Worldata Adds Eli Journals Tech Files

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Worldata, Boca Raton, FL, said Friday that it assumed management of more than 50 business-to-business publication files from Eli Journals (formerly Element K Journals).


The Eli Journals subscriber lists include the Eli Journals Master File of 641,500 names at a base price of $175/M. Subscribers are directors and managers of IT, programmers, administrators, integrators, analysts, graphic artists, Web designers and business professionals.


More than 50 monthly print publications and newsletters, e-newsletters, searchable online archives, tips services, quick reference cards and productivity-boosting CDs are available from Eli Journals. Titles include Computer Support Solutions, Creative Designer, Exploring Digital Photography, Exploring Oracle, Inside Adobe InDesign, Inside Microsoft Excel, Inside Illustrator, Inside Microsoft Visual Basic, Inside Microsoft Windows XP, Inside QuarkXPress, Mac Administration, Microsoft Access Fundamentals, Photoshop Fundamentals, Server Security, SQL Server Solutions, The MacAuthority and Windows Professional.


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