Written By Charles Refshauge on January 22nd, 2020

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020, and while many of our clients do not have California customers, some of our clients’ customers and website visitors will come from California, and those users have the rights afforded to them in their home state. We recommend that all of our clients determine if the CCPA applies to their business. Read our latest blog to learn how ALINE is responding to the CCPA.
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Website ADA Compliance Quick Tips

Written By Drew Refshauge on November 7th, 2019

As the rules of website ADA compliance continue to evolve, it's important to stay up-to-date on the current best practices. Making sure your website meets ADA compliance standards is important, and we've compiled some quick tips for updating the content on your website.
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Website ADA Compliance: What You Need To Know

Written By Drew Refshauge on August 15th, 2019

Just a few years ago, fewer than 900 lawsuits were brought against organizations and businesses alleging that their websites were not in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). That number will approach 3,000 this year and is expected to continue to rise. Does your business have legal exposure?
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Looking Back Over Two Decades In Digital

Written By Will Rothschild on July 8th, 2019

ALINE co-founder Drew Refshauge has more than 20 years experience building websites and developing digital solutions for businesses and organizations.
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ALINE: Helping Websites Live Longer

Written By Drew Refshauge on December 11th, 2018

You made a significant investment in a new website that checks all the boxes. It looks modern and smart, the navigation is intuitive, and it has great content that is pulling in visitors. And not just any visitors — it's attracting your target audience, people who become customers.
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Strategy for your Multi-Channel Majority

Written By Drew Refshauge on March 8th, 2018

“Mobile-first” and “multi-channel majority” are some of the many buzzwords swimming in the Interwebs. Before you drop your marketing strategy to cannonball fully into the mobile-first movement, let’s review how people are using smart phones, tablets and computers.
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Facebook News Feed Changes: Actions you can take now.

Written By Sterling Draper on February 8th, 2018

Facebook’s announcement about News Feed changes has left people experiencing a myriad of emotions from relief and grief, yet for people who depend on their company Facebook page as an outreach, marketing and sales tool, we encourage you not to fear. In this post, we’ll share an overview of the recent changes and what you can do to adjust for the future.
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SEO is Continuous Improvement—Not a Final Destination

Written By Drew Refshauge on October 26th, 2017

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is often confusing or frustrating to people who aren’t practicing it every day. Sometimes I’ve heard SEO talked about like it’s an illusive state of Zen that people want their website to achieve.
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How to Define Your Target Audience

Written By Nicole Cendrowski on June 20th, 2017

During a recent marketing review with a client, their results showed they weren’t reaching female audiences. We asked if this was by design and learned it wasn’t. The client definitely didn’t want to alienate part of their customer base and began adjusting their marketing efforts.
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