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Tag Archives: Dennis Crowley
Will users like me be saying good-bye to Foursquare?
Posted on August 14, 2014 by markkolier
I’ve written about Foursquare on ten different occasions on this blog since becoming one of the earlier regular users. Here are two – an early and a later one. Earlier this month Foursquare unveiled its new logo and new business … Continue reading →
Posted in Social Media | Tagged Check-ins, Dennis Crowley, Foursquare, Foursquare vs. Yelp, Mayorships, Swarm | Leave a comment
A real revenue model for Foursquare
Posted on March 10, 2014 by markkolier
Four years ago I signed up (it did not feel like joining) for Foursquare. There’s still value in checking into various places – $5 off, a free appetizer, or some other special (free drink etc.) that might be offered upon … Continue reading →
What next for Foursquare?
Posted on January 23, 2013 by markkolier
I was a fairly early adopter of Foursquare having joined up in March of 2010. I was particularly interested in how people might use the platform with check-ins and how Foursquare might monetize the platform. Nearly three years later I … Continue reading →
Posted in Advertising, Communication, Community, Customer Experiences, Networking, Social Media, Technology | Tagged American Express, Amex and Foursquare, Check-ins, ComScore, Crain's New York Business, Dennis Crowley, Foursquare.com, Fred Wilson, Mayors on Foursquare, Mobile Metrix, Pinterest, Union Square Ventures, Value propositions | Leave a comment
Foursquare continues to be more than public check-ins
Posted on May 11, 2012 by markkolier
I’ve said for a long time that Foursquare’s location based platform originally based on user check-in’s, is one of the most interesting social media applications around. An article in Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal http://on.wsj.com/IT3IVJ did nothing to dampen my enthusiasm. … Continue reading →
Foursquare has moved off beta – did anyone notice?
Posted on August 22, 2011 by markkolier
Being a regular user of Foursquare I have been wondering for quite some time when the ‘Beta’ emblem would disappear. Last week that happened along with a host of other reported changes (Lists, events, photos – all of which I … Continue reading →
Posted in Mobile Communication, Social Media, Technology | Tagged Betabeat, Dennis Crowley, Foursquare.com, GPS, location based social networking, Yelp.com | 1 Comment