Are You Ready for the ‘Geosocial’ Revolution?

Anthony Longo is a guest contributor. If you would like to contribute a post to Street Fight, contact us here. When Dan Adams and I decided to build what would become CO Everywhere, we didn’t have a “category” in mind. We didn’t think about a “vertical” we’d fit under. We weren’t in the business of […]

Hyperlocal Execs’ 2015 Predictions (Part One): Moz, Foursquare, Placed

As we have for the past three years, Street Fight recently asked a number of hyperlocal luminaries to weigh in with their predictions for where local is headed in 2015. We’ll be running their responses in two installments, today and tomorrow…

Openings & New Hires at CO Everywhere, PlaceIQ, and LiveIntent

Every two weeks, Search Influence’s 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, jobs at AOL, Yahoo, Google, VendAsta and Ballantine Communications.

BlockAvenue Pivots From Utility to Media, Becomes CO Everywhere

Tony Longo and Dan Adams, the founders of Block Avenue, are doubling down on media. Two years after launching the service as a tool to rate locations, the company has rebranded as Co Everywhere, and released a mobile app to help people explore the world around them. Users can pick a featured place, or outline a geography on a map, and peruse content from Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Foursquare and a other sources that come from within the area…