• LBMA Podcast: Belly, Purple, and Facebook’s Dynamic Radar

    … LBMA Podcast: Belly, Purple, and Facebook’s Dynamic Radar September 30, 2016 by Asif Khan Leave a Comment Filed Under: On Location Welcome to This Week in Location Based Marketing, a weekly video podcast from the Location Based Marketing Association with Asif Khan and Aubriana Lopez. On the show: Dixie’s Deadzone Diner, Belly launches BLUE, Purple raises $7M, Oakley’s RADAR, Facebook’s Dynamic Radar, Barbie’s IoT Dreamhouse, Tinder STACKS, SweetIQ, Absolut Vodka + Lyft. …

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  • SweetIQ CEO: Local Marketing Has Become ‘Far Too Fragmented’

    …, too little clarity. Montreal-based local search marketing platform SweetIQ allows its clientele of businesses and brands to track and capitalize on information like foot traffic and online-offline conversions. Co-founder and CEO Mohannad El-Barachi (who will be a speaker at Street Fight Summit West on June 7th in San Francisco) has firsthand…

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  • Why a Remote Work Policy Is Worth Considering

    … technology company Connectivity. But for the most part, no one at the company works remotely (for more on Connectivity, read the Street Fight article on its burgeoning company culture). “It was an intentional decision,” Booth said. “We found that [the company] is growing so fast, if you’re not around the people on your team every day it can be difficult…

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  • The Price of Free Listings

    … like Brandify (formerly Where2GetIt), RioSEO, SIM Partners, Connectivity, MomentFeed, Placeable, Local Market Launch, Local Site Submit, SweetIQ, and UBL, which had previously been selling data aggregator updates. Many of these companies started out by providing related services such as store locator software, but quickly adapted their offerings…

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  • Street Culture: HR Strategies for Startups

    … and that number will only continue to grow, so this initial work is important for future success.” For small companies that are always fine-tuning their products and still assigning responsibilities, the human resources department isn’t always a priority. Michael Mire, CRO and co-founder of local search optimization software company SweetIQ, said…

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  • Street Culture: SweetIQ Empowers Employees to Drive Independent Progress

    … and empowering them to drive progress. A flexible, self-starting team is a big part of what makes fast-growing startups like SweetIQ successful. “In 2013 we had about a dozen employees,” Mire said. “This time in 2014 we had 24 employees, now we’re at about 35 and are looking to double over the next twelve months.” Barely five years old, Montreal-based SweetIQ…

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