Local Corp has higher revenues and a better EBITDA and lower net loss than Marin, but Marin has with 299 million the 7.3-fold market-cap of the idiotic low 41.1 million of Local Corp
“We are pleased to report strong results in Q1, as revenue growth accelerated to its highest rate since Q4 2012,” said Chris Lien, Founder and Executive Chairman of Marin. “Revenue for the quarter was $22.8 million, up 33% year over year.
Net loss was ($8.3) million or ($0.25) per share based on 33.1 million weighted average shares outstanding.
Adjusted EBITDA was ($5.4) million, as compared to ($8.0) million for the first quarter of 2013. “
“First quarter 2014 revenue of $26.2 million grew 22% year-over-year based on strong contributions from our Extended Ad Network,” said Ken Cragun, Local Corporation chief financial officer. “Total Network revenue grew 78% year-over-year, as we added both new Network partners and ad products for publishers. The growth in Network revenue combined with operating efficiencies realized in 2013 enabled the company to continue to invest in new initiatives and deliver Adjusted EBITDA of $712,000 in the first quarter of 2014. GAAP net loss for the first quarter of 2014, which included $1.0 million in severance charges, was $2.8 million, or ($0.12) per diluted share.”
A lot lower than by Local Corp: "Our mobile revenues as a percentage of total revenues now at a mid to high 20% range increased each quarter throughout 2013 and again in the first quarter of 2014 as consumers are choosing to access the internet more and more via smartphones and tablets."
And if you substract the about 100 million cash of marin from the market-cap of 299 million = about 200 million - this is the 5-fold of the market-cap of Local Corp, which has higher revenues and a better EBITDA and lower net loss.