MeritDirect Wins Jupitermedia Lists

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MeritDirect, White Plains, NY, said yesterday that it was awarded list management of files from JupiterWeb, the online media division of Jupitermedia Corp.


EarthWeb.com from Jupitermedia has 279,600 IT professionals who use the EarthWeb.com site. The file is selectable by gender, job title, number of employees, sales volume, standard industry classification and geography. It is priced at $150/M.


The internet.com list has 217,100 Internet industry professionals, Web developers and sophisticated Internet users who access the site for information. They are mostly male and have an average age of 33. The file is selectable by gender, job title, number of employees, sales volume, SIC and geography. The price is $175/M.


Devx from Jupitermedia is an online resource and provider of technical information and services for corporate application development teams. The file has 52,600 subscribers. It is selectable by gender, job title, number of employees, sales volume, SIC and geography. The price is $150/M.


The New Media list has 219,700 former subscribers. Selects include gender, job title, sales volume and employee size. It is priced at $100/M.


The Jupitermedia IT Professionals Master File has 161,200 names, and the Small Business Master File has 549,400 names. Both are selectable by gender, job title, number of employees, sales volume, SIC and geography and are priced at $150/M. The Jupitermedia Business Master File will be available soon.


Kristen Bremner covers list news, insert media, privacy and fundraising for DM News and DMNews.com. To keep up with the latest developments in these areas, subscribe to our daily and weekly e-mail newsletters by visiting www.dmnews.com/newsletters


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