City-Data.com Forum Surpasses One Million Registered Members

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Relocation and general forums at a leading local and real estate information providing website reach 1,000,000 registered members.

One of the Web’s most widely read local information-focused communities has reached one million members on November 17, 2010. City-Data.com Forum (http://www.city-data.com/forum/) recorded 7,244,483 unique visitors in October as it continues to expand its wide reach.

The moderated forum provides a lively outlet for members to help each other with relocation issues and answer local or general queries. Many real estate agents also lend their expertise. The forum gradually expanded its focus from state and area-related forums to also cover multiple general-interest topics, such as renting, work, health, and business. Forum members can post photos, create blogs, rate posts, add friends, and customize their profiles. The forum was started in late 2005 and now it contains over 16 million posts.

With 13,816,492 unique visitors in October 2010 (Google Analytics), City-data.com (http://www.city-data.com/) is one of the Web’s top portals providing relocation and other local information. The profiles of U.S. and Canadian cities, zip codes, counties, states, and neighborhoods include everything from demographics, crime, and real estate transactions to photos and pollution data. Popular features include business search, political contributions, home value estimators, list of sex offenders, school profiles and test scores, weather forecasts, latest local news, and local business profiles.

City-Data.com is one of the websites operated by Illinois-based Advameg, Inc. Advameg (http://www.advameg.com/) specializes in providing comprehensive and authoritative reference material on a variety of topics combined with user-generated content. Some of its other websites include a photo dictionary, ranked lists creation and sharing service, film, business, and medical encyclopedias.

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