NextMark Introduces Preferred Provider Program

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NextMark Inc., Hanover, NH, said yesterday that it launched the Preferred Provider Program to help list managers promote their lists.


The program offers participants improved placement in NextMark search results as well as an indication of preferred status with each listing and on each data card.


The Preferred Provider Program is open to all list managers in good standing with data cards listed in the NextMark system. Membership fees range from $25/month for fewer than 50 data cards to $250/month for more than 250 cards. Discounts are available for quarterly and annual arrangements.


Certified Preferred Providers include Affinity List Management, American List Counsel, Byrum & Fleming, Charles Moore Associates, ClientLogic Specialists Marketing Services, Collins List Exchange, Direct Media, D-J Associates, Fasano & Associates, IDG Communications List Services, Infocore, J.F. Glaser, Jakilamat Industries, Lifestyle Change Communications, ListSolutions, Macromark, Mail Marketing Inc., McCarthy Media Group, MKTG Services, Mokrynskidirect, NameBank International, Negev Direct Marketing, Net 60, Offers in the Mail, Practical Marketing, Take 5 Solutions, V12 Group and W.S. Ponton.


Details and applications can be found on the NextMark site at http://www.nextmark.com/products/ppp.html.


NextMark will demonstrate the Preferred Provider Program next week at DMA·05 in Atlanta.


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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