Street Fight Daily: Angie’s List Rolls, More Consolidation in Deals

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Angie’s List is Killing It: Revenue, Members, Growth — and Stock Price — All Up…  (VentureBeat)… Tippr Is Acquired by nCrowd in Further Consolidation of the Online Deals Space (AllThingsD)… Groupon Pits Itself Against Location-based Services with App Update (Mobile Commerce Daily)…

Group Commerce Acquires Dealised’s European Operations

Group Commerce is headed to Europe. Two days after adding CBS to its roster of clients, the white-label e-commerce company has acquired Dealised’s UK-based European operations for an undisclosed sum, giving the company a strong launching point into the European market…

Street Fight Daily: Highlight Updates, Groupon Crushing It, Tippr Layoffs

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

Hot Location-based Networking App Highlight Gets Even More Useful (TNW)…

Chart: Groupon Is Crushing Its Closest Rival (Business Insider)…

Daily Deal Site Tippr Lays Off 25 staffers, Restructures Sales (GeekWire)…

6 White-Label Deal Platforms for Publishers

Launching a branded deals program gives publishers an additional stream of revenue in a notoriously difficult advertising market, potentially increasing a media company’s annual advertising revenue anywhere from 15% to 30%. These programs also give community newspapers, hyperlocal blogs, television stations, and radio stations a way to capitalize on the trust and authority they’ve developed with their audiences over the years.

History’s 3 Hints for the Future of Daily Deals

The CEO of Tippr thinks Groupon’s success will legitimize the daily industry, encourage other players to stay in the game, and open an opportunity for a top deal commerce technology provider to take the market lead…

Street Fight Daily: 11.14.11

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

25% of American Adults Use Location-Based Services (ReadWriteWeb)Journal Register’s John Paton: Newspapers’ Digital Apostle (New York Times)

Street Fight Daily: 10.11.11

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

Microsoft appears to be readying the formal launch of a Bing-branded daily deals website powered by white-label group buying platform service provider Tippr. This offering is notably different from Microsoft’s earlier launch of Bing Deals, which basically features links to aggregated deals from a number of partners. (TechCrunch)…

The daily deal industry has jolted a formerly sleepy corner of the $30 billion online advertising market: the local part of the paid search marketing business. Local search ads that included references to towns and cities were not in demand until daily deal companies started paying handsomely to track down people interested in neighborhood goods and services. (Reuters)…

Street Fight Daily: 10.04.11

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

In the top 30 US markets, no company that reports purchase counts outperformed Groupon in August. In fact, in only 5 markets is the second largest competitor even generating 50% of the gross revenue Groupon generates. (Yipit Blog)…

It was only about six months ago that investor excitement for a Groupon IPO was so high that its expected valuation was $25 billion. Now, institutional investors are wary. A fund manager suggests that Groupon might have to reduce its IPO valuation to between $3 billion and $5 billion in order to get it out the door. (TechCrunch)…

Tippr Launches Affiliate Network: ‘AdSense for Deals’

Group-buying service Tippr has announced the launch of an affiliate network program this morning to supplement the company’s featured white-label product. Publishers who use Powered by Tippr software to host daily deals will be able to syndicate these offers across a network of affiliate sites — including major aggregators like Yipit and Yahoo Deals as well as over 1,000 hyperlocal and vertical niche publications…

TIPPR: Quality of Audience Is What Matters in the Deals Space

In the wake of Groupon’s recent S1 and the subsequent wave of criticism that has been aimed at the daily deals giant, deals platform and technology providers like Tippr are stepping in to the fray with new models to power group buying. Street Fight caught up with Tippr’s COO Samy Aboel-Nil at DIGIDAY: LOCAL last week to discuss how the company’s Powered by Tippr is hoping to change the game…