Worldata Introduces New Opt-In E-Mail Files
"More and more of these files will be coming on to the market this year," said Jay Schwedelson, corporate vice president at Worldata/WebConnect, Boca Raton, FL. "The great thing about these files is that they not only have opt-in e-mail addresses, but they also have postal addresses."
Among the newly available lists are three business-to-business files:
• TurboCad, a publication targeting architects, engineers and others involved in computer-aided design, has more than 56,600 subscribers.
• TurboProject is a magazine for team management professionals, with more than 15,100 subscribers.
• Maximum Linux magazine reaches more than 20,000 Linux users.
The other seven new files managed by Worldata are the following business-to-consumer lists:
• The Floorplan file consists of more than 31,000 individuals who have opted in to receive e-mails regarding home improvements.
• Total Movie magazine has 20,000 subscribers who are interested in film and home theater.
• Revolution magazine covers music-related technology, news and links and has 30,000 subscribers.
• T3 magazine has 10,000 subscribers who want the latest news on hi-tech electronics.
• DigitalFoto magazine's 10,000 subscribers opt in to receive digital technology news.
• The NetAccelerator file has 15,000 individuals who have opted in to receive information on products and services to enhance Internet activities.
• MagMall has more than 40,000 consumers looking to purchase magazine subscriptions and keep up with trends.
All of the above files have base prices of $225 per thousand.