Worldata Adds 7 Management Properties

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Worldata/WebConnect said yesterday that it has added seven files to its list management roster.


Two of the files, Risk & Insurance Magazine and The Bull and Bear Financial Report subscriber files, are under new management. Risk & Insurance Magazine has 107,000 subscribers who work in the insurance industry, large and small corporations and government. The base price is $140 per thousand. The Bull and Bear Financial Report consists of 81,700 subscribers who are individual financial investors. This list is available for $150 per thousand.


The rest of the files are available for the first time.


The NexTag.com Opt-In E-mail List contains 75,000 names of users of this online comparison-shopping engine. The base price is $200/M.


The AutoBuyers Masterfile consists of 2.5 million postal and 750,000 e-mail addresses. The base prices are $80/M for postal and $150/M for e-mail.


The PCstats.com Opt-In E-mail List consists of professionals who hold technical or corporate jobs and who use the Internet daily. The file contains 50,000 e-mail names and is priced at $200/M.


The Transcender List contains 135,700 postal names and is available for $160/M. It consists of IT professionals and corporate buyers who purchased IT certification exam preparation materials.


HiTech Base contains 900,000 postal names for $125/M and 650,000 e-mail names for $225/M. The file consists of Internet technology professionals.


All of the above lists are available now or become available in the next few weeks. Marketers can access data cards at www.worldata.com/datacard or call Worldata for more information.


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