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Where is Everybody? A Population Map of the USA

January 9, 2013

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An interactive population map was recently released on Gizmodo.com.  How do businesses, governments, and researchers use population maps?  MarketMAPS takes a look.    Brandon M Anderson is the mind behind this interactive digital map.  Using population data from the 2010 US Census, Brandon created a zoom-able map that represents each US resident with a single […]

Census Data Shows The Best Places to Find Jobs

December 19, 2012

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Newly released census data can help out-of-work Americans find jobs in a few of Florida’s best cities.  It can also help businesses locate new customers and new employees.  MarketMAPS takes a look.    According to recently publicized census data, Tallahassee is one of the best places for young people to find work in all of […]

How Businesses Benefit from Demographic Targeting

July 27, 2012

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MarketMAPS publishes the most accurate demographic maps available.  Although, many businesses still don’t know how to use demographic maps or what purposes they serve.  Many companies are unaware of the benefits of using demographic targeting in their business strategies.  Today, MarketMAPS explores how businesses benefit from demographic maps and demographic targeting.  So, take a seat and […]

Census Report Reveals Varying Degrees of US Internet Access

July 25, 2012

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A recent report released by the US Census Bureau shows the varying degrees of internet access across the US.  Based on the 2010 Census, about 75% of homes in the US have internet access—although some states are well above (and below) that number.  MarketMAPS takes a look at the US’s internet access and how knowing […]