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Advertise in Shaker Life and tap into the buying power of Shaker Heights residents.

Shaker Life explores the many reasons why Shaker Heights is Cleveland’s most desirable and prestigious suburb. We focus on quality of life — the people, neighborhoods, homes and real estate, schools, natural beauty, and recreational and cultural amenities. We also highlight the City’s focus on redevelopment of its commercial districts into thriving mixed-use neighborhoods.

Shaker Life advertisers have the unique opportunity to reach a very special market: approximately 16,500 homes and hundreds of businesses in the Shaker Heights City School District. The combined educational, professional, and income profile is exceptional (see below). An additional 2,500 copies are mailed or delivered to real estate companies, universities, law firms, hospitals and corporations, reaching that difficult to find but very fruitful, affluent relocation market.

Shaker Life offers 100% saturation of this valuable eastside market, including opportunities for advertising on shaker.life, the new Shaker Life website.

Our Audience

  • 65% of Shaker’s residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher.

  • More than 50% of Shaker’s population is between 21 and 62 years old. The median age is 41, and the median household income is nearly $77,000.

  • Every year, Shaker residents invest millions of dollars in additions, alterations, and maintenance to their homes and gardens.

  • 63% of Shaker’s working residents are in management, business, science, or the arts.

  • The average sale price of a Shaker home is $272,800.

  • Circulation: 18,000 with readership of 40,000

Web Specifications

shaker.life accepts the following format and size.

Advertising specs for home page ad for the shaker.life website. Size: 250x300 pixels; format: JPEG, PNG, GIF

Print Specifications

Download a 2017 advertising rate card and digital ad file specifications for the print edition of Shaker Life.

Contact

Contact John Moore, 216-721-4300, to inquire about our introductory rate for a homepage ad or to speak about advertising in the print magazine.