October 1, 2004




For Mailers, the Dog Days of July

During the second quarter of 2004, Catalog Tracker, a service of Greenwich, CT-based list services firm Direct Media, received nearly 18% more consumer catalogs than it had during the comparable quarter of last year. But the third quarter got off to a …

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October 1, 2004




Accent Grave

“Hello! My name is Kelly. I very much wanting to be help you.” If that sounds familiar, and if your first thought on hearing it is, “Yeah, right — if your name is Kelly, my name is Arnold Schwarzenneger,” you’re not …

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October 1, 2004




New Catalog Targets Owners of Diminutive Dogs

Judging by the number of pint-size purebreds teetering along city sidewalks and poking their heads out of designer handbags, small dogs are big business. That’s why the founders of Pet Warehouse in August launched G.W. Little, a catalog of …

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October 1, 2004




listings

NEW LISTS
Eimicke Holiday Card Buyers
Nearly 18,000 small-business owners, executives, and professionals have bought holiday cards from the Eimicke catalog to send to clients and other business associates. They spend an average of $180 an order.
Cost: $120/M
Selects: state, SCF, …

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September 30, 2004




Mailing Secrets of the Business to Government

The U.S. government’s fiscal year ended last week. So now’s the time to work on boosting next year’s government sales.
Most business-to-business response lists – including those of conference attendees, catalog buyers, and magazine subscribers — have clusters of government …

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September 1, 1999




PROSPECTING: Searching for more seniors

More catalogers are anxious to market to this booming segment
The U.S. Census Bureau forecasts that the percentage of the U.S. population over 54 years old will grow from 21% in 2000 to 28% by 2015, representing an increase from about 59 million to …

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September 2, 2004




New Catalog Targets Owners of Diminutive Dogs

Judging by the number of pint-sized pure-breds teetering along city sidewalks and poking their heads out of designer pocketbooks, small dogs are big business. That’s why the founders of Pet Warehouse have launched Thousand Oaks, CA-based G.W. Little, …

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September 1, 2004




listings

NEW LISTS
COFFEE PRODUCT BUYERS
The more than 278,000 consumers on this list have bought gourmet coffee and coffee products from direct mail during the past year. Buyers, 59% of whom are female, spent an average of $45 an order.
Cost: $80/M
Selects: …

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September 1, 2004




Salary Survey

CATALOG Marketing Manager business-to-businessEquivalent to a product manager in a consumer packaged goods environment, the marketing manager for a catalog is responsible for day-to-day marketing, creative, and operations of one catalog. Or often, two or three.
Duties: Carries profit and …

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September 1, 2004




June Catalogs Are Bustin’ Out All Over

After several years of circulation costs, consumer catalogers continue to hit the mail with a vengeance. Catalog Tracker, a service of Greenwich, CT-based list services firm Direct Media, received 322 consumer books this June, a 17% increase from the 275 catalogs received in …

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