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fankenguru 704 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 20, 2014 9:49 AM Member since: Nov 26, 2013
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  • "Our main goal is to aggregate and curate the most relevant and rich personalized local content or consumers and present it wherever and however the consumer search for information while providing significant reach and value to our advertisers and partners. Our whole organization is focused on the transformation to deliver on this mission. Looking ahead we intend to focus on the following objectives, to further our process of continuous improvement for our O&O properties to better attract and engage consumers and provide more value to our advertisers and partners. To build our publisher network with quality partners and together with our advertiser partners eliminate in valid traffic. To innovate across all lines of our business including new mobile, local search solution. To drive revenue growth through new channel partners and markets for our nQuery product, to leverage our Krillion ingestion technology across all our platforms and to the benefit of our partners and to drive value from our intellectual property portfolio."

    Read the complete text of the last Conference Call direct at Seeking Alpha

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 9:45 AM Flag

    Geofencing allows a business to use the GPS in someone’s phone to locate them

    "Local mobile marketing has tremendous potential for businesses that are trying to break free from the traps of old marketing methods. Geofencing offers one option for businesses to consider. Geofencing allows a business to use the GPS in someone’s phone to locate them. This could come in the form of a text message, a mobile advertisement or other notification."
    (Complete article at exploreb2b)

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 9:41 AM Flag

    Note that G&A expense included a $573,000 severance charge, we delivered our six consecutive quarter of positive adjusted EBITDA. Second quarter adjusted EBITDA was $1 million which is up from the first quarter,

    Source: CFO at the last Conference Call (Transcript of Seeking Alpha)

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 9:36 AM Flag

    Adjusted EBITDA positive during the last six years (Source Company Overview 2/2014 - filed to the SEC too)
    FY-09
    FY-10
    FY-11
    FY-12
    FY-13
    FY-14* (Estimate)
    Adjusted EBITDA
    $3,041
    $13,775
    $3,247
    $777
    $4,533
    $4,000

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 8:34 AM Flag

    Although it’s fairly central to everything Local Corp. is doing these days, Thomas-Zon says that Krillion operates as a separate business unit within the larger company.

    “Krillion fills the part of Local Corp.’s business that focuses specifically on retail data and shopping content, as opposed to other general services related business content,” Thomas-Zon adds.

    Depending on the needs of a given client, Krillion can float downward and connect with the company’s other units. As Local Corp. starts to work with smaller independent retailers, the use of Krillion’s shopper data could prove attractive to small businesses that are struggling to understand how new technologies fit into their retail strategies

  • fankenguru by fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 8:13 AM Flag

    Mobile revenues growing by all companies, but by the total revenues of MeetMe we have stagnation:

    View: Quarterly Data o f MeetMe All numbers in thousands
    Period Ending Jun 30, 2014 Mar 31, 2014 Dec 31, 2013 Sep 30, 2013
    Total Revenue 10,687 9,504 13,016 10,073

    A company like Local Corp for example has more than double revenues, but only less more than a third of the market-cap of MeetMe. After my opinion should rational investors sell all their MeetMe-shares and buy for the amount with the factor 6 lower valued shares of Local Corp.

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 8:04 AM Flag

    ROTELLA CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, INC. inreased the ownership in Q2/2014 8,142 shares to now 55,606 shares.

  • Local Corporation offers an engaging work environment, competitive compensation and excellent benefits. We are an equal opportunity employer.

    Ours is a vibrant working environment that encourages every member of our team to grow, give back and thrive. As a result, we have formed a powerful team of professionals who are dedicated to making Local Corporation the gold standard in the online local media industry.

    Local Corporation also takes tremendous pride in supporting charitable initiatives that connect the company to the surrounding community. Our employees have donates thousands of hours of community service every year.

    Local Corporation is a truly unique organization that offers a rare combination of benefits, making it an amazing place to challenge your mind, exercise your talents, and expand your career boundaries.

    Current Openings

    1-9 of 9

    Title

    Location

    Advertising Operations Traffic Analyst

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    Database/Software Engineer

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    Developer, Core Systems (Java)

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    Online Product Manager

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    Software QA Engineer

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    Sr. Software Engineer Search Expert

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    System Engineer

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    UI Software Engineer

    Irvine, CA (Corp)


    UX/UI Designer

    Irvine, CA (Corp

  • Income Statement fo Marin:

    View: Quarterly Data All numbers in thousands
    Period Ending Jun 30, 2014 Mar 31, 2014 Dec 31, 2013 Sep 30, 2013
    Total Revenue 23,854 22,815 21,829 20,113
    Cost of Revenue 8,763 8,383 8,097 7,944

    Gross Profit 15,091 14,432 13,732 12,169

    Operating Expenses
    Research Development 6,627 6,083 5,660 5,072
    Selling General and Administrative 17,347 16,405 15,982 14,962
    Non Recurring - - - -
    Others - - - -

    Total Operating Expenses - - - -


    Operating Income or Loss (8,883) (8,056) (7,910) (7,865)

  • Reply to

    The Future of Local Search

    by fankenguru Aug 15, 2014 3:20 AM
    fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 4:29 AM Flag

    Local Corp. Continues To Double-Down On Mobile Building Blocks
    by David Kaplan | June 30, 2014 4:54 pm

    Local Corp. has rolled out a number of offerings – including a new display ad network, which it should be noted, is separate from its shopping platform – to offer a more seamless connection between store locations and shoppers.

    While search is where most local and mobile ad dollars are spent, much of the growth in the space is coming from display, says Sherry Thomas-Zon, the VP of Local Shopping for Local Corp. The company, which is billed as a local advertising technology provider that connects millions of online and mobile consumers with businesses and products through a variety of digital advertising solutions.

    Citing eMarketer stats, Thomas-Zon notes that US mobile display ad spending is expected to grow from $8.1 billion this year to $16.3 billion in 2016.

    Source: Geomarketing

  • Increased Positions of existing owners in Q2/2014: 751,598 shares
    Decreased Positions of existing owners in Q2/2014 = 53,013 Ahares
    (Source: Go to the internet-site of Nasdaq)

    Institutional Ownership is now the 4-fold against the numbers a year ago: Institutional Ownership increased from about 6% a year ago to now 26.59%.

    Big question: Who sold te difference between 26% and &% = 20% to the instiututionals?
    The answer is simple: The big number of the from the criminal crime behind The Street Sweeper manipulated naked shortselleing lemmings.

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 3:58 AM Flag

    Read more at:

    geomarketing.xxx/local-corp-continues-to-double-down-on-mobile-building-blocks

    You must only substitute xxxx through the right letters.

  • Looking at what Krillion does for Local Corp., the service collects and distributes real-time national and regional retail shopping information. Krillion can gather details on current prices and sales, from roughly 120,000 store locations, representing nearly 3 million individual products.

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 3:55 AM Flag

    The ID fankerguru is a manipulation- and falisfication-ID of the criminal crime behind The Street Sweeper.

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 20, 2014 1:38 AM Flag

    The ID fankengur"r"u is a manipulation- and falsification_ID of the criminal crime behind The Street Sweeper.

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 19, 2014 4:37 PM Flag

    Pivoting Between Brands And People

    The launch of Local Corp.’s display network follows a fairly steady rollout of a variety of products in the location-data/mobile intersection. The Irvine, CA.-based company rolled out its nFuse offering this spring, billing it as a “hyper-local ad targeting solution.” The nFuse product extends Local Corp.’s central offering, the shopping analytics platform Krillion. The company acquired Krillion in May 2011 for $3.5 million. While its display networks functions independently of its shopping platform, all those offerings help extend Local Corp.’s reach to retailers on a direct level.

  • through the sales of naked shortsellers.

  • fankenguru fankenguru Aug 19, 2014 4:10 PM Flag

    Read more at:

    geomarketing.xxx/local-corp-continues-to-double-down-on-mobile-building-blocks

    You must only substitute xxxx through the right letters.

  • by David Kaplan | June 30, 2014 4:54 pm

    Local Corp. has rolled out a number of offerings – including a new display ad network, which it should be noted, is separate from its shopping platform – to offer a more seamless connection between store locations and shoppers.

    While search is where most local and mobile ad dollars are spent, much of the growth in the space is coming from display, says Sherry Thomas-Zon, the VP of Local Shopping for Local Corp. The company, which is billed as a local advertising technology provider that connects millions of online and mobile consumers with businesses and products through a variety of digital advertising solutions.

    Citing eMarketer stats, Thomas-Zon notes that US mobile display ad spending is expected to grow from $8.1 billion this year to $16.3 billion in 2016.

  • fankenguru by fankenguru Aug 19, 2014 1:50 PM Flag

    "Our core business is generating positive cash flow. We’re investing the returns from our core business into new initiatives."

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