ConsumerBase's New Mover data is an asset to direct marketers promoting products and services for many industries.
Evanston, IL (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
ConsumerBase LLC, a database management company based in Evanston, IL, is enhancing B2C new mover mailing lists on its comprehensive database. Consumers who relocate require products and services to assist in the process of moving and adjusting to a new home.
New mover mailing lists include universe counts such as:
ConsumerBase’s enhanced data gives clients access to lists of recent and prospective movers. Businesses benefit from new home owner and apartment renter data by offering products and services to individuals and families who are new to a location. Movers relocating a great distance need new health care providers, grocery stores and dry cleaners as well as entertainment recommendations such as movie theaters and restaurants. Additionally, pre-movers require services such as moving trucks, utility set-up and household repair.
A new mover file is constantly subject to change and requires frequent updates and list enhancements.
“ConsumerBase’s monthly hygiene process ensures that our data is the most accurate data available for our clients,” says Larry Organ, CEO of ConsumerBase. “As a result, our new mover files are an asset to direct marketers promoting products and services for many industries.”
In addition to updating existing files, ConsumerBase continues to add new lists to its extensive database daily.
ConsumerBase provides multi-channel direct marketing services with a specialty in postal, email, and telephone solutions. Encompassing the entire lifecycle of customer information, ConsumerBase services focus on acquiring and retaining customers, validating, cleaning, and enhancing customer data, and improving the overall performance of marketing communications.
ConsumerBase is an Evanston-based multi-channel mailing list company. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Evanston, Illinois. ConsumerBase operates as a subsidiary of Organ Worldwide LLC.
Kathryn Fallucco, Media Editor