Local Quotables: Dorsey, Josic, Brody & More

This week’s top quotes come from Twitter and Summify as they discuss their new partnership in order to increase delivery of instant, relevant news. This week also features Harvard researchers explaining why some ventures succeed and Boyan Josic of Daily Deal Media asserting the growing success of daily deals companies…

5 Network Models for Serving Up Hyperlocal Advertising

Hyperlocal publishers have no shortage of ad networks to choose from. Street Fight looked at five of them to get a sense of the offerings available and to get a discussion going about what to look for in a hyperlocal ad network and what publishers and small businesses can expect…

5 Tips for an Effective Hyperlocal Advertising Campaign

As hyperlocal advertising continues to heat up, publishers and merchants are working together to figure out what makes online ads most effective. Here are tips from a few top hyperlocal publishers that can help merchants stay ahead of the curve…

Local Quotables: Hallinan, Mason, Rainert, Bass and more

This week’s best quote was from Groupon CEO Andrew Mason, who defended his company from attacks on its business model — saying the issues critics pointed to were simply due to Groupon’s rapid growth. This week’s quotes also feature Foursquare’s plan for a new web presence, a new definition for “hyperlocal,” and the integration of social media into television…

Local Quotables: Hartley, Gardner, Thompson and more

This week’s quotes focus on advertising, technology and new businesses. Sarah Hartley describes how the end of a site can be good while Scott Thompson, newly-appointed CEO of Yahoo talks about the beginning of a new Yahoo. Pat McDevitt discusses the community’s role in advertising, Jonathan Gardner talks about how advertising will change and more.

Local Quotables: Moyal, Mims, Tolles, Lessin and more…

As the first week of 2012 commences, everyone is speculating about what will happen this year in the hyperlocal industry. Jonathan Moyal sees Lucky Ant helping communities play a bigger role in local business. Jeremy Mims predicts growth for Groupon and Michelle Jones hopes to create an alternative to Yelp. Also, Sam Lessin describes how Facebook’s check-in with timelines is an entirely new kind of LBS and more.

Off-Campus Events Go Hyperlocal With Student Guide Lokalite

Location-centric events site Lokalite aims to give college students an off-campus guide to local events, bringing a new set of loyal customers to small businesses. Street Fight caught up with CEO Will Powers recently to discuss how his company facilitates those relationships, and why campuses are a particularly ripe market for hyperlocal…