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We reach an audience of students and their parents that have cash to spend. Currently, 59% of our visitors earn a salary of $50,000 or more, and 47% of them $75,000 or more. (Demographic information updated third quarter 2010, covering previous 12 months.) The students we reach are smart — they attend some of the finest colleges and universities in the USA, such as MIT, the University of Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, Caltech, Johns Hopkins, Macalester, Tufts, Carleton, Willams, Amherst, and countless others.

There are more than a million full-time undergraduate students in the 420 schools we focus on. These are schools you can't target with any of the large Web sites. We offer specialty content that nobody else has and that every small college sports fan wants, so much so that two-thirds of our visitors frequent the site several times a week or daily.

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D3hoops.com

D3football.com is the only home for news about Division III football, and as we enter our 14th season, our reach has solidified into hundreds of programs and a rabid following, such that our front page is viewed more than 2.5 million times each season. The 2011 football season delivered 9.6 million page views and delivered just over 750,000 unique visitors. Our All-American team is one of just two listed in the NCAA's Division III football record book.
2011-12 page views: 9.6 million
Unique visitors: 753,000
Average visit length: 3:34
Page views per visit: 4.1
In-season: Aug. 1-Dec. 31

D3hoops.com has been around forever, in Internet time. The 2011-12 season was its 17th on the Web. We have been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Hartford Courant and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, as well as mentioned in other publications, including the New York Times. Our Top 25 poll has run in newspapers all over the country, including USA Today, and is referenced on the NCAA website.
2011-12 season page views: 7.03 million
Unique visitors: 475,000
Average visit length: 3:51
Page views per visit: 4.4
In-season: Oct. 1-March 31

 

If you would like a custom package quoted, please contact Pat Coleman at info@d3football.com or 612-237-4855.

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