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Hotlists—New and Updated Files on the Market
March 29, 2011

Find the latest lists to test—complete with names, descriptions, counts, prices and list managers'/owners' contact information—with this biweekly online feature from Target Marketing.

Hotlists—New and Updated Files on the Market
November 9, 2010

Find the latest lists to test—complete with names, descriptions, counts, prices and list managers'/owners' contact information—with this biweekly online feature from Target Marketing.

Hotlists—New and Updated Files on the Market
June 1, 2010

Find the latest lists to test—complete with names, descriptions, counts, prices and list managers'/owners' contact information—with this biweekly online feature from Target Marketing.

TM0907_Cover/chart
September 1, 2007

The full list of 2007’s Top 50 Mailers (excludes catalogers) Company Sales/Revenue Industry List Manager(s) (in millions) Citigroup $146,558 Financial Does not rent Bank of America $117,017 Financial Does not rent JP Morgan Chase $99,845 Financial Does not rent 4 Sprint/Nextel $41,028 Telecommunications Does not rent American Express $27,136 Financial/Media Millard Group Washington Mutual $26,454 Financial Does not rent Capital One $15,191 Financial Does not rent Time Inc. $5,846 Media Millard Group/ Belardi-Ostroy Inc. 4 Pitney Bowes Co. $5,730 Business Services MeritDirect Salvation Army $5,300 Nonprofit Does not rent 4 Discover Card Services Inc. $5,000 Financial Does not rent Hearst Magazines $4,550 Media Direct Media International American Red Cross $3,919 Nonprofit The Carol Enters List Co./ American List Counsel The New York Times Company $3,289.9 Media American List Counsel BMG/Columbia House $2,400 Media Specialists Marketing Services/American List Counsel Reader’s Digest Association $2,386.2* Media American List Counsel/ The Catamount Group 4 Scholastic Inc. $2,283.8 Media Specialists Marketing Services/ Millard Group/List Services Corp. Dow Jones & Company $1,783.9 Media American List Counsel Meredith Corp. $1,600 Media American List Counsel/ Millard Group Company Sales/Revenue Industry List Manager(s) (in millions) Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Society $1,623 Nonprofit Direct Media International Conde Nast Publications $1,400 Media Millard

TM0803_Market Focus, Pet Owners
August 1, 2003

By Alicia Orr Suman Ask a dog lover to name his family members and he'll likely include Fido along with his wife and kids. "That's the nature of the pet owner," says Geoff Walker, CEO of PetFoodDirect.com, an Internet seller of pet food and other pet products. Particularly when it comes to dogs and cats, pets are seen as part of the family, and as such, people want the best for their pets—from toys and treats to food and healthcare. Last year, the Pet Food Institute reported there were more than 75 million pet

Marketing to Teens (1,234 words)
April 1, 2003

By Paul Barbagallo Numbering more than 70 million people born between 1980 and 1996, Generation Y is the largest group of teenagers in American history, dwarfing even the baby boomers. Until the economic downturn of the last few years, their lives have been spent in a period of prosperity. Armed with cell phones, Walkmans and pagers, today's teenagers have grown up in the age of instant global communication, media saturation and material excess. "Several years ago, the country was in the tail end of a decade-long economic boom," says Michael Wood, vice president of Northbrook, IL-based market research firm Teenage Research Unlimited (TRU). "Even

Market Focus?Conservative Political Donors (1,620 words)
November 1, 2000

They abhor Clinton, love family values, think people like Ollie North and Linda Tripp are national heroes, pray for a government the size of a pea and almost certainly wish the 1960s never happened. They are our nation's conservative Republican donors, and they know the best way to exercise their First Amendment rights and actually be heard—by inking up a big check and sending it off to the candidate or political action committee (PAC) that will stand up for the issues closest to their hearts. If you think that getting a response from this market sounds easier than pinning the tail on the