Early last year I declared my intention to combine two passions â€“ my love for blogging as a way for communicating and sharing and my experience and expertise in the field of web accessibility â€“ to assist bloggers in creating blogs accessible to everyone.
I did write several posts here on blog accessibility. However, I was continually torn between risking driving away my non-bloggy readers and not developing the topic in enough detail to build a following in that area. The topic desperately needed its own space.
I did what almost any blogger in a similar situation would doâ€¦last month I launched Blog Accessibility where I can completely dive into the topic, explore it in depth and really serve those bloggers who want to make their blogs accessible to people with disabilities.
This week I began a post series entitled â€œThe 7 Sins of Inaccessible Blogsâ€ and Iâ€™ve relaunched Blog Accessibility Mastermind. If youâ€™re curious how to make your blog accessible to people with disabilities who have $175 billion in discretionary spending power in the United States alone, please join me over at Blog Accessibility.
For those of you who have no interest in techy, bloggy stuff, have no fear! This blog isnâ€™t going anywhere â€“ Iâ€™ll still be blogging here too. If you have any burning questions Iâ€™ve yet to address on this blog, ask awayâ€¦If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a cafe mocha. Thanks kindly.