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  • Template Calendars and Checklist: Digital Roadmap

    Two sample calendars and a handy checklist to download and help you start your digital roadmap. It's a road trip, and you're in.

  • We had a challenging website build including CRM integration and a reskin part way through to reflect our latest branding. The team handled it all in their stride and were always a pleasure to work with. The final product looks and feels great, works seamlessly with Salesforce and is generating great leads.
    John Ogilvie
    Business Development Manager
  • Terabyte did a fantastic job of helping us revise our online website presence so that it would better cater to the needs of our very diverse audiences who use our website regularly. The Terabyte team can also be commended for delivering us with a complete, refreshed and attractive website within a very short timeframe, even when the project scope expanded considerably from our end. Feedback from our various audiences on the new look website has also been overwhelmingly positive.
    Ariane Adam
    Head of Communications
  • EBook: How to Write an RFP for a Digital Project

    When it comes to choosing a digital agency who will fit your organisation best, it all starts with asking the right questions from the very beginning. Our eBook covers what to include in your RFP or EOI documentation.

  • Terabyte were amazing to work with. We couldn't be happier with the result and the service they provided.
    Cameron Lawrence
    General Manager
  • Inlining Critical CSS: Do We Need to Panic?

    One of the latest “must haves” for website optimisation is inline html for critical css, i.e. content above the fold, or what the user sees first. But is it entirely necessary for everyone?

  • SEO: It's Not a Dark Art

    In this day and age, when an online presence is an essential part of being in business, an increasing number of people are earning a living by selling SEO services. For the uninitiated, that’s Search Engine Optimisation – or in layman’s terms, tweaking the content and code ("meta data”) of your site, and promoting it on other sites, in ways that increase your chances of getting found on Google and other search engines.

  • To Scroll or Not to Scroll ...

    A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, and in the early days of the internet, web design was a slightly different animal. It usually involved a certain amount of friction over who got their content displayed above the fold.

  • Video Content for Web: Are you in?

    Unless you’ve been under a rock lately, you’ll know that video content is on the rise. All signs point to video content gaining traction: this is no longer an emerging trend but a tool which should be seriously considered by anyone concerned with marketing their business digitally.

  • Our relationship with Terabyte started with a trial website project, which also tied in with a new venture for the business. Time was of the essence, with a limited period available to bring the new website to fruition in time for launch. I was blown away by the team's confidence in being able to meet the near-impossible deadline.
    Andrea Albertyn
    Trade Engagement Manager
  • Brand Protection through Domain Registration

    In terms of domain name registration, there was a time when you only needed a couple of domains to protect your brand: mybrand.com and mybrand.co.nz.

  • Click Cannibalisation: Are you Guity?

    We all know that, these days, competition for organic traffic (traffic that lands on your site via unpaid sources) is fierce. There will always be someone doing more to beat you in the search rankings. A simple and effective way to improve your ranking is to pay for AdWords. It’s quick and easy to set up, you can control your expenditure to fit your budget, and sure enough, you start having people click through to your site from the ads you run.

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