Size Matters

The size of In The Hills means there is fully 60% more space – and impact – for our advertisers’ full, half and quarter page ads than in conventionally-sized magazines.

At In The Hills, we’re proud that the region’s top real estate agents feature their properties in our pages.

And we’re delighted when these agents tell us over and over again that when their customers “fluff” their homes for sale, it’s invariably In The Hills that takes pride of place on their coffee tables.

Our over-sized format not only attracts attention, it gives us room to go beyond the fun stuff (though we offer plenty of that) to provide in-depth and insightful coverage of the local issues that define this community.

What’s in it for you?

For our advertisers, that engaging content makes for devoted readers who spend concentrated time with every issue.

And the size of In The Hills means there is fully 60% more space – and impact – for our advertisers’ full, half and quarter page ads than in conventionally-sized magazines.

But it’s not just our content and format that’s large. Our direct-to-door circulation of 40,000 homes in Headwaters is double that of any other local magazine.

So it’s no wonder that so many of the region’s most successful businesses continue to make In The Hills their long-term advertising choice.

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