EPostDirect Gains Opt-In E-Mail Files

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EPostDirect, the e-mail division of direct marketing list firm Edith Roman Associates Inc., Pearl River, NY, yesterday announced its management of six opt-in e-mail files from InfoSpace.


The six files total more than 600,000 names.


Go2Net Portal consists of more than 74,000 users who signed up to access consumer and business services. The base price is $125 per thousand.


The Silicon Investor E-Mail List has more than 198,000 users interested in investing and finance. The base price is $250/M.


The PlaySite E-Mail List has more than 61,000 gamers who signed up to play Web-based games. The base price is $100/M.


The Virtual Avenue E-Mail List consists of more than 105,000 professionals who use its free Web site hosting. The base price is $200/M.


The HyperMart E-Mail List has more than 154,000 members who use its free Web site hosting and e-commerce solutions. The base price is $250/M.


The FreeYellow E-Mail List has more than 29,000 members who use its free Web site hosting and e-businesses services. The base price is $200/M.


Selects on these files include age, gender, recency and geography. All users on the files have opted in to receive third-party e-mails.


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