Donnelley Marketing Upgrades Segmentation Product

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Donnelley Marketing, an infoUSA company, Woodcliff Lake, NJ, announced yesterday the launch of the Donnelley Cluster Spectrum, a segmentation product that clusters households by similar attributes.

Formerly known as Buyer Behavior Clusters, the upgraded system is now available for multiple applications including the DQI3 consumer database list rental, file installations and customer file overlays.

The Donnelley Cluster Spectrum tool characterizes households by attributes such as buying patterns and behaviors. It consists of 51 unique clusters built at the household level using consumer, lifestyle, behavioral and census information.

The product also can be applied to e-mail retention programs when a postal address is present and can be matched to Donnelley's DQI3 database of 200 million individuals.

Though clustering is not new to direct marketing, the ability to identify like households at the household level is, according to the firm.

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