Sponsor Spotlight: WebSEO

Web SEO Services is a Cape Town based Online Marketing and SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) Company. They work with companies of all sizes and develop an online strategy that will keep them in touch with their customers. Currently they serve customers across South Africa and Africa.

We use WordPress for the development of all of our blogs as well as most websites that require a CMS due to its ease of use and how customisable it is.


Why WordPress?

WordPress has great plugins and is very user friendly and easy for clients to use as well.

Why did you decide to get involved and sponsor WordCamp Cape Town 2012?

We are looking to create brand awareness for Web SEO and see Wordcamp as a great opportunity for this.

What are your thoughts on the WordPress community as a whole? And the South African WP community?

The SA WordPress community has grown tremendously since the 1st WordCamp we attended, I think this is also due to the growth WordPress has shown as well.

What are you most looking forward to at WordCamp Cape Town?

Meeting up with old friends and learning more about the SEO side of WordPress

Please share one WP tip

The first plugin that must be installed and setup correctly is Yoast SEO.

Tell us more about how you became interested in WordPress, what about it drives your continued interest?

Ease of use and how open source the code is. Pretty much anything can be done with WordPress.

Do you make money from wordpress?

Yes by designing websites and blogs using WordPress.

Are you going to give away any prizes at the event, what sort of goodies can the attendees expect?

We are prepared to give away a full SEO Analysis of a website valued at R1500.

Is WordPress an effective platform for getting your message across?

Yes, definitely.

Where do you feel you can make a difference at WordCamp and why?

Offer SEO advice on how people can ensure that their websites are SEO friendly and that they gain the most from Google for a well designed WordPress website.

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