The company is releasing a tool to minimize unapproved changes to Google My Business pages. Although Local SEO Guide’s Locadium tool was originally developed for the company’s own clients, CEO Andrew Shotland says the decision was made to open Locadium up to the general public after a number of SEO firms expressed interest.
To gauge how each company approaches local marketing, Brandify’s proprietary technology analyzed Weight Watchers’ and Jenny Craig’s store locations with focus on areas of local presence management. 492 Jenny Craig locations and 663 Weight Watchers locations were included in the data sample.
“Digitally speaking, NextDoor is encroaching on a space that local papers really should own.” David Mihm tells Mike Blumenthal. “It’s basically a glorified forum that in my view would be every bit as successful, if not more so, if hosted by a truly local entity.”
Randy Kilgore succeeds Carll Tucker, who founded Daily Voice in 2010, after a long career in print community news and will continue as chairman of the private Daily Voice company. In this Q & A, the two execs talk about the transition and what’s next for hyperlocal news network.
A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Uber’s Search for New CEO Hampered by Deep Split on Board… Amazon Is One Part of a Much Larger Picture of the Retail Apocalypse… Focus on Mobile and Product Drives Q2 Digital Ads…
Every two weeks, Geoff Michener covers some of the latest openings and new hires in this dynamic industry. This week’s edition includes moves and new openings at Yext, the MMA, and Acquisio.
This Week in Location Based Marketing is a weekly video podcast from the Location Based Marketing Association with Asif Khan and Aubriana Lopez. On the show: Coke’s AI vending machine, Dex merges with YP, Commutestream.
Every two weeks, we round up some of the biggest fundraises taking place in hyperlocal marketing, commerce, and tech. This week’s edition includes new funding for PebblePost, SnapTravel, Node, and SimilarWeb.
Street Fight Daily: AI Is Already Reshaping Retail, Facebook Releases Details on News Subscription Feature
A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Artificial Intelligence Is Already Reshaping Retail in Profound Ways… Facebook Releases Details on Upcoming Subscription-Based News Product… What Retailers Think About the Store of the Future…
At a time when customers are accustomed to looking up insurance quotes on the Web or through an app, Edward Gold, advertising director at State Farm, says his company thrives off of its local interactions. He spoke with Street Fight about the approach the insurer takes with marketing at the local level.
Proximity marketing is becoming increasingly popular as brands and local merchants try to reach consumers on the go. In this Q & A, James Ewen, marketing manager at UK-based proximity-marketer Tamoco talks about how local news publishers can benefit from this trend.
A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Facebook Defies Expectations, Posting Big Growth Despite Warnings That Revenue Will Slow… Twitter User Growth Stalls, and Investors Respond in Kind… Here’s How Snap’s Placed-Assisted Attribution Abilities Will Garner Revenue…
Forget those New Year’s resolutions. The biggest surge in attendance at gyms and boutique fitness studios actually happens in the spring and early summer, according to a new analysis of foot traffic patterns by the data science team at Foursquare.
Small businesses are largely at the mercy of the online reviews published on sites like Yelp and Facebook, but now those business owners have turned the tables with some tough critiques for technology vendors in a new report published by the SMB social networking platform Alignable.
A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Ad Measurement Companies Are Thriving Even As AdTech As a Whole Falters… Lyft Partners with Taco Bell, Demonstrating How Ride-Hailing and Local Can Play Off Each Other… Improved Social Media Metrics Mean Influencer Marketing Gains Value…
Internet marketing company Scorpion has announced this morning that it acquired digital marketer Driven Local. Together, they plan to offer technology, services, localized video ads, and campaigns for local and multi-local businesses across markets such as healthcare, legal, franchise, and home services.
Gannett’s newspaper chain has 110 million unique digital visitors each month putting it in the exosphere of news and information sites. But these days Jason Jedlinski, VP of product management at the company, is more focused on quality than quantity — what those many millions of users want to read and why.
Local media companies are getting a new way to scale their digital campaigns and more precisely target audience segments. Programmatic ad-buying platform Frankly has announced the launch of an audience extension solution, which expands the number of ways and places where local publishers can reach defined audiences.