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Chuck Reynolds is always on the bleeding edge when it comes to using location based social sites, and even better in educating business how to use.  In this post he explores FourSquare and does a great job of showing why business need to start caring.
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from pkenjora 1597 Days ago #
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It sounds like a great bridge between brick and mortar and the social space. I've been thinking about trying it, has anyone gotten any deals from FourSquare yet?



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from chuckreynolds 1597 Days ago #
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Paul - what do you mean by deals?  I've gotten happy hour prices anytime at CK's in Ahwatukee being the mayor and had a discount while in NYC because I checked in on Foursquare.

There are a few places I've seen in Az that have deals but hoping for more as time goes on :)



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from CIKMarketing 1583 Days ago #
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Do you think Foursquare will ever take of in smaller, rural communities? I'm aware of the benefits and marketing genius of it in large urban centres, but in smaller communities, such as my own, Foursquare doesn't even seem to be on the radar for businesses.



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from seobusiness 1582 Days ago #
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CIK, well at least you can dominate your smaller local market by getting mayorship all over...that or getting your clients started on it.



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