New York, July 28, 2008– Giant Realm, Inc., the rapidly growing online media company reaching men 18-34, today announced that it now reaches 5.3 million unique visitors in the United States, according to the latest data from comScore’s June 2008 Media Metrix report.
The report also shows Giant Realm at #4 in the U.S. for the Gaming Information Subcategory in comScore, while total page views for Giant Realm are now up to 67 million for the U.S. and 120 million worldwide.
The company has been building an exclusive publisher group of enthusiast sites which reach fans of the most popular genres of videogames, film, and TV, as well as other forms of entertainment. Having reached critical mass, Giant Realm is introducing many new advertisers to the millions of young men in these environments.
“We’ve developed a successful strategy of selectively bringing sites into the Giant Realm Publisher Group, with the criteria of having highly focused content, active communities and dedicated audiences,” said James Green, CEO, Giant Realm, Inc.“Data from multiple tracking services supports this successful expansion, as Giant Realm is fast becoming known as an online media company which can reach the men who are spending less time on portals, and more time in these fragmented entertainment communities.”
About Giant Realm, Inc.
New York-based Giant Realm, Inc. ( www.GiantRealm.com) is a rapidly-growing online media company which helps marketers reach the male 18-34 demographic that has disappeared from the traditional media landscape and online portals. GiantRealm.com and its growing publisher group deliver authentic content and community for enthusiasts of entertainment platforms within video gaming, television, film, music and humor. The company exclusively represents all websites that are part of the Giant Realm Publisher Group and offers its publishers the ability to monetize 100% of their ad inventory. According to Google Analytics, Giant Realm currently reaches over 20 million individuals worldwide every month. Giant Realm’s shareholders include SoftBank Capital, Comcast Interactive Capital, the William Morris Agency and the Edison Venture Fund.
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