The way we communicate in business can either isolate or include. Unfortunately, much of what has been shared has divided and harmed historically marginalized groups but when we become aware and know better, we can do better! This week, episode 127 of the Positively Living Podcast is about accessible and inclusive marketing!
In this episode of the Positively Living Podcast, my guest Meg Brunson helps us become aware of where we might be blocking certain groups of individuals from accessing our content and gives actionable steps you can take right now to make your business world a more accessible, inclusive and welcoming space.
Meg and I cover the following topics:
- What it means to be accessible and inclusive and how they connect with one another.
- 3 simple steps we can take to be more accessible in the online space.
- How your use of emojis can actually be problematic for your posts.
- Creating content for your current AND future audiences.
Accessibility leads to profitability because not only are you appealing to the audience you currently have, you are appealing to the audience you will have in the future and opening a door to a wider audience through accessibility.
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