Middleburg, VA (July
10, 2018) - Over the years, we have been asked
many times; whose maps are better: TRUCKADS®
Market Maps or NIELSEN® DMA® maps; otherwise known
as Designated Market Areas.
Both mapping systems are effective
for creating successful ad campaigns.
Both mapping systems cover the entire U.S. without overlapping
market boundaries and are practically identical
for each market throughout the U.S. In addition,
both use county lines as boundaries between
markets, with the exception of a couple of
markets that share a county. TRUCKADS® Designated
Market Maps (on truckads.com) are available to the public
for free and are easy to use and to navigate
from market to market.
Our mapping system illustrates where
the markets are located in each state and the
boundaries between each adjacent market.
We believe our designated market maps and corresponding
data are the best geographic media market tools
available on the internet today. They provide
immediate and valuable detailed marketing information about
each media market; including zip codes, cities,
counties, states, population, population rank and
TV stations. For over 12 years, TRUCKADS® has
displayed its Designated Market Maps to the public
at no cost; whereas, NIELSEN® DMA maps and data
are hidden from public view and only available for
sale at a steep price.
To complement our free Designated Market Maps, TRUCKADS®
ZIP CODE data in Excel format at an affordable price – which
is substantially less, than offered by
TRUCKADS® supports and promotes the advertising
industry by publishing its Designated
Market Maps and Zip Code data to advertising agencies,
media buyers and the general public. We look forward
to your continued visits.