Local Media BundleRead more
Proven and innovative local news and information service “in a box”.
News appRead more
Create a one-to-one user experience where you can change news’ sources, personal filters and menus in seconds.
Local OffersRead more
Swift and super-easy tool to add and aggregate social media content from local stores and businesses.Local offers is now included in our new business package, and our customers love the easiness and additional exposure of their Facebook or Instagram posts.
Highly flexible platform for user created content categories such as classifieds and greetings.We’ve worked really hard to make this as inexpensive, seamless and special as possible. Really proud of how every single department at The Dallas Morning News chipped in to get us from zero to product in a couple weeks. And big props to Innocode for accommodating on a ridiculous deadline.
Today anybody can publish their own content. This has created a rich environment of local content sources that can be aggregated and presented to your audience.
Aggregate and present events from local and regional organizations. Create high user value and new revenue streams.The Calendar enabled us to become the one-stop for local events. It gives us many options for monetization and is loved by the organizers.
A scalable platform to aggregate, distribute, and present commercial content.
A new way to create value for you, the user and local communities. Collect and present highly relevant content from self-publishing services and content created on the platform.
A modern and highly flexible platform that will automate and modernize production and the presentation and give the advertiser a great user experience.Innocode Classifieds gave us 50% growth in the first 3 months after launch and the work involved is reduced to a few minutes.
Citizen AppRead more
This is how we facilitate citizen dialogue, vibrant communities and sustainability.
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We believe in vibrant communities and sustainability
Imagine a service that ties communities closer together, provides an overview of what is happening where people live and shortens the distance between citizen and local government.
Webinar: Learn how this Norwegian city improved citizen dialogue and engagement dramatically while saving money
Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL) is an “accidental professional association” that began in Portland, Oregon in 2012 with a 16 member dinner group. Today, ELGL has grown to over 4800 members from all 50 states plus Canada, UK, Israel, and Australia.