Return Path Builds TechTracker List

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Return Path Inc., New York, said today that its Postmaster Direct e-mail list management and lead generation division was selected to build and manage opt-in e-mail lists for TechTracker Inc.

TechTracker Inc., Portland, OR, is a publisher of technology Web sites and trade media with 17 million unique visitors to its sites.

Postmaster Direct will opt in visitors to receive e-mail and Web-based offers from third parties using its double-opt-in process. Postmaster Direct has 6.7 million subscribers in its IT Pros Direct file.

Other Postmaster Direct technology publishing clients include CNET, Dice and Tech Republic.

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