Birmingham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 25, 2013 -- A leading Birmingham web design company this week announced it had extended its training services to cope with extra demand. Opace is a leading Birmingham web design and social media agency.
David Bryan, founder and MD, said this week "We have extended our training services to meet growing demand. We have always offered training in areas such as SEO, website design and open source CMS platforms such as Joomla web design and Magento. Now we have added training packages to cover topics such as social media marketing, content marketing and blogging - all areas where businesses are beginning to understand they need to do more but don't feel they have the knowledge or expertise."
Social media is playing a larger role for most SMEs and smaller websites because Google is increasingly looking to the amount of sharing and engagement occurs on a website. This has encouraged many businesses to set up Facebook, Google+ and Twitter accounts. However, many businesses are bewildered about the techniques of engagement, and this is where experts like Opace can help.
Founded in 2008 with the aim of delivering exceptional web and internet marketing solutions that deliver tangible results for their clients, Opace has grown to a team of twelve experienced consultants who deliver creative web-based marketing solutions that have helped their clients develop their organisations, make the most of new technologies and web marketing opportunities.
David continued "We develop bespoke packages which reflect the customer's market sector, their inhouse levels of experience and support and we try to focus practical and business-focussed activities that will bring benefits to the company in a relatively short period of time."
"Training sessions have ranged from one-to-one refresher courses to delivery company-wide workshops and seminars. Each company is unique so we try to structure a unique training session, and that can incorporate many areas that the company feels need improving. With reference to social media, companies are more interested in how, when and what to post rather than the more theoretical aspects of social media."
Full details of Opace's training and other services can be found on the company's website at http://www.opace.co.uk.