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Street Fight Daily: Facebook’s ‘Nearby Friends,’ Twitter Debuts App Promo Suite

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A roundup of today's big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology... Facebook’s “Nearby Friends” Feature Aims for More Offline Connections (Recode)... Twitter's New Ad Unit Is A Huge, Huge Deal. Here's Why (Forbes)... Citymapper Just Got Off the Funding Bus and Is Now $10M Richer (VentureBeat)...

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Street Fight Daily: LevelUp Eyes ‘Zero Interchange,’ Zuckerberg on Graph Search

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A roundup of today's big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology... LevelUp Thinks It Has Found A Way To Charge Merchants A 0% Credit Card Processing Fee (Business Insider)... Zuckerberg: Facebook Graph Search Is 'A Five-Year Thing' (SearchEngineLand)... Seamless Delivers Tips Agreement (WSJ)...

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Street Fight Daily: Twitter Buys Gnip, Google Developing Microcamera Contact Lens

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A roundup of today's big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology... Twitter Embraces Its Data and Buys Gnip (GigaOm)... Google’s Microcamera Contact Lens Is Coming to an Eyeball Near You (Time)... Seeking Growth, The Payments Industry Embraces New Technologies (TechCrunch)...

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MomentFeed Nabs $5.5M in Funding to Scale Social for Multi-location Brands

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MomentFeed announced this morning that it has closed a $5.5 million Series A funding round led by Signia Venture Partners. Robert Blatt, who was quietly installed at MomentFeed's new CEO earlier this year, told Street Fight that the new funding would go toward further scaling MomentFeed's platform...

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Street Fight Daily: Foursquare/Yahoo Data Talks, PayPal Tests Face Verification

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A roundup of today's big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology... Yahoo, Foursquare in Talks Over Data Partnership (Buzzfeed)... PayPal Testing Face-Verification System for Mobile Payments (Mashable)... LocationInsight Becomes Placeable as It Aims to Eradicate Dirty Location Data (Pando Daily)...

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Street Fight Daily: Google Personalizing Maps, Square Aims High

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A roundup of today's big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.... Google’s Plan to Personalize Maps Could End Public Space as We Know It (Slate)... Square Is the Shape of Things to Come, Says Jack Dorsey (Telegraph)... Why Waze Is a Hot Takeover Target (CNN/Money)...

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Interviews

Topix CEO: Hyperlocal Companies Are ‘Staying the Course’

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The hyperlocal news and community site has continued to chug along, with its user base growing and traffic spiking during the fall 2012 election season. We recently caught up with the company's CEO Chris Tolles to talk about how the hyperlocal ecosystem is shaking out, how the shift to mobile is affecting publishers' CPMs, and how Topix is engaging readers with a more moderated discussion...

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Commentary

Sizing the Industry: Who Gets Counted as ‘Hyperlocal?’

12 Comments 14 November 2012 by

Since we launched Street Fight in April of last year, one question has come up again and again that we don't have a very good answer for: "How many hyperlocal news sites are currently operating in the U.S. — and is that number growing? And if it's growing, how fast is it growing?"

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Debbie Galant Leaving Baristanet for Role at Montclair State

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Galant, who co-founded Baristanet, the New Jersey network of indie hyperlocals, is leaving management of the site to take a role at Montclair State University, where she'll join "an ambitious effort to nurture digital and hyperlocal journalism in New Jersey."

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Setster Launches Scheduling API for Deals Companies

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With the ascent of daily deals companies, there has also been a rise of scheduling services that seek to help out local merchants that run the deals and find themselves overwhelmed by the results. Setster, one such appointment-scheduling company, has announced the release of a new API which will give daily deal providers the ability to offer integrated scheduling as part of the marketing package that they give to merchants...

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