Kris Rivenburgh's ADA Book tells you how to reduce your risk of receiving an ADA website compliance demand letter
When you buy The ADA Book today, you also get the following bonuses included FREE:
Q: How does this work?
A: Once you click the buy button, you will be taken to a Paypal checkout page. After you successfully purchase The ADA Book, you will be sent an email (to the email address you used on Paypal) within 1-2 minutes containing a download link to the book + how to access your bonuses (check your junk/spam folder if you don't see the email). You will be able to immediately read the book after purchase.
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Q: How can this book help me?
A: Settlements from demand letters typically start at $5,000 and go up to $50,000 - and, yes, this includes small businesses. By following the material in The ADA Book, you can dramatically reduce your chances of receiving a demand letter or being sued for having an inaccessible website.
The ADA Book will also save you hours of time in figuring out 1) the legal landscape, 2) where and how to start making your website accessible, and 3) the chronological order of action (this can prevent a lawsuit!).
Q: How long does The ADA Book take to read?
A: Approximately one hour and ten minutes.
Q: Is The ADA Book hard to read?
A: No. Kris has written both the legal and technical components in simple, easy to understand plain English.
Q: What is the price?
A: The ADA Book is on sale for $295 right now. By buying today, you can lock in a discount. Kris plans to increase the price to $399 and then $499.
Q: Who is Kris Rivenburgh?
A: Kris is an attorney and ADA website compliance and accessibility consultant. Kris has thoroughly researched both the legal (Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act) and the technical (WCAG 2.0 AA) side of compliance/accessibility.
Q: Will Kris help me respond to a demand letter/lawsuit?
A: No. Kris will not represent or assist you legally. However, Kris does list three law firms who defend clients against ADA website compliance claims in his book.
Q: What does free updates for one year mean?
A: ADA website compliance law and accessibility are evolving at a rapid pace which means Kris will need to update this book multiple times. As a buyer of the book, you can opt-in to receive all updates for FREE for one year after purchase. Kris will send a reader friendly summary of the updates (vs. having to re-read the entire book again).
Q: What is the homepage highlight audit?
A: Kris will personally scan your homepage and send you a one-page report highlighting the big-ticket inaccessible items you need to address on your homepage. This free audit service is limited to the first 25 purchases.
Q: What is the free 15 minute accessibility consultation?
A: Kris will personally consult with you for 15 minutes about accessibility. You are welcome to prepare questions to ask Kris or you can also request that Kris go through a live audit of your website with you. This free 15 minute consultation is only for the first 25 purchases.
Q: What is the ADA Newsletter?
A: An email newsletter that keeps you up to date on everything happening in web accessibility. Easy to read and understand and never contains fluff. Content includes pertinent lawsuits, ADA web compliance legal updates, accessibility product/service reviews, examples of accessible websites, how much lawsuits are settling for, what vendors are charging, and other practically helpful info. Emails are sent once a month + whenever critical news may strike.
Eliminate the hassle of sifting through boring articles to try and stay on top of updates and get all of your information in one drop.
This is an essential newsletter for any business owner, executive, director, or web accessibility coordinator. You get 2019 free when you purchase The ADA Book.
Q: What is the money-back guarantee?
A: There is no risk to buying The ADA Book. If you are unsatisfied with the material, you can get a full refund within 60 days of purchase so long as you did not redeem a bonus consultation or highlight audit.
Q: How can I contact Kris?
A: You can email email@example.com. There is also a live chat box on the right side of this page. If Kris is available, you can chat with him.
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