This hyperlocal blog focuses on Indian people in Tri Valley area of San Francisco Bay Area - outer east bay.
Trivalleydesi.com reaches every second or third Indian family in the Tri Valley area (see in-set above) - helping them connect to each other in matters of child care, household help, education, events, etc.
Having your name/logo/message reach these many eyeballs is a great opportunity for awareness, brand building, and simply for steering traffic to your business/website.
Content and Reach
As of April 2022 is has 6000+ users (Dec 2018 it had 4,000 Registered Users, 4,350 Posts, 5,250 Comments, 306,000 Words in Posts and 121,000 Words in Comments, and 193 Categories). Another 1200 subscribe to RSS feeds.
There are average 1000 Daily page loads, 400 daily visitors, and 80 repeat visitors (based on Web Analytics software Statcounter), and growing.
On average there are 15 posts every week, which are emailed as a digest to all registered members once a week, and 2-3 times a week to RSS subscribers.
About the site
Trivalleydesi was created in 2009, and over past many years it has served as a very active, one-of-its-kind message board that has really helped the small and home based businesses connect with residents who have been in turn looking for services. It is a top result site for many search queries when it comes to Indians and services in Trivalley area.
Just browse through the pages/blogs through years to get a better idea.
The site only allows content that is local, that is then curated, and properly categorized. It also keeps spam and frivolous comments away.
It creates an experience which is serious, purposeful and useful for the local community. In the last eleven years, it has helped foster a good
people to people connection, as well as has helped many small businesses to bring forth their services in front of the community at large.
As a business or service provider, you now have an option to support this community site and also give some continuous exposure to your name/logo,
and stay in front of it's growing visitors.
The $s mostly go towards supporting the hosting costs (the site recently moved to it's own dedicated server due to increased user base and increasing content/data), and provides
a way for you to engage further with the community (there is a limit on how often you can normally post).
Currently new sponsor images are being added to the left column (if you see the site on a PC).
If you want to do a post, click here (free - once in 3 months).
If you want add to the business directory, click here (free - limited to directory list).
If you want to be a sponsor, continue here.
So how does it work? Enter your email below and click next.
According to 2010 US Cencus:
Dublin has 3,116 Asian-Indians, i.e 6.8% of total population
Pleasanton has 5,214 Asian-Indians, i.e 7.4% of total population
Livermore has 1,578 Asian-Indians, i.e 1.9% of total population
San Ramon has 8,179 Asian-Indians, i.e 11.3% of total population
Danville has 745 Asian-Indians, i.e 1.8% of total population
Total about 20,000 - and anecdotally going by how many more have moved to this area in last ten years, the figures are now closer to 50,000.
The 2020 Census figures have this area's population growing by 40-50%, and majority of that increase has been Asians, specifically Indians.
TrivalleyDesi has 6350 registered users - about 1200 people subscribe to the RSS feed, and many still have just commented (and follow the posts) or are active readers.
With an average family size of 4, this easily represents that the reach of this site easily is every third or forth Indian family in the Tri-Valley area
If you offer any service for locals, or are on online business looking for a high income niche, you can't go wrong by gaining exposure on trivalleydesi.com and supporting the site.