How To Create a Favicon.ico

Apr, 30, 2009 | Webmaster | 1 Comment

Part of the branding process for a popular website involves having a recognisable image, whether that be through a logo design or website theme and colour scheme. You might even notice when navigating your bookmarks or browser tabs that many websites, like Twitter and Digital Pacific, have that ever-so-tiny favicon.ico image present. Favicon.ico actually stands for favourite icon, and now you can make your own, further pushing your own brand, by following these simple steps. Step 1: Create a tiny image, 16 x 16 pixels to be exact. Yes, it is tiny, so make it as simple as possible while…



Five Reasons Why Blogs Benefit Businesses

Apr, 24, 2009 | Website Marketing | 1 Comment

The idea of possessing a blog, originally thought of as merely an online diary, has become more and more important in the business world for use as a web marketing tool. That’s right – Business owners are taking it to the streets (well… to the virtual streets) and finding that blog use has benefited them. Because of this fact, Digital Pacific has put together a list of five reasons why blogs should be incorporated into your business plan. 1. Search engines love new information. A huge reason that business owners are taking the time to blog about it all –…



Twitter Buzz

Apr, 20, 2009 | Twitter | 0 Comments

Finally, Digital Pacific has joined the ever-growing group of businesses taking advantage of Twitter.  To receive updates on latest DP news, products, and just plain bits of life from around the office, add @DigitalPacific to your friends list. New to Twitter? You’ve probably heard all about it from one person or another by now – a business partner, a friend, or maybe even your mum – and have finally decided to create your own user name.  Don’t just let it sit there.   Use those tweets (update messages) and your Twitter profile to your advantage.  Here’s a brief run-down of how…



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