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Dice App: what is it, how it works and the fight against secondary ticketing

A novelty in the field of mobile ticketing has landed in our digital reality. We’re talking about Dice, the new platform dedicated exclusively to events and concerts. There are already many other tools to buy tickets online, that is true, but Dice presents interesting new features that no other platform offers. But how does it work? What are the benefits it offers? In this article we have tried to analyse all its features, also taking a look at the phenomenon of secondary ticketing and how Dice proposes to fight it.

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Did Coca-Cola Invent Santa Claus?

One of the most iconic figures of the Christmas time is undoubtedly Santa Claus, the chubby and likeable man who delivers gifts to children around the world every year on a sleigh. Although Santa Claus is loved and appreciated globally, few know his true identity, his story and the reason why he is often associated with one of the most important companies in the world: Coca-Cola. We will delve into the whole story of Santa Claus in this article.

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Duolingo and gamification as the key to success

With 37 million active users per month in 2021, Duolingo is one of the most popular apps for learning a new language. The ingredients of its success are ease of use, the possibility to make progress even when we’re short on time and a good dose of gamification. In this article, we analyse what gamification is and how it has been used successfully by Duolingo.

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Twitter and Musk: Where we’re at

After months of negotiations, Elon Musk has finally completed the acquisition of Twitter. A few weeks after the end of the negotiation, the US entrepreneur implemented a series of changes – highly criticized by many – which are revolutionizing not only the social network but also the company’s organization. Let’s delve into the whole story in the following article (UPDATING).

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Apple’s Mail Privacy Protection: What changed for email marketing

Mail Privacy Protection, one of the latest features introduced by Apple to protect the privacy of its users, has had a strong impact on email marketing and on how some performance data are tracked, in particular the open rate (and consequently the CTOR). In this article, we explain what Apple’s Mail Privacy Protection is and how it has revolutionized the rules of email marketing.

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Communicating art and culture: the Uffizi marketing strategy

Through a digital marketing and communication strategy, the Florentine Museum has managed to reposition and relaunch the image of its brand and attract a new target audience: Gen Z. In the following article, we will analyse the success of the digital strategy of the Uffizi Gallery.

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