April 1, 2000




LEGISLATIVE ROUNDUP: Internet bills mount

And USPS rate case could revive interest in postal reform bill
Consumer privacy, particularly as it relates to the Internet, is among the more heated issues brewing on Capitol Hill these days.
In February, for instance, Sen. Robert Torricelli (D-NJ) …

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July 1, 2000




The start of start-ups

This month’s question
How did you get the idea to start your catalog, and what were your first steps?
A good idea for a business can come from anywhere. When asked the origin of the ideas for their catalogs, some …

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July 1, 2000




YOUR NEW TECHNOLOGY

Your new business requires more sophisticated technology to connect print, online, and retail worlds
Saying that technology drives catalog marketing is an understatement. In spite of some fits and starts, technology – especially digital technology – continues to have an …

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July 1, 2000




YOUR NEW FINANCIAL PLAN

A detailed profit and loss statement for each channel – and for each store location and catalog title – gives you the best handle on resource allocation and employee responsibilities
The print catalog landscape is quickly changing to incorporate new …

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July 1, 2000




LIST ROUNDTABLE: Time to pay brokers differently?

Is the traditional brokerage commission structure outmoded? The most recent Catalog Age benchmark survey on lists shows that more respondents than ever pay commissions of less than 20% (once the standard compensation) on their list orders – but at the same …

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July 1, 2000




EXCHANGES: Sharing less with their rivals

Some exchange less because fewer competitive lists are available
Are catalogers becoming reluctant to share names with their competitors? Opinions of sources are somewhat mixed, but the Catalog Age Benchmark 2000 Report on Lists (see June issue, page 63) indicates that the …

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March 1, 2000




Postal reform: Will it take a fire?

It’s a given that conventional mailboxes will be a lot less crowded in the new millennium. Consider the following items:
The Internet could eventually usher in a day when almost all those envelopes will contain advertisements, and the majority of …

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March 1, 2000




E-MAIL MARKETING: Beware the spam blockers

Catalogers reaching out to their customers by e-mail have a new obstacle in their way: spam blockers. At least three e-mail providers – Yahoo!, Hotmail, and Netaddress – have offered incoming-mail filters to their e-mail subscribers.
These filters act as …

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June 1, 2000




Slipcover maker turns mailer

Inspired by mushrooming slipcover sales, $80 million manufacturer/ wholesaler Sure Fit plans to aggressively pursue the consumer market for slipcover products through its catalog and Website.
In 1997, Sure Fit launched its first mail order catalog (Slipcovers by Mail, circulation 10,000), and its …

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June 1, 2000




CIRCULATION PLANS: Holiday Bravery

Holiday mailings will rise – but not to beat the rate hike
Indicators point to a heavy load of catalogs in mailboxes this holiday season. Consider that respondents to the Benchmark 2000 survey on lists plan large circulation increases this year …

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