In 2008, we hung our shingle out when many businesses were taking theirs in. We stand for revolutionary ideas...from changing the newspaper business model to bringing localized information into the palm of your hand.
President & CEO Heidi Komlofske sits down with Publishers Weekly — well, okay, it was a telephone interview — to discuss Kids’ Book Review, San Francisco Book Review, and Sacramento Book Review. Click HERE to read the article.
GoLocalApps releases Unoffocial Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives app, featuring every restaurant from the TVNetwork show hosted by Guy Fieri. The app also allows users to view recipes, watch the clip of the episode where the restaurant appeared, and, from theNear Me button, find featured restaurants closest to the user. Click HERE to read about the project.
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GoLocalApps featured in Wiley book Visual Marketing for the Traverse Traveler app we developed for Meal Tickets & Unusual Ideas. Wiley’s goal in writing this book was to provide small business owners with creative visual strategies that work. They’ve hand-picked 99 examples of companies using design to capture the attention and hearts of their audience to [...]
GoLocalApps releases a combination winery region + downtown directory app for Town of Elkin, North Carolina. Click HERE to read about this project.
1776 Productions, publisher of the Sacramento and San Francisco Book Reviews is proud to announce the newest licensed City Book Review – Tulsa. Licensed by the Tulsa City-County Library system, Tulsa Book Review (TBR) will be a monthly book review being distributed around their community, in addition to the 27 branches of the library. 1776 [...]
GoLocalApps releases Mountain View Mobile, our first app owned by a newspaper and featuring news headlines from Stone County Leader. Click HERE to read about this project. Click HERE to download the app. It’s free!
This app was developed for The 3/50 Project and is our first nationwide app containing close to 4,000 “brick & mortar” businesses around the country. Eventually, the app may contain upwards of 17,000 local businesses that can be geo-located from where you are at that moment on your Smartphone. Click HERE to read more about [...]
Fountains at Roseville is an upscale, open-air shopping mall in the city of Roseville, California. Located about 20 minutes outside of Sacramento, Roseville is hub of high-tech companies and a major railroad transportation hub, but its real focus is retail shopping. Roseville has the 11th highest retail sales among all California cities, even though it [...]
The Fairfield/Suisun Valley area is between Sacramento and the Bay Area, on Highway 80. Probably best known for Travis Air Force Base, the Jelly Belly factory, and the massive highway rest stop of Cordelia Junction. But like most other areas of California, it is at its heart, agricultural, and includes a small, but thriving, wine [...]