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Holiday Shoppers Will Move Between Online and Offline More Than Ever Before

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In two new studies, the Gannett-owned digital marketing company G/O Digital took a look at the capabilities and offerings that will drive shopper behavior during the holidays for national and smaller retailers respectively. According to one, 84% of online shoppers said they planned to use an online channel to help decide where to shop before purchasing a gift in store at a small business...

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With Nomi Deal, Brickstream Kicks Off Consolidation in Store Analytics

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Brickstream, an in-store analytics firm, has snapped up the New York-based Nomi, an indoor marketing startup founded by a handful of Salesforce alums, in an all-equity deal. The entire 37-person Nomi team will join Brickstream including CEO Marc Ferrentino who will now serve as chief marketing officer for the Atlanta, Ga.-based company...

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Wix Buys Its Way Into Online Ordering

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Wix, the Isreali-based website builder, has quietly pushed into the wider small business technology market since going public last year. Now the company has acquired OpenRest, a small Israeli-American startup that provides restaurants with the ability to accept orders through a website or mobile app...

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Openings and New Hires at CivicScience, Urban Airship, Gimbal

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Every two weeks, Kelly Benish — who knows practically everyone in hyperlocal — covers some of the latest job changes taking place in this dynamic industry. In this week's edition, new jobs and hires at Manta, Stubhub, PLaced, and Colony Logic...

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Street Fight Daily: Retailers Disable Apple Pay, Yelp Buys German Competitor

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A roundup of today's big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology... Apple Pay Is Disabled by Rite Aid and CVS as a Rival Makes Plans (New York Times)... Yelp Buys Restaurant-Kritik To Expand Its Presence In Germany (TechCrunch)... Why NFC In The iPad Air 2 Is A Big Deal For Small Businesses (GigaOm)...

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LBMA Podcast: SideSwipe’s Gestures, TomTom Opens Up

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On the show: FritoLays hands out samples in bus shelters; Pinpoint offers location-based audio game; Geofeedia and Adnear raise; TomTom opens up; Chico’s embraces RFID; Loopd brings beacons to conferences. Plus, what happened to Hailo and why RFID in a world of beacons...

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Paid Placement Helps GrubHub Pad Its Bottom Line

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Grubhub posted better-than-expected earnings Thursday sending shares up slightly in early trading. The online ordering company, which hit the public markets earlier this year, saw revenue and profit inch up slightly in a seasonally less active third quarter due in part to the adoption of a new auction-based commision model...

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Lord and Taylor Plans to Install Bluetooth Beacons in Stores Nationwide

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Here’s some good news for the beacon community. A month after Macy’s announced an ambitious plan to roll out Shopkick devices to over 4,000 locations nationally, Lord and Taylor appears to be following suit...

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Yelp Cashes In on YP Partnership — If Only for the Moment

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The company posted stronger-than-expected revenues Tuesday, but cautious guidance sent shares tumbling in after-hours trading. The revenue increase appears to have come, in part, from a partnership with YP that the company made earlier this year...

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Angie’s List Reports Wider-Than-Expected Loss, Stock Tanks

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The company reported the addition of 350,376 gross paid memberships during the period, down six percent from the third quarter of 2013. Its stock price fell more than 17% percent on Wednesday, continuing an 18-month drop...

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