Cape Town 2012
Wordcamp Cape Town | Event, ±22 min episodes total time 5 hr 32 min
The fourth Cape Town Wordcamp, held at the Kirstenbosch Old Mutual conference centre, drew more than 300 WordPress hackers, fans and CMS curious. Listen to all the action here or get more information on the homepage - http://2012.capetown.wordcamp.org/ -
mxPress is an Open Source plugin that gives you the ability to integrate WordPress as an App on Mxit. A case study that embodies the pioneering spirit of WordPress and Open Source at large.
How do you make your website work for you? You have the audience, but your website does not generate sales or leads. This session will discuss strategies and techniques to monetize your website.
What is the common factor shared by successfull teams, individuals, entrepreneurs, leaders, visionaries, programmers and disrupters. Roed is excited to share his findings.
Social media is finding it’s roll in a broader digital marketing strategy, but does it affect SEO at all? Neil Pursey will discuss his research around this topic and help you grow.
Find Site Performance from the server to WordPress. A look at how some good performance gains can be made in tuning MySQL and APC and getting the most of out W3 Total Cache.
WordPress is a part of many modern businesses, as either the platform for their web presence and marketing, their development platform or sales channel. As amazing as WordPress is, you need more than a WordPress website to start, run and grow a successful business. Many startups fail and not every great idea is destined to be transformed into a profitable business. Our panel will discuss how they started, funded and managed their businesses from startup idea to successful enterprise. Mark Forrester, Mark Henderson, Riaan Knoetze, Allen Jaffe, Ashley Shaw (Moderator)