Local Corporation Launches nFuse™, Hyperlocal, Data-Driven Mobile Ad Solution, Powered by Krillion®

  Local Corporation Launches nFuse™, Hyperlocal, Data-Driven Mobile Ad
  Solution, Powered by Krillion®

                  Pilot Ad Campaigns Running in Two Markets

ad:tech San Francisco 2014

Business Wire

IRVINE, Calif. -- March 26, 2014

Local Corporation (NASDAQ: LOCM), a leading local advertising and technology
company, today announced the launch of nFuse, its hyperlocal, data-driven
mobile ad solution, powered by the company’s Krillion® local shopping

The company’s powerful, location-aware mobile ad solution allows national and
regional brands to more effectively engage with on-the-go consumers through
location-based rich media ads that use a consumer’s current location to
retrieve nearby local store information, and up-to-the-minute product,
pricing, and in-stock availability details.

“By combining the power of hyper-local targeting with dozens of dynamic data
elements and features from the Krillion platform, we are pushing the use of
local data in advertising to new levels, providing a more intelligent rich
advertising solution that we believe will allow retailers to drive consumer
engagement and influence more cross-channel purchases,” said Sherry
Thomas-Zon, vice president of local shopping, Local Corporation.

The first pilot campaigns utilizing the new solution have already been
launched in two regional markets on behalf of a large national retailer. Local
Corporation developed and designed this more engaging interactive ad unit to
meet the retailer’s goal of driving high-intent mobile consumers both online
and in-store.

Dynamic data elements and user actions available through nFuse include:
time-zone adjusted store hour messaging, maps, image galleries for promoted
categories, updated sale pricing, and an opt-in calendar feature for future
sale reminders.

Local Corporation is partnering with leading independent global mobile ad
network, InMobi on the integration and delivery of the mobile ad campaign.
InMobi is the world's largest independent mobile ad network, engaging 759
million consumers across 165 countries.

The new nFuse solution is powered by Krillion’s local shopping platform, which
aggregates, normalizes and distributes dynamic, national and regional retail
shopping content, from approximately 120,000 store locations, representing
nearly 3 million localized products.

The company will be introducing nFuse and other exciting products this week at
ad:tech San Francisco (booth #2418), March 26-27, 2014.

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.

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Investor Relations and Media Relations Contact:
Local Corporation
Cameron Triebwasser, 949-789-5223
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