Advertising on the HomeTownLocator Gazetteer is an easy and inexpensive way to reach a carefully targeted audience.
1. What are the interests and characteristics of the HomeTownLocator audience?
It’s a well educated, adult U.S. audience with more women than men. Their interests include:
See the Quantcast HomeTownLocator Audience Profile for more information about our visitor demographics and their interests.
2. How many people visit the HomeTownLocator Gazetteers each month?
As you would expect, the most populace states tend to get the largest number of visitors.
3. How do I target a particular page or section of our HomeTownLocator Gazetteer?
See What is placement targeting? in Google AdWords Help for complete instructions on how to target a particular page, section or even the entire site.
4. How much does it cost?
The cost per 1,000 ad impressions (CPM) averages less then $10, but it may be higher or lower for specific pages and it may vary with the time of year. CPM ads may be either text or image ads, and are always placement-targeted. CPM text ads will expand to take up the entire ad unit. See Ad Formats.
5. How do I get started?
If you are a NEW Google AdWords client, you can get professional, personalized help - individually tailored to your needs - for free. Call 1-877-721-1742 (Mon - Fri, 9am - 9pm ET). Be sure to tell the Google AdWords consultant that you want to do Placement Targeting on HomeTownLocator (see #3 above).
The Demographic Data for the 4,014 Ohio cities, towns, counties, ZIP Codes and Census Designated Places (CDPs) profiled in this gazetteer is updated annually. Last Update: July 1, 2014.
The ZIP Code maps and the data regarding the number of residential and business addresses in each ZIP Code are updated four times per year. Last Update: August 1, 2014.
The information on the 67,956 Ohio Physical, Cultural and Historic Features is updated six times per year. Last Update: October 5, 2014.
The School Attendance Zone Maps for 2,768 Ohio public schools are updated four times per year. Last Update: October 6, 2014.