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Advertising in NorthBay biz is a proven way to increase your business. It's flexible, cost-effective and, most importantly, targets your customers in Marin, Napa, and Sonoma County.

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NorthBay biz top line Demographics:

  • Average age of our readers is 49.
  • 88% are company owners, managers or executives.
  • They're highly educated:

    68% have a 4-year college degree and 30% a post-graduate degree
  • And they have money to spend:

    Our readers average household income is $213,800. Their average net worth is $2,044,000.

An advertisement delivers a rifle-shot approach to your marketing efforts. Your advertising dollar works harder for you because there's no wasted distribution. With biz, your advertising is targeted to pinpoint your best customers, and your message is delivered with impact via a 4-color glossy magazine format that best illustrates and flatters your product. Best of all, your message has a longer shelf life than a daily newspaper.

 

To see all the details about how advertising in NorthBay biz can benefit your business, have a media kit e-mailed to you instantly. Or, if you'd prefer a printed copy by mail, call us at (707) 575-8282, and we'll get one sent out to you right away.

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