June 2003
Precision Marketing;6/20/2003 Supplement, Vol. 15 Issue 36, p13
Examines data management in direct marketing. Use of list brokers; List buying; Identification of a unique file or negotiating a special deal seen as the defining skill of a direct marketer; Need to treat lists as knowledge that informs a strategy and targeting.


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