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Statistics
Unique monthly visitors

29,219

Average page views

78,151

Average visits

70%

E-newsletter

  • Yes, multiple newsletters

E-newsletter subscribers

1,205

Facebook followers

4267

Twitter followers

2408

Instagram followers

2485

Revenue

  • Less than $50,000

Primary revenue source(s)

  • Local advertising (including web and e-newsletter ads)

Ad products

  • Traditional Web display advertising sold directly by your organization
  • Social media services

Distribution

  • Direct to web/mobile

Date of most recent publisher update

05/12/2019

Last Publisher Update

  • 2016-03-06 22:27:59 UTC

MyVeronaNJ
Virginia Citrano

MyVeronaNJ writes for the people who now live in Verona, the people who want to live here, and the people who used to live here and still think of it as home. Headed by a professional journalist, MyVeronaNJ.com has engaged its community in creating content and become the dominant media source in this New York City suburb. Revenue: Advertising and subscriptions 

Who is in charge?

Virginia Citrano

Job title

Editor & Publisher

City

Verona

State

NJ

Zip code

07044

Year launched

2009

Tax status

  • LLC

Geographic scope

  • Small city or town

Other geographic focus

Verona, NJ

Population of coverage area

13,500

Scope of coverage

  • General news or a number of topics that are not necessarily closely related to each other

Primary focus

  • Current news and events

Topics of coverage

  • Education & schools
  • Entertainment & arts
  • Events in coverage area
  • Government
  • Sports & recreation

Other content topics

Residential Real Estate, Food, Local Business

Watchdog journalism?

  • Yes, occasional

Site Twitter handle

@myveronanj

Effective engagement practice

MyVeronaNJ actively uses Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and sends both a daily and a weekly newsletter. But most of our readers have us bookmarked and check the site daily.

In the news

Our stories consistently serve as the basis for stories in our print and online competition, but they rarely --if ever--note in their stories that the news was broken by MyVeronaNJ.com