California Media manages some of the most organically searched and directly visited city-specific domains in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through a network of the most technically advanced geo-targeted website properties, they are a direct advertising connection to millions of residents and consumers throughout Silicon Valley, The Peninsula, The East Bay and Marin County.
Locally owned and operated, these geodomain sites are kept current with the most complete business directories, calendar of events, local interviews and news stories making them the website of choice for both the local community and visitors to the area.
With a network of more than 14 geographically targeted geodomains, leading-edge SEO/SEM technologies, and partnerships with other geo-targeted websites leaders, California Media offers your business optimum exposure to the largest pool of Northern California consumers.
Contact California Media for:
- Targeted Regional Advertising in Northern California
- Full-Service Ad Campaign Management
- Professional Bay Area Customer Service Representatives
- Outreach to Millions of Pre-Qualified Customers Each Month
Because our sites are the name of the city followed by the top-level domain ".com", a major source of our traffic is from direct visitors. With this direct "type-in" traffic (to "City.com"), our brands deliver qualified traffic without having to be over dependent on the Search Engines. Although there are now many domain's, ".com's" continue to be the most popular and trusted domain.
Much like a search engine, but specific to "City.com", California Media’s sites includes a comprehensive City Directory for local businesses that is easy to navigate and provides detailed listings that both locals and travelers are looking for. Local businesses have the ability to provide detailed information and update our Calendar of Events with their special occasions and promotional events.
Search Engine Traffic
Search Engine traffic is still critical and natural URL's with relevant content rank high for users searching for specific terms. When users do see links that include the natural "City.com" address, they are more likely to click and visit that site. And once they get there, they are more likely to trust the information they see from the "City.com" site.