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Responding to a recent article in the New York Times that accused list firm/data services provider infoUSA of questionable practices, the Direct Marketing Association issued a reminder to its members to follow DMA guidance regarding the use of marketing data.
Boston–Direct Marketing Association president/CEO John A. Greco Jr. wants to make it clear that he is not opposed to separate organizations popping up to help the catalog industry.
Boston–During his Tuesday morning keynote address, L.L. Bean chairman and former president Leon Gorman recalled his grandfather
Boston–Though Web analytics is nothing new, it
With its acquisition of the Impromptu Gourmet catalog, M&S Fine Foods isn
Bass Pro Shops is not just about rugged outdoorsmen, and it wants women to know that.
PetSmart sold its State Line Tack equine assets to Pets United, a privately held holding company for a multichannel merchant of pet and equine products.
After 17 years of flying the friendly skies, SkyMall is hitting the road. The co-op cataloger, whose print book is distributed via airplane seat pockets,
Not too long ago, the relationship between list firms and the cooperative list services was about as friendly as that of the Hatfields and the McCoys.
But as targeted mailings become ever more important in light of the U.S. Postal Service’s May 14 rate increase, more list firms are seeking to have their lists optimized by the co-ops.
It’s a relatively small change, but it signifies the growing strength of the company’s brand: Victorian Trading Co. has renamed its Victoria Greetings