ALC Databases Now Available Online

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American List Counsel has made available its 60 signature databases online at ALClists.com, a transactional Web site that marketers can use to run counts and download list data directly to their computers.


"ALClists.com allows brokers and resellers to order ALC's signature lists as well as other major national databases," Stacey Girt, vice president of direct sales at American List Counsel, Princeton, NJ, said in a statement. "Within a matter of seconds, users can slice and dice data any way they want and drill down to a tight market niche. Then they can place and receive the order."


The site debuted in February with more than 15 million Dun & Bradstreet business names and more than 81 million Equifax consumer names.


In addition to the 60 ALC databases, the Advo resident occupant file of more than 116 million households has been added to ALClists.com.


Small marketers can order online with a credit card, while established ALC clients can set up accounts with credit limits and pay for lists via invoice.


ALC partnered in December with application service provider Alvion Technologies, Cape Coral, FL, to develop the Web site.


Some of the ALC databases now available on the Web site are Executive Master File; High-Tech Execubase; Ultra Affluent Database; SOHO Selector; Professional Selector; Seminar Selector; Healthcare and Medical Selector; and Banking and Finance Selector.


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