Accessibility

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IDXBoost welcomes your suggestions and comments about improving ongoing efforts to increase the accessibility of this website.

Accessibility Resources for Developers, Document Authors, and Contractors

Social Security Administration software developers and electronic content authors use a variety of accessibility guides and training materials to make the content provided on ssa.gov accessible. SSA makes these resources available as a public service to assist anyone interested in developing and authoring accessible electronic content.
Install ANDI

ANDI, the Accessible Name & Description Inspector is a lightweight accessibility tool you can use to check for 508 compliance as you design and develop web applications.

Installation is as easy as adding a favorite or bookmark.

ANDI is a simple interface that:

  • Automatically detects potential accessibility issues.
  • Discovers what a screen reader should say.
  • Suggests ways to improve accessibility.
  • Uses a design method that simplifies complex W3C specifications.

Alternative text can be applied to images, charts, diagrams, buttons, and other interface elements to convey information and purpose textually. Problems occur when alternative text is written incorrectly, confuses users, or does not provide the correct context. While the creation of alternative text is not an exact science, SSA strives to provide meaningful alternative text by following the practical guidance contained in this comprehensive reference guide.

Download Guide

On ssa.gov, the agency aims to provide an accessible HTML equivalent of all electronic documents provided on the site. In situations where this is not possible, the agency's goal is to provide each electronic document in an accessible format. Whereas the Section 508 accessibility standards currently do not provide specific technical guidance on what constitutes an accessible electronic document, the agency uses the following guides to author and test Word, PowerPoint, Excel and PDF documents for accessibility.

Social Security Administration applies the Section 508 standards and other accessibility terms and conditions when we purchase information technology and communications products and services. The following information is provided to assist prospective vendors with responding to solicitations and with product design and development activities.

Contractor Resources

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  • Why do I need to niche within my market?

    Our custom market research is crucial for launching your real estate brand and increasing your sales. It will help you to close on your ideal high-potential niche market so you can invest your budget in a tactical way, and build your website with the purpose of engaging with that specific audience.

  • Why do I need a branded website?

    A branded real estate website will let you bring your brand to life online, and represent all that it has to offer and the values that it holds dear. With IDXBoost Website Builder, you can have an advanced branded website with exclusive personalization and offer a tailored experience to your online visitors.

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    To start getting online traffic you need to build an infrastructure that serves as the backbone of your real estate brand, connect all your Social Media platforms and create high-quality content for your visitors. Implementing a proven digital marketing strategy will help you maximize your brand’s visibility online and stand out from the crowd.

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    Usually, this is an issue of attracting the wrong audience, or you could have data and website errors. You could have tons of people visiting your real estate website online (quantity), but it’s also crucial to attract the right leads (quality). You need to focus on attracting people interested in buying or selling their homes within your local market. You can achieve this by implementing IDXBoost battlefield-tested strategies, specially designed for you to attract people who are likely to hire your real estate services and be long-term customers. Part of these strategies includes creating high-quality content to engage your specific audience, improving your social media presence, and creating segmented lists.

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    If your online visitors never come back to your real estate website it means you need to strengthen your return and nurturing strategy. IDXBoost offers proven digital marketing strategies so you can create an exceptional experience for your leads (according to their needs) and build lasting relationships with them, even after the transaction is closed.

  • Why do I need to work on my brand’s authority?

    Once you’re already attracting the right people to your website and converting more leads into prospects, then it’s time for your real estate business to gain authority within the local market. This is important because dominating your niche area and being recognized as a loyal and trustworthy real estate professional will help you locally establish the cycle of buyers and sellers.

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