The Home Improvement Guide, a direct mail advertising magazine based in Los Angeles, announces the opening of two new zones in San Diego, CA.
Online PR News – 18-September-2011 – Los Angeles, California – The Home Improvement Guide, a direct mail advertising magazine based in Los Angeles, announces the opening of two new zones in San Diego, CA.
The Home Improvement Guide is a digest-size direct mail magazine based in Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2007, the magazine has been steadily expanding throughout California. In May of 2011 the company announced they will be expanding their magazine to reach an additional 200,000 homes in the San Diego area. All recipients are single-dwelling homes with a median income of $70,000/yr and up.
The new distributions in San Diego are divided into two zones: Northern and Southern San Diego. Each zone is then split into two mailings which are then delivered in two phases throughout the month. The addition of these two zones increases the total mailings from The Home Improvement Guide to over 1,200,000 households per month.
Each magazine features at most two companies of the same trade, creating limited competition and providing the advertiser with greater customer response. Each company is screened and certified by The Home Improvement Guide. The home improvement magazine is printed in full color on high quality glossy paper in a convenient half-page size. Beautiful advertisements are hand crafted in-house and provided to advertisers free of charge.
The Home Improvement Guide is based out of the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. It's the greatest way to for homeowners to connect to qualified contractors in their area.
Founded in 2007, The Home Improvement Guide offers the best solution for connecting homeowners with qualified professionals.
This convenient size, full color, high quality advertising magazine features construction and home improvement-related companies and their services.
It is distributed free of charge for the recipients and mailed monthly to carefully selected neighborhoods in 11 zones of the greater Los Angeles area reaching over 1,100,000 homes.