This Week in Hyperlocal: April 25, 2014

by: Reilly O'Connor, on Apr 25, 2014 in This Week In Hyperlocal

Check out the latest in hyperlocal in this week’s roundup of digital bits and bytes.

Brady on Thunderdome – The Glue at the Core Was Never Able to Dry: Jim Brady, Editor-in-Chief at Digital First Media discusses Thunderdome and finding the local digital news solution.

Old School Meets New School – How to Combine Traditional and Online Marketing:  This article discusses marketing in a multi-channel consumer world.

Locable’s Aim – To Help Sites Build Community as a Brand: Locable – a network of 50 local and hyperlocal websites – shows its partners how to build community around their brand through an approach it calls “Main Street for the 21st Century.” The company’s co-founder and CEO Brian Ostrovsky talk about what this approach means, and how community sites can position themselves for success.

Revenue Flowing Faster to New Marketing Channels, But Integration Is Key: A guest author shares his analysis of the recent advertising report from the Internet Advertising Bureau on

Local Yokel Media Selected as Red Herring Top 100 Finalist: Local Yokel Media has been selected as a finalist for 2014’s Red Herring Top 100 North America. Our CEO, Dick O’Hare, will be attending the Red Herring event next month in Monterey, CA to compete.



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