Digital Presence launches two game-changing products

With the digisphere ever changing, we here at DP thought we should jump the gun and add a few more epic products to our list. Advertising design for print and web We’re a funny, creative bunch and after much deliberation, we decided to take advantage of our unique flair and launched our creative advertising division […]


How to keep up with industry trends

In some industries change happens as slowly as a sloth climbing a reasonably small tree, in others… well, sometimes, as soon as you get the hang of something, it changes. This is what life is like on the internet. It’s all, “Uh uh, honey, no. You don’t own me!” Basically, the internet changes so fast […]

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Downton Abbey uses publicity faux pas for good

Hot off of the heels of a publicity photo blunder, the cast and crew of Downton Abbey did something amazing to promote the efforts of WaterAid. The blunder: A photo of the The Earl and Lady Edith was released for the launch of the latest season of Downton Abbey. However, a similar, uncropped version of […]

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Women are owning it on social media

The 9th of August marks National Women’s Day in South Africa and we’d like to give a special shout out to all of those remarkable women doing it for themselves! Entrepeneur.com‘s nifty infographic shows that the majority of active users on social media are women. Females are playing increasingly bigger roles on the majority of popular […]


How to not become a meme for bad grammar

Using less than impeccable grammar and language on social media leaves every brand open to scrutiny. It can be the difference between a user following or unfollowing a brand on digital platforms. Also, you don’t want to become one of these memes: Here are our tips for making sure you don’t fall prey to the Grammar […]

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Social media: should you really be posting that update?

Often we find that brands are updating their social media platforms with information that we simply scroll right past. The posts are either too long winded or simply don’t interest us, and sometimes the posts are clearly not in line with said brands. Our question is: was it worth it? More often than not, once […]

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Could social media solve world hunger?

Could social media solve world hunger? We don’t know, but what Virgin Mobile Australia and OzHarvest are doing is definitely a step in the right direction. Watch the video below to see what we’re on about. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwLMW2Ii-G0] “I’m very proud to be helping launch #mealforameal, a wonderful new initiative from Virgin Mobile Australia’s partnership with […]

Facebook toys with emotions

Facebook toys with users’ emotions

We read an article on the New York Times site that can cause either an uproar or be interpreted as possibly one of the most powerful studies yet – especially for those of us in the industry of digital media. In a controversial paper, a Facebook researcher,  Adam D. I. Kramer, led an academic study with two counterparts […]