Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
Businesses thrive on information. Important decisions rely on current, relevant and easy-to-source data. Locating a business, expanding into a new market, or relocating employees are business decisions that require specific and up-to-date location and census information. However, finding specific statistics on US cities and regions is often a long and arduous task and can involve wading through a number of websites both private and government.
What if an editor, researcher or student could go to one site and view information on more than 20,000 US cities, counties and towns? What if they could view an interactive map of that community and even view a zoom-able satellite image? How much time and energy could a site like that save?
To solve this problem, DPMG, a world leader in Internet business development, has pulled together a large amount of US census date, government information, private statistical data and local community research to create one website where information is easily accessible with the simple click of a mouse. The website, http://www.citybloc.com is simple to use and allows searchers to find communities by state, county or alphabetical city listing.
Linking to the state or community pages, business and academic researchers can easily find practical information on population; demographics such as median income, family sizes, housing density; sports teams; history; transportation; and interesting local and regional facts. Each Citybloc.com community page has a portal to other websites where viewers can access local media websites, local government information and other fascinating links.
For more information on the website please contact Kevin Michaluk at 204.982.0011