Local Corporation to Exhibit at ad:tech San Francisco

  Local Corporation to Exhibit at ad:tech San Francisco

ad:tech San Francisco 2014

Business Wire

IRVINE, Calif. -- February 27, 2014

Local Corporation (NASDAQ:LOCM), a leading local advertising and technology
company, today announced that it will be exhibiting at ad:tech San Francisco
taking place March 26-27, 2014.

The company will be showcasing some of its exciting new initiatives at the
event (booth #2418), including its mobile pay-per-call and pre-roll video
networks and its enterprise-ready Krillion® local shopping platform.

The Krillion platform powers the company’s popular Havvit™ mobile shopping app
that supports busy, local consumers, enabling them to track savings, compare
prices and find products nearby, all from their selected favorite stores and
brands. One of the first shopping apps of its kind designed for iOS® 7, the
free app makes shopping and product discovery fun and more efficient for the
increasing number of consumers using smartphones to shop both at home and
on-the-go. Download the iOS 7-compatible Havvit app from iTunes®
(http://bit.ly/1d8Y111).

Local Corporation offers a variety of advertising solutions across mobile and
desktop, intended to drive additional revenue for publishers and targeted
reach for advertisers with the intention of increasing consumer engagement.

ad:tech is an interactive advertising and technology conference and exhibition
that covers the entire digital marketing ecosystem. For more information,
visitwww.ad-tech.com.

About Local Corporation

Local Corporation (NASDAQ:LOCM) is a leading local advertising and technology
company that connects businesses with approximately a million online and
mobile consumers each day using a variety of innovative digital advertising
products. For more information, visit: http://www.localcorporation.com.

About ad:tech

ad:tech’s worldwide events blend keynote speakers, topic-driven panels and
workshops to provide industry professionals with the tools and techniques they
need to compete in a changing world. ad:tech is owned by dmg events, which was
founded in 1989 and now organizes over 80 events in 25 countries each year.
Headquartered in Stamford, Conn., it is currently active in North America, the
Middle East, North Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia, employing more than 300
staff. For more information on dmg events, visitwww.dmgevents.com.

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combine to determine our revenues for any given period. Our traffic volume
alone for a period should not be viewed as demonstrative of our financial
results for such period.

Contact:

Investor Relations and Media Relations:
Local Corporation
Cameron Triebwasser, 949-789-5223
ctriebwasser@local.com
 
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