ThinkDirectMarketing.com Debuts Web-Based Version 2.0 of ThinkDirectMail

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ThinkDirectMarketing.com Inc., a provider of online marketing database products and services, this week released a new version of ThinkDirectMail, its direct marketing list generation product.


The Web-based application provides small and mid-sized businesses with the ability to instantly select and download highly targeted new customer prospects. ThinkDirectMail version 2.0 now includes expanded searches and an intuitive, Web-based interface.


"Due to advances in Web technology, we can now deliver a comprehensive direct mail software application via a Web interface," said Bruce A. Biegel, president and chief operating officer at ThinkDirectMarketing.com, Stamford, CT. "Originally our product required the user to download the client application. With the release of version 2.0, our customers can move from a marketing concept to having their targeted list in hand in minutes.


ThinkDirectMail v2.0 also provides geographic and demographic radius search capabilities.


More advanced search capabilities include the first Web-based radius searching combined with any other geographic, business or demographic criteria. The annual subscription fee is $195 for geographic and business lists of up to 50,000 names.


A demographic subscription enables users to target potential customers more accurately for products and services by adding demographic criteria. The demographic subscription costs $395 a year for up to 20,000 prospects.
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