Conrad Direct Launches List Web Site

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List firm Conrad Direct has launched a Web-based list research and ordering system.


The Web site, www.dbfinder.com, contains mailing lists and enhanced databases totaling more than 2 billion names, though there is overlap. Almost every list has 500,000 names or more, according to Cresskill, NJ-based Conrad Direct.


Access to the site is not available for list brokers but rather for high volume mailers such as credit card companies as well as advertising agencies with major corporate clients.


Postal and telemarketing lists are available, as are some e-mail lists.


Selections on the business-to-business files include business type, size of company and job function or title. On the consumer files, mailers can select age, income, presence of children, new residents, lifestyle and credit card users.


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