Scaling the Neighborhood: A Community Focus for Local Services

by Damian Rollison
It might be argued that local search, on-demand services, and other components of the local digital marketplace have long had a neighborhood problem. Facebook, only tangentially a member of that group, nevertheless sums up the problem well. Networks of affinity on Facebook haven’t been inherently local in nature since the company expanded outside the university campus.Read the full article

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