The release of AOL 9.0, with its new personalized adaptive filters, and similar services from other Internet service providers (ISPs) has opened a new
2004 presented e-mail marketers with many new challenges while confirming the value and significance of the email channel. What happened with e-mail medium in 2004? Were response rates up or down? How did consumer perceptions of email change or evolve? How have technology solutions and federal legislation impacted the volume of spam?
Business-to-business marketers have used private promotional databases to improve response and better target their mailings since the early 1980s. Now, says Linda Huntoon, executive vice president, of Greenwich, CT-based list services firm Direct Media, consumer merchants are starting to take advantage of them as well.
Recency, frequency, and monetary (RFM) database segmentation has been proven to work. Yet many smaller companies
The twin cities of Minnesota are home not only to The Mall of America but also to scores of catalogers. So Catalog Age figured that Minneapolis-St. Paul
If you send e-mails to your customers with any degree of regularity, be on your guard. In the months since the Can-Spam Act was enacted in January, the
Hotels aren’t the only businesses that buy linens, paper towels, and cleaning supplies. Funeral parlors need many of the same products. So hospitality
Many catalogers dismiss subscription lists as a profitable way to reach prospects. But for catalogers, particularly business-to-business mailers, that
Internet protocol (IP) telephony has come into its own during the past 12-18 months. For several years now, smaller catalogers have been able to use the