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Milano Design Week 2017, Design Districts

Milano Design Week 2017, Design Districts

Ventura Lambrate and Tortona, here are the best creations that we discovered in the 2 districts of the Fuorisalone Milan Design Week 2017.

How to design a FAKE B2C brand for a real B2B service

Interesting case study where to advertise B2B services we created a fake B2C product in a guerrilla marketing campaign.

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Lazy loading and the SEO problem, solved!

Lazy loading and the SEO problem, solved!

The best SEO solution to index your dynamically loaded contents, no more compromises!

Case study: TAV Engineering, branding for B2B services

How to create a brand that keeps distance from the cold and aseptic image of the metal industry, focusing instead on the human aspect.

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Mental marketing secret #1: the fake compromise

Mental marketing secret #1: the fake compromise

Can mentalism influence marketing? As a marketing professional and a long term magician, I will reveal you some tricks.

How to dramatically increase social media LIKEs to your web site

Here's a free download that I created some time ago. It's a good tool for increasing engagement, but use with caution.
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Published on 8/6/2015
Last update 1/5/2017
Tags: Cloud, Blog
Irritated by your blog performance? Boost it using the cloud!

Often you will find on the web articles that emphasize the benefits of having a fast blog, both for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and to provide a satisfying experience to visitors. The conclusion to which these articles come is that you have to look for a good quality hosting provider. This conclusion is frequently wrong!

In this article I will show you various solutions to switch your blog to a more modern configuration, experiencing performance that you did not think it can get. And do you want to know an interesting news? These solutions may cost less than what you spend today.

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Published on 12/19/2015
How to skip the CDN during ASP.NET development
CDNs (Content Delivery Networks) are great to speed up website performances, but they are a mess when you are testing your website on your development machine.
Another problem may arise if you want to change your CDN to another one. Do yoy have to replace all URLs in all your pages?
In this article I'll show you a clever and definitive solution to avoid hardcoding the CDN URLs in your HTML markup.

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How to make your website look great on social media

Posting links on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc..) its a daily practice, usually blog articles, new products or a description of your professional services.
The problem is that often these links look graphically disappointing, so they catch very few visitors.

I promise you that after reading this article the appearance of your links will no longer be left to chance, you will have full control over the images and descriptive texts.

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Published on 7/31/2014
How to fix your ASP.NET site to be responsive on Windows Phone

There is a well-known bug on Internet Explorer 10 for WIndows Phone 8 that avoids responsive web sites to display correctly. The cause is that Internet Explorer 10 doesn't differentiate device width from viewport width, and thus doesn't properly apply the media queries in your favorite responsive CSS framework.
You can find many fixes on the client side, but if you're using ASP.NET, you have the chance to fix it server side with only few lines of code.

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Published on 5/19/2014
Last update 5/22/2014
Lazy loading and the SEO problem, solved!

Lazy loading applied to a web page is an excellent technique when all contents aren't immediately visible and you want to speed up page rendering.
A perfect candidate for this method are image galleries with many items, only the first image is visible when the page loads, other images will be visible only if the user decides to browse them.
This technique sounds great, but has a big SEO problem: search engine crawlers does not execute scripts, they only analyze HTML markup, so all the code that renders images dynamically is totally ignored along with images and captions.

Here're four solutions and, as often happens, the best is the last one.

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