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Technology: Redefining Language

Written on August 10, 2015 at 4:36 pm by Tamara
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There’s absolutely no doubt that technology has changed the world that we live in – but have you ever stopped to think about how certain terms now mean completely different things? Or techy words that are being phased out?

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Domain Names: Which extension should you register?

Written on August 5, 2015 at 11:01 am by Tamara
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A question we are often asked by people who have recently started a business is: “Do I just need to register the .com.au, or should I get the .com as well?”

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What is a domain squatter?

Written on August 5, 2015 at 10:03 am by Tamara
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We understand that the world wide web is a big, scary thing for most people, so each month we’ll try to take a word, acronym or phrase and explain to you in simple, ‘non-techie’ terms what it all means. This is DBG’s Digital Definition of the Month!

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Google’s Most Notable Algorithm Changes – a visual history

Written on May 18, 2015 at 1:58 pm by Tamara
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Google’s algorithm (the way in which it determines what sites rank higher than others) is made up of over 200 different factors or ‘signals’, and this algorithm often changes more than twice a day! The team over at HubSpot.com have put together a graphic outlining when and why Google has rolled out its more notable algorithm changes…

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New Mobile Website Launch: Statewide Appliance Spares

Written on May 12, 2015 at 3:52 pm by Tamara
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Statewide Appliance Spares have been a client of DBG’s since 2013, when we first launched their completely integrated ecommerce online store. We were lucky enough to recently launch a mobile-friendly website for the business.

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What is a 404 error page?

Written on May 11, 2015 at 5:44 pm by Tamara
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We understand that the world wide web is a big, scary thing for most people, so each month we’ll try to take a word, acronym or phrase and explain to you in simple, ‘non-techie’ terms what it all means. This is DBG’s Digital Definition of the Month!

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How to use your Website as a Customer Service Tool

Written on May 6, 2015 at 5:03 pm by Tamara
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A recent report by ICMI has shown that a large portion of Australians are preferring to go to the web to look for information, before contacting customer service. So how can we provide our customers with the information that they need to solve customer service issues via our websites?

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Google Algorithm Update: Mobile Friendliness is Key

Written on April 14, 2015 at 11:41 am by Tamara
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In quite a landmark move by the search engine giant, an announcement has been made regarding an upcoming change to their algorithm that will negatively affect websites that are deemed not mobile-friendly.

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April Fools’ Day

Written on April 1, 2015 at 9:32 am by Tamara
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Not only is today the first day of the month, it’s the first day of April which means April Fools’ Day. Each year we see many large, public brands enter the pranking fray – and some of them are pretty darn good. Here is a selection of our favourites for 2015.

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What is Google Chrome’s T-Rex?

Written on March 25, 2015 at 9:42 am by Tamara
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We understand that the world wide web is a big, scary thing for most people, so each month we’ll try to take a word, acronym or phrase and explain to you in simple, ‘non-techie’ terms what it all means. This month we haven’t exactly got a word for you…. but we want to explain a little prehistoric feature that appears when your internet connection is lost while using Google Chrome.

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Welcome to the DBG team – Nick & Thomas

Written on March 17, 2015 at 5:14 pm by Tamara
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In March 2015, DBG welcomed two brand new faces to the team in Nick our new Orchard Programmer, and Tom our new LiveCube Support Programmer.

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Using Stock Images on Your Website – the do’s and don’ts

Written on March 17, 2015 at 4:11 pm by Tamara
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Imagery is a very important component of any marketing activity – print advertising, websites, social media, printed brochures, signage… the list goes on. So why do we see so many businesses continue to use terrible stock imagery?

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