Introducing Livability.com: Featuring America's Best Places to Live

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For the more than 35 million Americans, who will relocate this year, Livability.com will become an invaluable free resource. This new relocation and lifestyle portal from Journal Communications provides unsurpassed community profiles and information on more than 200 of the most livable cities in the country. The site presents an in-depth look at the “livability” of a community through detailed research, unique tools, original photography, and real video interviews with business leaders, shop owners, and local residents of the community. Site also includes free job and real estate listings, moving tools, DIY articles, Home and Garden features, and Top 10 lists.

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Livability.com is about more than just moving—it’s about creating a new life, the site goes beyond simply providing basic information, giving you a true sense of the lifestyle. It's an indsider's guide to America's Best Places to Live!

Livability.com showcases America's best places to live and most livable cities. This free online resource for the more than n 35 million Americans, who will relocate this year, Livability.com will become an invaluable free resource. This new relocation and lifestyle portal from Journal Communications provides unsurpassed community profiles and information on more than 200 of the most livable cities in the country.

Based on the premise that relocation is more than just about moving—it’s about creating a new life, the site goes beyond simply providing basic information, giving you a true sense of the lifestyle. It provides an in-depth look at the “livability” of a community through detailed research, unique tools, original photography, and real video interviews with business leaders, shop owners, and local residents of the community.

“This web site is hugely beneficial to individuals, who are considering a job in a new city, recent college graduates, who are planning their future, and seniors, who are contemplating where to retire,” says John Hood, Chief Livability Officer.

The company worked closely with Chambers of Commerce around the country to conduct research on the quality of life in a city. Below are some examples of the breadth of information visitors will discover on the communities profiled on Livability.com:
•Economic Environment
•Free Job Listings
•Free Real Estate Listings                        
•Culture                                        
•Home and Garden Info
•Schools/Education                                            
•DIY Projects
•Population
•Health Care
•Business
•Moving Tools                        
•Community Amenities
This depth of information enables an individual to make informed decisions and transition into their new life seamlessly. And by using the tool “My-Livability,” users can store and organize all their information right online, as well as share articles, photos, and videos with family and friends through their own custom page.

Sponsors Mayflower and United Van Lines have also contributed valuable moving expertise to the site. Not only do they contribute content like moving tips and checklists, an individual can receive free moving quotes from these companies directly through Livability.com.

“We can showcase and write with authority about what makes a particular city special,” explains Hood. “Every city has a personality and we try to bring that personality to life, so that someone moving to that area gets an idea what it's really like to live in and belong to the community.”

Journal Communications Inc. is a Franklin, Tenn.-based custom print and web media company founded in 1988 by an investor group that included Pulitzer Prize winner Alex Haley, author of Roots. More than 20 years, three offices and hundreds of magazines later, Journal’s corporate mission still reflects Alex’s motto: “Find the good – and praise it.”

Journal Communications specializes in print and online publishing. Our integrated media delivery solutions include community guides, economic development guides, video, agribusiness publications and custom web solutions. Clients include more than 100 chambers of commerce and economic development organizations.

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