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SEO Strategies: What works today?

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is something that should be on any marketer or business owner’s mind. It includes many tools and techniques that you can use to get your website to rank higher in search engines.  The way SEO works has changed over time, but there are some SEO strategies that are here to stay. This article will teach you about some common, current strategies for SEO and how they can impact your website’s visibility in search engines. Write high-quality content with users in mind More often than not, when people start diving deep into SEO, they start deviating from…



Should your website be hosted in Australia?

Mar, 16, 2017 | Business Websites, Tips for Hosting, Web Hosting | 1 Comment

Australian businesses have traditionally used Australian web hosting companies as their providers, however in recent years the number of overseas providers have lured many Australian business customers as well as Australian hosting providers to join them. These overseas companies usually entice businesses with significant savings in hosting fees, but this reduction in cost is not all it appears to be and will cost your business more in the long run. Many hosting providers that advertise their service as Australian may actually be hosting their servers overseas. Upon initial review of a website it would not be obvious as these multinational…



Digital Pacific Survey 2015 – The Results

Nov, 08, 2015 | Community, Company News | 0 Comments

The results are in for our annual customer survey and we were astounded with the response! We have read through every entry and will use this information to improve the way we do things at Digital Pacific. We would like to thank everyone that participated for providing us with some of your time in order to make this happen. We’re excited to share the results with you and we’ve put together this infographic: Once again, a big Thank You to everybody that participated in the survey and for providing us with your valuable feedback. Congratulations to Matt from CodeLab on…



SpamExperts: Your Anti-Spam Solution

Aug, 27, 2015 | Email, Online Security | 0 Comments

If you’ve ever owned a computer in the age of email, you’ve undoubtedly encountered spam in some shape or form, whether it’s a simple message, link, or scam. Just the other week, I received a short series of spam emails from a “Svetlana” — you may know her from email titles such as, “let me know your hobbies”, “I think we have the same interests”, and “tell me about yourself”. This is where SpamExperts comes to the table. SpamExperts is expertly designed to rid you and your workplace of those annoying, inbox-cluttering spam, virus, and malware emails so you can…



Digital Pacific Acquires Crucial

Jul, 06, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Leading Australian web hosting provider, Digital Pacific, announced today it has acquired Crucial, one of Australia’s most established hosting providers. Sydney-based Digital Pacific has acquired Crucial in an agreement that will see the two companies merge, still trading separately under the Digital Pacific and Crucial brands. The acquisition brings together two customer-focused, high performance hosting companies, generating significant benefits for the customers of both businesses. Digital Pacific Founder and CEO, Andrew Koloadin, said the announcement is great news for the Australian hosting market. “Our team is very excited for the two businesses to come together. Our stories are quite similar,…



The People Behind Digital Pacific – Meet Mitch

Jun, 30, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments
The People Behind Digital Pacific

Today we are meeting Mitch who works in our Level 2 Support Team. His primary role is to be the point of escalation to our level 1 service desk staff for complex issues and also to monitor and maintain our managed dedicated server and VPS services. Meet Mitch – Level 2 Support   I started my journey with Digital Pacific in 2014 and from day 1, I knew this was not just a job, but a career and a family. Everyone was welcoming, approachable and supportive, even for someone like me who had no knowledge of Web Hosting or even…



The People Behind Digital Pacific – Meet Matt

Jun, 23, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments
The People Behind Digital Pacific

Today we are meeting Matt who works in our Systems Administration Team. He plays a key part in bringing our new products to life and maintaining our infrastructure. Meet Matt – Systems Administrator   While I was finishing my Diploma in Network Engineering, I had started working part-time at Digital Pacific during mid-to-late 2010 in a Customer Service role. After a month of working at Digital Pacific, part-time shifts had turned into full-time shifts and I had deferred studying as I had realised that this was an ideal opportunity for me to establish a solid career with multiple paths for…



The People Behind Digital Pacific – Meet Daniel

Jun, 16, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments
The People Behind Digital Pacific

Today we are meeting Daniel who is our Technical Support Team Leader. His role is to ensure that all of our customers are being supported to the highest standards of customer service.



The People Behind Digital Pacific – Meet Jo

Jun, 08, 2015 | Company News | 0 Comments
The People Behind Digital Pacific

It’s a fact that a company is only as good as its people. In this series we will go behind the scenes at Digital Pacific and speak to some of the people that make us who we are. We hire people that are smart, outgoing, determined and most importantly customer focused. These people are responsible for the astounding customer service culture we have maintained over the last 15 years. Today we are meeting Jo who works in our Technical Operations Team. His primary role is to be the point of escalation to our level 1 and level 2 service desk…



Website Completion Checklist

Mar, 11, 2015 | Web Design, Website Marketing | 0 Comments
Website Completion

The task of building a website isn’t something that should be taken lightly since the very look and functionality of a website provides a big influence on the actions in which your visitors may take. A poorly designed but well functioning website can turn your potential customers away, while an amazingly designed but unusable website can do the same, making it important to create the right kind of balance. However, getting this kind of balance from the word go can be a little tricky and is more often than not addressed once a website has already been developed. It comes…



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