What’s up, Cape Town? hosts online press offices for Cape Town businesses that would like to extend their online presence beyond their normal reach.
Recommended read: What a press office is and why your business might need one.
Additional benefits of having your press office hosted on What’s up, Cape Town? include:
- Our site visitors and Facebook followers become aware of your brand.
- Through regular blog posts on the What’s up, Cape Town? platform, you’re able to establish yourself as an authority in your niche.
- Because we take away the admin, you can concentrate on the more urgent aspects of your business.
Please check out our FAQs for more information, links to working demos, and our launch offer.
In addition to hosting your content, each profile and blog post will be shared on the What’s up, Cape Town? Facebook page with targeted advertising to those interested in your product offering.
No, you simply send us the content and we’ll manage it on your behalf.
It’s all yours. We’re just the platform for hosting your articles, blog posts, videos, special offers, contests, free downloads, quizzes, surveys, and news.
No problem! Let your press office serve as your website in the meantime.
Additional services, such as online content creation, including logos, videos, photography, graphics, copywriting, and additional marketing campaigns, will be quoted seperately.
The basic subscription comes with 12 blog posts. You decide whether to use them up in one month or one year! You can purchase additional “credits” for more frequent posts.
Here is a quick website owner’s checklist for optimal website performance. If you score 6 or more then you probably don’t need us to help you manage your web presence and online marketing. But then again, it depends on which 6.
- Does your website have an SSL certificate installed?
- Does it perform well on speed performance tests, such as www.gtmetrix.com?
- Is Google Analytics tracking what works for your website and what doesn’t?
- Are you using Google Tag Manager for better insights?
- Is your site’s content fresh and relevant to help improve Search Engine Optimisation?
- Do your links look aesthetically appealing when shared on social media?
- Do you perform regular maintenance on your website to ensure plugins and components are updated and compliant?
- Do you keep abreast of Internet marketing trends, rules, and regulations, for example, Google algorithm changes?
- Is your website getting regular traffic?
- Are your website visitors converting into subscribers or buyers?
Before getting into costs, let’s first look at the value: What a press office is and why your business may need one.