Media coverage roundup

Lots of blogs covered our beta launch yesterday.  Here are some highlights:

•  Erick Schonfeld at TechCrunch got things started late on Tuesday evening.  TechCrunch is one of the most widely read blogs covering the Web industry.

•  The Washington Post’s Kim Hart wrote about us for the Post I.T. blog, and the newspaper’s WashBiz blog also noted our launch.

•  VentureBeat weighed in with a Chris Morrison story; the blog is a leading source of news for venture capitalists.

•  Darlene Darcy covered the news for the Washington Business Journal.

•  Several of the top analysts in the local-search industry wrote about us: Peter Krasilovsky, Greg Sterling, Mike Boland, and Andrew Shotland.  Peter’s post was also picked up by the Kelsey Group’s blog, where he works with Mike.

•  We were excited to get coverage from local bloggers here in the Washington, DC area: Nick O’Neill of Social Times; Jimmy Gardner of East Coast Blogging; Frank Gruber of Somewhat Frank; Jessie Newburn at Hometown Columbia.

•  Also we heard from Adam Metz at MetzMash, who focuses on social media; John Gartner at MarketingShift, an online marketing blog; the folks at KillerStartups;  and TLCStudio.

Thanks, everyone, for being interested in Loladex.  Did you see coverage anywhere else?  Let us know …


  1. Awesome stuff, Lawrence. Congrats on the great coverage.

  2. sorry – meant “Laurence”