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Alessio Madeyski
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Digital strategist - Traveller - Listener
Digital strategist - Traveller - Listener

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We all know linkbuilding can be boring. But sometimes you discover stuff that is beautifully weird. And also works for SEO.
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Annuncio di lavoro. Si richiede "bella presenza". Nel 2016. Per un lavoro di SEO specialist.
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Google direct answer box is fucked up (sometimes). This is what Google is suggesting when searching for "diet coke bad for you". geez....
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So much for "ad-light experience". I just wanted to read something, and instead I was interrupted many times. Here is why Forbes experiment is not working (for me).
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Marketing should stop and look back to find the "next big thing". Inspired by +Mackenzie Fogelson presentation (you should read it), I wrote my 2 cents on why marketers should look back and not always forward. Thanks to my grandmother Silvietta for contributing to the post as well.
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The supreme love is the one you give to people you don't know.
Don't be selfish.
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My xmas letter to recruiters. I still love you guys, but you can do (and be) better.
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La mia letterina di Natale al Premio Strega e al suo sito internet.
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after less than 24 hours, Ed from Time Inc. wrote me an heartfelt email apologizing for the terrible experience I had while subscribing to History of Rock. You can read the experience and the update (and lessons I learnt) below.
Well done Ed, well done Time Inc. This is exactly why I'm doing what I do.
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Here is my experience on trying to subscribe to Uncut's "History of Rock" magazine. No wonder print media is dying. Definitely it was NOT a rock and roll experience.
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