Worldata Gets CNET Files

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Worldata, Boca Raton, FL, announced its appointment yesterday as list manager for the new-to-market CNET Channel Lists of postal and e-mail names, effective July 15.


The CNET Channel Lists is made up of value-added resellers and Internet technology solution provider prospects.


CNET Channel is a wholly owned subsidiary of CNET Networks. Its ChannelOnline.com provides a Web-based service to help VARs and IT solution providers control their margins, grow their revenue and increase customer satisfaction, according to Worldata.


The file has 193,000 postal and e-mail names.


ChannelOnline.com Magazine is a monthly publication. This file has 40,000 subscribers.


Both files have base prices of $195/M for postal addresses and $300/M for e-mail addresses.


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