Website Development for People with Disabilities

Meriah Nichols Website Development for People with Disabilities Start Your Own BlogWebsite Development for People with Disabilities

No two ways around it; website development for people with disabilities – knowing how to set up your own website – is a form of freedom.

You can create your own portfolio, online resume – you can showcase your talent, present your opinions and make money. For us especially in the disability community, it is a means of disability empowerment. This is because (as I expand on in this post), if you can build your own site, you are building your own platform. When you have your own platform, you can sell, say, advocate, create and commune whatever you want.

For us, rather than needing to seek permission from an agency or hope our spoons will last through an interview, we can actually create a site whereby we can sell what we make, we can connect with others, work online, generate income.

Start Your Own Blog!

I’ve been blogging for over 10 years now (gasp!) and want to share some of the things I’ve learned along the way. That includes how to set it up, how to understand WordPress, what ads and sponsored posts mean and how to make money from it all if that’s what you want. Plugins. Social media. How to tap into all of it.

Below are all of the posts that I’ve written about wordpress, website development and starting your own blog. Click on “load more” for more posts – it’s set to show only 3 posts to keep this site running fast, so be sure to click “load more” or use the search feature in the top right hand corner to look for something in particular.

Join the Facebook disabled bloggers community – it’s a great place to connect with other bloggers from our niche and share what you are writing and working on. We also have group boards on Pinterest, so holla!

The Best Planner for a Blogger

This is a review post of Erin Condren Teacher's Deluxe Planner, used for blogging purposes. I was given the planner to review, but all opinions are my own. There are affiliate links in this post. As a mom, a blogger and as a person with traumatic brain injury (TBI), I am constantly looking out for

Why I Switched from Bluehost to Siteground

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The Truth About How Ads, Sponsored Posts & Reviews Work

The intention of this post is to equip the reader with a better understanding of what ads and sponsored content are all about, and how they compare with affiliate links in terms of making money from your blog. This post is written with disability in mind: it's by a deaf blogger and for other bloggers

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