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Street Fight Daily: Pinterest Targets SMB Advertisers, Retale Offers Attribution Guarantee

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Pinterest Targets SMB Advertisers, Retale Offers Attribution Guarantee

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Pinterest Targets Small Business Advertisers in Push to Diversify Revenue… Retale Offers In-Store Foot Traffic Guarantee On In-App Inventory… Snapchat’s Pitch to Small Brands and Businesses: Self-Serve Sponsored Geofilters …

Street Fight Daily: Lyft Seeks a Buyer Without Success, Google Expands Local Business Cards

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Lyft Seeks a Buyer Without Success, Google Expands Local Business Cards

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Lyft is Said to Be Seeking a Buyer, Without Success… Google Local Business Cards or Posts About to Roll Out to Thousands of SMBs… How the Wall Street Journal Plans to Reach 3 Million Subscribers…

Retale CEO Touts ‘Tremendous Potential’ of Virtual Reality for Shopping

Annie Melton

Retale CEO Touts ‘Tremendous Potential’ of Virtual Reality for Shopping

Retale, a mobile app that brings local circulars to consumers, is jumping right in to VR/AR, launching what it calls “the world’s first virtual reality location-based shopping companion.” Street Fight recently caught up with Retale CEO Christian Gaiser to discuss why the company is betting this technology will become a vital channel for future shoppers.

Black Friday Weekend’s Unreported Story: The Rise of ‘Bricks and Clicks’

Greg Sterling

Black Friday Weekend’s Unreported Story: The Rise of ‘Bricks and Clicks’

The mostly unreported story of Black Friday weekend is that much of the ecommerce growth came from “bricks-and-clicks” retailers, not pure-play e-tailers. The reason: Physical stores offer a critical customer experience and serve as a “brand anchor,” both of which support ecommerce for traditional retailers. Stores drive online sales because they instill a sense of confidence and trust in the consumer.

Getting Pushy with Notifications Can Pay Off with Millennials

Noah Elkin

Getting Pushy with Notifications Can Pay Off with Millennials

With the volume and velocity of messaging in the digital economy increasing seemingly exponentially, brands everywhere need to weigh not only what information and content they share but also how much and the delivery channel they use. When it comes to highly connected millennials who use location-based apps, a new study indicates brands and retailers stand a good chance of cutting through the clutter with push notifications.

Street Fight Daily: Google Maps Chief Replaced, Walgreens’ Mobile Strategy

The Editors

Street Fight Daily: Google Maps Chief Replaced, Walgreens’ Mobile Strategy

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… One of Google’s Most Influential Execs Was Replaced as the Head of Google Maps and is Biding his Time (Business Insider)… Retale, The App That Puts Weekly Store Circulars On Your Smartphone, Raises $12 Million (TechCrunch)… Once Left For Dead, is Foursquare Coming Back? (San Francisco Business Times)…

5 Strategies for Leveraging Digital Circulars

Stephanie Miles

5 Strategies for Leveraging Digital Circulars

Making the migration from print to digital circulars is easier said than done, and many retailers are still left with questions over how best to take advantage of hyperlocal technology in this arena. Here are five strategies for how retailers can leverage digital circulars to their full advantage, during the upcoming holiday season and beyond…