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Consumers may be buying less in the tight economy, but you can’t say catalogers weren’t trying. Catalog Tracker received 353 catalogs in January, up 11% from the 317 delivered to its mailbox in the same month of 2007.
It appears more consumers are embracing outdoor activity. Or at least they’re dressing the part. In the fourth quarter of 2007, there were 10.6 million
Maybe running its own retail stores isn’t such a Mickey Mouse idea for the Walt Disney Co. after all.
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The first question Yankee Candle asks when it’s looking at its buyer file is how much it can spend to market to a customer and still break even.
That’s why matchbacks are so important to the firm. If it understands a consumer
When it comes to social networking, Eastwood may have a head start.
What began as a session on how home decor merchant Williams-Sonoma uses customer data to form its contact strategies turned into a debate about the pros and cons of catalog opt-out services.
Pet-care products cataloger Doctors Foster and Smith is getting ready for its close up.
Slowing sales should be a signal to cut back on prospecting, right? Wrong. See why the co-ops are reminding catalogers to continue mailing in a soft economy.
ATD-American, a direct merchant of business and institutional furniture and equipment, announced Jan. 31 that it has acquired a similar business-to-business