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Every business has its own needs. At AudioEye, we are here to help unlock additional revenue opportunities by creating accessible experiences for your prospective customers, all while assisting you on your path to compliance.
Frequently Asked Questions
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The answer depends on your website pageview count. Our plans come in four sizes: Simple, Advanced, Premier, and Enterprise.
- Simple is great for smaller websites, just starting out. If you receive around 10,000 pageviews per month, or 120,000 pageviews per year, this is a great starting point.
- Advanced is best suited for complex sites with growing traffic—around 100,000 pageviews per month, or 1,200,000 pageviews per year.
- Premier is for business sites reaching scale. If your website receives around 1,000,000 pageviews per month, or 12,000,000 pageviews per year, you’ll need to select our Premier plan.
Simple, Advanced, and Premier all give you certified compliance and access to our robust digital accessibility solution.
If you want completely custom services, support, and legal consultation—or if your website receives more than 1,000,000 pageview counts a month—Enterprise is the best option. You can reach out to our team to help create the perfect plan to support your business.
Yes! AudioEye certifies digital accessibility compliance with all of our plans. Our advanced AI and certified experts monitor your site for WCAG errors, fixing any issues we find, and manually testing our remediations with assistive technology (AT) to ensure the accessibility issues were fixed! With this level of work, and service, we certify our customers, providing them legal documentation, should they face a lawsuit or receive a legal demand letter.
Yes! Once you quickly insert our risk-free line of code, our Usability Toolbar appears on your website. From there, your end-users can customize the look of your website to best suit their needs. For example, they can change the contrast, the visual focus, pause animation, change the font, and more. The Usability Toolbar is robust, but it’s important to remember, a toolbar on its own does not make your website accessible.
The answer varies by industry. Many organizations are required by law to make their digital content accessible. For others, Courts are overwhelmingly ruling in favor of accessibility. So, while the rule of law can be confusing, there's no question an accessible site reduces legal risk and opens a business to a larger consumer base.
AudioEye tests against W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2 success criteria for levels A and AA. Our goal is to help customers achieve WCAG 2.2 AA conformance, which is the international industry standard.
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