Media Buyer at VistaPrint
18 May 2004 19:00pm
Could someone please recommend some large volume / quality low volume email lists / newsletter lists I could contact or list brokers ? I would appreciate someone's help on this.
If you want to email me my email is : firstname.lastname@example.org
CEO at Econsultancy
19 May 2004 09:40am
The email list broker question comes up quite a bit and I've yet to come across a comprehensive resource on this. However, the ones that usually seem to come up - for the UK this is - are as follows:
- Royal Mail - http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/jump2?mediaId=600143&catId=400095
- Claritas - http://www.claritas.co.uk/uk/interactive/etargetting/
- Experian - http://www.experiancontactmail.com/
- Interactive Prospect Targeting - http://www.ipt-ltd.co.uk/direct1.html
- Media.co.uk - http://www.media.co.uk/email-marketing/index.htm
- WebActiv - http://www.emaillistbrokersuk.com
- UK Marketing Management - http://www.ukmarketingmanagement.com/E-marketing/e-marketing.html
There are of course the DM agencies or e-mail marketing agencies who could no doubt help further. But institutions like the CIM or IDM don't seem to have much info on this topic.
Any contributions welcome!
On 19:00:44 18 May 2004 saintonline wrote:
>Could someone please recommend some large volume / quality
>low volume email lists / newsletter lists I could contact
>or list brokers ? I would appreciate someone's help on
>If you want to email me my email is :
Digital Marketing Consultant, Trainer, Author and Speaker at SmartInsights.com
19 May 2004 15:41pm
Those that Ashley lists are mainly B2C. To those I would add all the media owners - online equivalents of newspapers and magazines.
For B2B, the best sources are large trade magazine publishers such as:
- Mardev (www.mardev.com) Reed
- VNU (http://marketing.vnu.co.uk/)
- EMap Communications (www.emap.com)
A Google search, e.g. E-mail list brokers uk suggests there are limited options for reputable brokers - I think it is best to go straight to media owners or conference organisers who have built large targeted lists which can be generally be trusted to be permisson based.
A business opportunity for someone?
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Operations Director at WebSight Ltd
19 May 2004 17:04pm
Try corpdata.co.uk, pretty extensive B2B lists
09 June 2004 12:54pm
Also, one I left out from my earlier list who do e-mail list broking in the UK:
Electronic Direct Response - http://www.edrplc.com/rentBroking.jsp
Technical Director at DestiNet Limited
21 July 2004 02:30am
We used to be sceptical about data providers but you do need to find a good data provider, there are alot of cowboys out there. We have an email marketing product, called NewZapp, and get asked regularly for data.
In May we started to have discussions with a data provider, Corpdata, www.corpdata.co.uk, we were initially very sceptical I have to admit.
We were about to do an exhibition in Glasgow and hadn't arranged any meetings, so we decided to test our potential partner. They provided data for 600 contacts from central Scotland, the Friday before the show. We emailed them with the details of the show and what we were exhibiting. On Monday we reviewed the campaign statistics and found 7 people had opened the email several times and clicked on links detailing further information. Our sales staff phoned the 7 people, we saw 6 of them at the show on the Wednesday and Thursday, and another 3 we had emailed and not phoned. Since then we have sold to 2, a 3rd is a dealer, and we have submitted 1 tender.
I think this is the best 'cold' marketing activity we have completed. We simply couldnot have completed this without1. Email Marketing2. Good data
14 December 2006 22:09pm
My name is Bob Cordell.
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Online Marketing Manager at Approved Index
02 April 2007 12:02pm
You could try http://www.approvedindex.co.uk/indexes/EmailMarketing/default.aspx
Submit your requirements and get quotes from multiple business or consumer email list brokers.
On 09:40:48 19 May 2004 Ashley wrote:
>The email list broker question comes up quite a bit and
>I've yet to come across a comprehensive resource on this.
>However, the ones that usually seem to come up - for the
>UK this is - are as follows:
>- Royal Mail - http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/jump2?me-
>- Claritas - http://www.claritas.co.uk/uk/interactive/etar-
>- Experian - http://www.experiancontactmail.com/
>- Interactive Prospect Targeting -
>- Media.co.uk - http://www.media.co.uk/email-
>- WebActiv - http://www.emaillistbrokersuk.com
>- UK Marketing Management - http://www.ukmarketingmanageme-
>There are of course the DM agencies or e-mail marketing
>agencies who could no doubt help further. But institutions
>like the CIM or IDM don't seem to have much info on this
>Any contributions welcome!
>On 19:00:44 18 May 2004 saintonline wrote:
>>Could someone please recommend some large volume /
>>low volume email lists / newsletter lists I could
>>or list brokers ? I would appreciate someone's help
>>If you want to email me my email is :
Director at The Organic Agency
02 April 2007 16:02pm
Have we actually identified if you are after a consumer or business list yet?
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