Why You Should Advertise With Us

Cobb In Focus, we’re weaving business and community together with every issue. Cobb In Focus reaches 58,000 readers per issue and is released bi-monthly directly to Cobb’s leaders, business owners, government officials and community members. We consider living and working in Cobb County a privilege and with more companies and families making the move to Cobb, it’s clear that the county is thriving. Our magazine is a way to connect with other Cobb businesses; each issue celebrates the advantages of the community, while giving you the tools you need to flourish in your professional life.

Each issue is mailed directly by name to our subscribers so there is no wasted distribution and is a great marketing tool.

Circulation: 20,000

ReadershipCobb In Focus is a laser-targeted magazine that reaches 58,000 readers per issue.

Cobb Businesses:

  • Number of licensed businesses – 40,870
  • Government Agencies – 286
  • Good-Producing Industries – 2,522
  • Service-Producing Industries – 17,359
  • International Facilities – 471
  • Fortune 500 Headquarters – The Home Depot, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Genuine Parts
  • Major Employers – The Home Depot, Cobb County Public Schools, WellStar, Lockheed Martin, Cobb County Government
  • Largest Service-Producing Industry – Retail Trade
  • Largest Goods-Producing Industry – Construction

Cobb Residents:

  • County Population – 713,485
  • Median Household Income – $68,543
  • Median Home Value – $184,721
  • Cost of Living – 6.4% Below National Average

Focused Editorial
Small business success, advice from top CEOs, smart solutions, marketing strategies, important legislation

Outstanding academic programs, student performance, higher education

Arts & Recreation
Performing arts, tourism, parks and programs, museums

Healthy living tips, health care services, the latest research and technology

Your Community
News from throughout the county, including Cobb’s cities and neighborhoods

Look for these features:

  • Private/Public School Education
  • Cobb’s Houses of Higher Learning
  • Big Business Profiles
  • Small Business Profiles
  • Health Care in Cobb County
  • Community Development Projects


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