Zed Debuts Catalog Insert Programs

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Zed Marketing Group said Friday that it was named manager for the new-to-market catalog insert programs for Art & Artifact, Signals and Wireless.


The Art & Artifact catalog insert program offers 5 million insert opportunities annually. Buyers on this catalog file are 80 percent female with a median age of 46+, average household income of $75,000+ and an average sale of $125.


The Signals catalog insert program offers 21 million insert opportunities annually. Buyers on this catalog file are 79 percent female with a median age of 46+, average household income of $75,000 and an average sale of $90.


The Wireless catalog insert program offers 8 million insert opportunities annually. Buyers on this catalog file are 79 percent female with a median age of 46, average household income of $50,000 and an average sale of $70.


All three titles accept blow-ins and bind-ins, and the programs cost $35/M.


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