City Issue Invite

You're invited to find out more about having you and your business showcased on our upcoming City Issue!

What are the benefits of being an In The Know Local neighborhood host?

The benefit of becoming an In The Know Local neighborhood host? Being celebrated, showcased, seen and recognized!

The benefit to your neighborhood? Your favorite local businesses, the ones that really need our support right now will get shout outs and love thanks to you. It's a win/win. Every time we mention one of your local favorites - we mention you - so everyone gets a bump in awareness and a powerful endorsement from In The Know Local!

Why do we do this? Our day jobs are Marketing Director and Designers but our side gig is giving as much love as we can to local businesses. But since we can't be in every city and in every neighborhood we need the help of local professionals (that's you!).

Is there a fee? There is a sponsorship fee of $99 that gives you about $1,000 worth of marketing. As a city host you'll get your own In The Know Local magazine cover, a full webpage article with links and keywords Google loves and you'll also get our "As Seen In" In The Know Local JPG badge you can show off on your website, social channels and email blasts. And what's more, since we put paid ads behind each of our city hosts you'll be seen by 20,000+ viewers on Facebook.

For less than $100 you get all that PLUS you can feel great paying it forward and helping the small businesses you love be celebrated in a way that will drive people to their door.

So yaya for all of our local hosts - you're doing good by the good people in your city!

Ready to be a local superhero? Great, email us at, tell us a few things about you and your business and we'll send you the link to your Host Q+A and next steps!

Suggested Reading

Ty Polastri In The Know Local TahoeTheresa Baird In The Know Local Spring 2021 MississaugaAmit Ambegaonkar's In The Know Local Magazine CoverRita Zietsma In The Know Local Burlington Lori Johnson's In The Know Local Magazine CoverCatherine Oaks