• Local Corps shares have value trough multiple upside catalysts like technology, patents, traffic and a lot more.
• This stock is undervalued based on rival valuations, technology, patents, number of monthly unique visitors, gigantic number of queries, data-collection, number of listed companies, takeover potential and a lot more.
• Local Corp’s shares have long-term potential as well as short-term potential as the end of tax loss selling and short-covering of after my estimate near 10 million shares (of 23 million) could create one of the biggest shortsquezze’s we ever had seen.
Will one company dominate local info- LOCALZZ? 1400+ sites - privately owned! - 250 Social Accounts
Global programmatic digital display ad spending is expected to increase from $21B in 2014 to $55B
Successful Programmatic Launch: Local Corp entered the programmatic media marketplace to leverage its robust local audience data and connect advertisers with real people in real time, on the right platform. The company’s valuable, high-intent, first-party consumer data, includes behavioral, geo and device attributes from its 20 million monthly unique visitors across its O&O properties. The company anticipates this will enable additional scale over time, as any number of publishers can access multiple advertisers and multiple, targeted ads based on specific interests.
Source: Thire quarter report
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The Localzz (privately owned) could dominate local information. 1000+ networked sites owned by the localzz
This localzz is a MONSTER? DID you check them out?
Angie Hicks can't make this dog bark or roll over.
How many lady teck CEOs have ramped up sales Q after Q ?
Yahoo's Marissa Myers, kept shopping for new companies with Jerry Yangs big investment payoff in Alibaba. But can Marissa Myers create growth in sales?
Can Angie Hicks prove she is the right man for the job to create revenue growth?
Rakuten could buy Local Corp
My favorite for a merger of Local Corp is Rakuten
Rakuten Marketing Drives the Omni Experience
Newly unified services structure and branded website introduces Rakuten Marketing's best-in-class, omni-channel offering
Rakuten Marketing September 23, 2014 10:00 AM
NEW YORK, Sept. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rakuten Marketing, the global leader in omni channel marketing and a division of Rakuten, Inc., today introduced its vision for the future of digital marketing – the omni experience. Omni experience goes beyond the operational view of omni-channel marketing by viewing the experience through the eyes of the consumer, and orchestrating the customer experience across all channels so that it is seamless, integrated, consistent, and can be easily tracked. Cornerstone to the Rakuten Marketing omni experience are the cross-channel insights gathered through the combination of Cadence, the cross-channel reporting platform launched in January, and attribution provided by the company's recent acquisition of DC Storm. The newly unified and restructured line of business and branded website maintains Rakuten Marketing's core services – Rakuten Affiliate Network (formerly LinkShare), Rakuten Attribution (formerly DC Storm), Rakuten Display (formerly MediaForge), and Rakuten Search – which independently deliver best-in-class advertising solutions, and together transcend marketing borders that drive the omni experience.
"The consumer experience has been largely overlooked. Consumers don't perceive your brand in channels; they perceive the overall experience with your brand. Advertisers need to market to consumers during each phase of their sales journey thinking about the best way to influence consumers at each touch point," said Tony Zito, President, Rakuten Marketing. "This requires streamlined insights across channels, devices, social networks, and offline performance that enable marketers to make better decisions and drive better performance.
CyberMondayCEO and CyberWeekCEO by the- Localzz!! 1400+ sites and 200+ Social media accounts!