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Podcast: The State of the Check-in

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Tuesday, July 3rd 2012


In the past few weeks two companies shared details of who checks in where. Facebook details the top social landmarks in cities, while Endomondo compiled who is tracking their workouts and where. Is this data valuable to those companies? To marketers? To those of us trying to make sense of the check-in phenomenon?

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Yahoo to Close its One-Time Foursquare-Rival Koprol
Check-In App Forecast Runs Out Of Money And Will Shut Down On July 1 | TechCrunch
Endomondo By The Numbers | Endomondo
Popular Endomondo Sports Tracker Mobile App Hits 10 Million User Milestone and 320 Million Miles Logged | Endomondo
Social Landmarks Around the World - Facebook Newsroom


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