Based in Tauranga New Zealand, we are a digital agency specialising in online marketing including affiliate marketing and website management.
Build relationships with industry insiders
Beautiful websites that generate leads and sales
Increase and maintain your search visibility
Paid search with a focus on return on investment
However big or small the project, our development process is always focused around these 5 processes. This process allows for you to interact with us at the key stages throughout the project.
Understand the purpose of the website and how you plan to implement it.
We develop content management systems for clients who need more than just the basics
Once the site is ready, it should be checked and tested to ensure an error free working
After successful testing the product is delivered / deployed to the customer for their use
It is an important step which makes sure that your site works with efficiency all the time
Digital Pie was formed by myself Blair Atkinson after returning from London in 2014. I’ve worked through all sorts of web related job titles over the past 15 years and consider myself to be a bit of a “nerd” in the coolest possible way. While my professional career spans 15 plus years, my passion for the web dates back to the mids 90’s when I first started experimenting with HTML.
I started my professional career after graduating from the University of Waikato with a Bachelor of Electronic Commerce and a Diploma in Marketing in 2004. Working in sales for a Melbourne based hosting company I quickly gained valuable insights into server management, data warehousing and understanding the unique needs of corporate clients.
In 2006 I moved to London and took up a position as a Web Master (how things have changed) for a small online pharmacy startup. Over the next 5 years I crafted my skills taking a hands on approach to learning SEO, paid search and interface design to list just a few. By 2011 the organisation had grown to 100 plus staff and I was appointed as General Manager, a position I held until moving back to New Zealand in 2014.