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Case study: advertising B2B maintenance

Case study: advertising B2B maintenance

How is it difficult to advertise maintenance services in B2B? Let's explore this case study and discover secrets and most common mistakes.

Case study: branding and marketing for a magician

Singular case study in the world of illusionism. See how we have created a brand and a web marketing campaign with exceptional results.

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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.
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Tutorials, tips and tricks on JavaScript.
Get the most out of the leading technology for web and application development on the client side.

Published on 5/19/2014
Last update 5/22/2014
Categories: SEO
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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Published on 3/28/2013
Categories: Social Media
How to dramatically increase social media LIKEs to your web site

In this article we're going to talk about content lockers, I'll give you the know-how to create one yourself and at the end you'll have the chance to download the JavaScript/jQuery sources and implement it rapidly.

Content lockers were born as an annoying tool for web marketing affiliations: in a nutshell, if you have a blog followed by a large audience, a franchisor might pay you to partially block contents until the reader performs an action, for example compiling a survey or subscribing to a business newsletter. It 'a hateful practice, but generates discete income for many bloggers.

What I propose you is a soft social media content locker, to use with caution and wisdom.

...read all the article.

Published on 10/28/2012
Last update 3/28/2013
Categories: Web Analytics
Tracking Facebook likes with Google Analytics, the real solution!

Social interaction of your customers are very important to analyze their impact on your conversions.
Reading the official Google Analytics developers guide, the solution seems easy but unfortunately the code doesn't work if you are correctly loading the Facebook SDK asynchronously, that's because may be the the SDK is still loading when you subscribe to the event.

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Published on 12/11/2012
Categories: Web & Apps
ASP.NET 301 permanent redirects: the best solution

Have you changed your domain and don't want to loose your SEO page rankings?
Do you have renamed a page and don't want to return errors to users that have saved a bookmark?
You have to perform a 301 permanent redirect to the new page/site.

There are plenty of methods to perform this, if you Google the question you'll be submerged by the answers.
Curiously the easiest method doesn't come out first.

...read all the article.

Published on 11/22/2012
Categories: Web Design
jQuery: how to throw and handle custom events

We've already seen in a previous article how to manage JavaScript events.
jQuery simplifies but most of all uniforms the JavaScript events engine with 2 simple methods: bind() for events subscription and trigger() to fire them.

Events are not only a prerogative of standard DOM (Document Object Model) objects, your custom objects can throw events too, event if they aren't DOM objects.

...read all the article.

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