LOCQL is a location-based Question & Answer website and mobile app that uses social networks to help people get and give answers to any question about any place in the world.
LOCQL focuses exclusively on location-based information, building a continuously improving knowledge base and answer set through a collective-intelligence ranking and feedback design. By establishing a narrow focus and making quality answers a priority, LOCQL is able to provide a more efficient and effective way to find relevant answers to location-specific questions.
|Mar 26, 2012||The Next Web - LOCQL Debuts 'Visual Discovery' iPhone App Discoverful|
|Aug 10, 2011||USA Today Money - Q&A sites take search to the next level|
|Aug 10, 2011||content.usatoday.com - Question sites answers not always there|
|Aug 10, 2011||ABC News - Tech - Google Competition: Ask, ChaCha, Aardvark, LOCQL Have Real People Answer Questions|
|Jul 6, 2011||Venture Beat - Quest for a better answer online|
|Jun 27, 2011||Business Insider (tech) - The Future of Search Does Not Favor Google|
|Jun 20, 2011||SlideShare - Slideshare|
|Jun 7, 2011||TechCrunch - Exclusive: Microsofties Debut Local Q&A Site LOCQL (Ahead Of Hipster)|
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