“I have a website, but I’m not making any sales or attracting new customers” - Most small businesses realise that digital is a big component of their sales and marketing, unfortunately around 80% of them believe that having a website is enough. Whilst a website is crucial, marketing your business online is something small businesses... Continue Reading →
My slides from tonight's WordPress Cape Town meetup.
Brand Candy is owned and run by Richard Burgess and Janet Hancock. Amongst running the digital strategies of their clients, they have been up-skilling business owners and their teams on all things digital marketing since 2014. Their courses were borne out of a need for business owners to have a better understanding of how the... Continue Reading →
With 14 weeks to go till WordCamp Cape Town 2017 I'm starting to feel that combination of excited anticipation and nervousness that goes along with planning such an event. Today I'm happy to announce that two very important pieces of the WordCamp puzzle have slotted into place, the availability of WordCamp Tickets and the Call... Continue Reading →
When I joined @hlashbrooke in planning WordPress meetups I was full of vim and vigour to organise more meetups. I had just come from my first WordCamp and I was super excited to help the community grow. Sadly since then I have only managed to either plan or attend two meetups. Work, life, family,... Continue Reading →
It is with great excitement that I announce that the WordCamp Cape Town 2017 call for volunteers and speakers is now officially open! Every year, local and national WordPress users volunteer their time to help make WordCamp Cape Town happen. Our volunteers help manage the venue and keep the event running smoothly, while our speakers provide... Continue Reading →
New Year, new resolutions, new WordCamp. While it is still months away, the time has come to start planning the WordCamp Cape Town 2017 and we're looking for people to be part of the organising team. If you were on the team last year, your experience and knowledge would not only be greatly appreciated but... Continue Reading →
Saturday 12 November 2016 was the second WordPress Global Translation Day. It was my first event, not only as translator but also as co-event host. I was a little nervous as I would also mostly be meeting the attendees for the first time, so I had no idea how things would go down. Fortunately the WordPress... Continue Reading →