PODCAST: This Week in Location-Based Marketing — Banjo, Ditto

In this week’s episode, hosts Rob Woodbridge and Asif Khan discuss: Banjo’s one million users, Mastercard’s daily deals service, Ditto acquired by Groupon, and Square’s insane valuation. Plus a special appearance by Jyri Engestrom of Ditto…

Street Fight Daily: Digital Ads Up, Yahoo Local Under the Axe

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology...

Digital Advertising Surged 22 Percent in 2011, to $31B (PaidContent)…

What’s Next for LivingSocial? (Fortune)…

Will Yahoo Local Get the Axe? (ScreenWerk)…

Street Fight Daily: Pinterest for Hyperlocal Marketing, Groupon’s Bad Press

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal media, technology, advertising and startups...

5 Pinterest Tips for Hyperlocal Marketing (MediaPost)…

What Does All the Bad Press Mean for Groupon? (VentureBeat)…

Banjo Tries To Bolster Its Position As The All-In-One Location App (TechCrunch)…

Steve Outing: No One’s Got a ‘Magic Bullet’ for Hyperlocal Revenue

The founder and program director at the Digital News Test Kitchen at CU-Boulder studies the places where journalism and technology collide. Here he talks with Street Fight about where the concept of hyperlocal has been, where it’s going, and how technology is increasingly impacting how journalists do their job…

PODCAST: This Week in Location-Based Marketing — Groupon, Banjo

In this week’s episode, hosts Rob Woodbridge and Asif Khan look at Groupon’s recent acquisitions, Google’s launch of a product fit for 2008, Toyota going extreme in Belgium, Caterina Fake’s Pinwheel and a report that shows the futility of mobile ad display + Banjo founder Damien Patton…

Street Fight Daily: 08.15.11

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal media, technology, advertising and startups...

AOL is spending about $150,000 to run each individual Patch site annually, according to an analyst’s estimate. AOL first focused on building traffic to Patch sites, and just recently started ramping up ad sales. (Wall Street Journal)…

San Francisco’s KQED is embarking on a couple of partnerships pairing it with hyperlocal sites in the area: one with just-launched Huffington Post San Francisco, the other with four hyperlocal news sites as part of J-Lab’s Networked Journalism Project. (Nieman Lab)…