Street Fight Daily: YP Transitions to Mobile and Display Ads, Alibaba’s Advantage

Street Fight Daily: YP Transitions to Mobile and Display Ads, Alibaba’s Advantage July 8, 2015 by The Editors Leave a Comment Filed Under: Headlines A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Is YP’s Search Data Strong Enough to Win More Local Digital Ad Dollars? (Adweek) Just as the future of local digital advertising looks like an uphil.Read the full article


  • Is YP's Search Data Strong Enough to Win More Local Digital Ad Dollars?

    adweek.com - 7 readers, 165 Tweets - A few years ago, Foursquare, Yelp and Groupon seemed to be booming with brands and consumers, painting a pretty lucrative picture of the future of local advertising. Fast-forward to today—Yelp is reportedly up for sale, Foursquare's growth has stalled, and the daily-deal market has burned out.

  • Why Amazon Should Fear Alibaba

    forbes.com - 6 readers - Billionaire Jack Ma, chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., speaks to the Economic Club of New York in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is looking to small businesses in the U.S. as it seeks to grow outside of China, Ma said. Photographer: Michael [...]

  • Uber Is Now Testing “Suggested Pickup Points”

    techcrunch.com - 7 readers, 507 Tweets - Uber is going to tell you where you should get picked up. A few days after I wrote a story recommending that Uber launch a feature called "Suggested Pickup..

  • Google Maps iOS update now lets you share locations on Facebook and Messenger

    thenextweb.com - 8 readers, 362 Tweets - Owners of iOS devices, rejoice: Sharing pins with your friends will now get a little easier. An update from Google Maps now allows you to share your location to more apps,…

  • It's 2015 -- You'd Think We'd Have Figured Out How To Measure Web Traffic By Now

    fivethirtyeight.com - 10 readers, 837 Tweets - In May, a Vanity Fair article about Bill Simmons’s departure from ESPN said that Grantland had 6 million unique visitors in March but that “ESPN’s internal numbers … had the site reaching 10 millio...