Green Dot Cars Website Design

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Posted On 16th January 2021

The Client – Green Dot Cars:

Green Dot Cars‘ goal is to give you an interactive tour of their inventory, as well as allow you to conveniently get a quote, or apply for financing. The search for a luxury car is filled with high expectations. Undoubtedly, that has a lot to do with the vehicles you are considering, but at Green Dot Cars, they think that you should also have pretty high expectations for your dealership. They go through extensive factory training so that they may provide you with the knowledge you need to make an educated decision in choosing the vehicle that is right for your lifestyle. Stress-free finance department and a robust selection of popular vehicles trusted by a community.

The Project:

Versys Media was tasked to design a website for Green Dot Cars that not only allowed them to sell vehicles online, but that would allow them to receive regular traffic through advanced SEO tactics. Currently Green Dot Cars is the Number 1 vehicle dealership in Randburg.


Included in the SEO package was:

– Page Speed Increase using advanced minifying tactics (HTML / Javascript / CSS) along with caching

– Sitemap Creation

– Title and Meta tag setup

– Page markup for rich snippets

– Robots.txt setup with advanced search engine rules

– Google Analytics and Search Console setup

– Keyword Analysis

– Search Intent Analysis

– URL Optimisation

– Internal Linking Setup

– Copywriting

– Crawl Error Management

– Mobile-Friendly Optimisation

– Configuring HTTPs redirects

– Blog writer outreach


Written by David Hunt - Website Designer

"David is a passionate web and app developer with 15+ years of experience having worked on nearly 600 websites and apps for local and international SMEs and corporations. We're happy to have David with us as one of our lead developers"

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