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ABOUT ePODUNK

About ePodunk

We believe in the power of place.

ePodunk provides in-depth information about more than 46,000 communities around the country, from Manhattan to Los Angeles, Pottstown to Podunk. Our listings also include geocoded information about thousands of parks, museums, historic sites, colleges, schools and other places across America.

ePodunk was launched in 1999 in Ithaca, NY, just east of the real Podunk, a community so small it doesn't appear on the U.S. Census Bureau's list of places. ePodunk was founded by journalists with years of experience in newspapers, online publishing and demographics.

Los Angeles-based Internet Brands acquired ePodunk in July of 2007. Internet Brands' sites deliver superior content, consumer insight and have received dozens of "best-in-class" awards.

Internet Brands´┐Ż home category websites span the lifecycle of home-related activities including housing selection, financing, purchasing, leasing and home improvement. With the acquisition of ePodunk, Internet Brands also provides valuable, traditionally hard-to-find information about individual neighborhoods to help people choose the best community for a vacation or a relocation.

For more information about ePodunk or its products, send us an email, at info@epodunk.com. Visit other Internet Brands home category websites:

Outpost Do it yourself Loan.com
LoanApp Do it yourself

MORE INFO
  • Sources
  • Power of place
  • The Tao of Podunk
  • AWARDS
  • Family Tree magazine names ePodunk one of 101 best web sites
  • MEDIA COVERAGE
  • Lakeland Ledger
  • USA Today
  • New York Times
     (archived)
  • Preservation Online
  • Ithaca Times

  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



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