FastCount Updates Consumer Selects to Include Expectant Parent Data

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Expectant parent data filter joins long list of options for enhancing instant download mailing lists.

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FastCount continues to add new opportunities for end users to acquire more specialized data for their specific marketing needs.

FastCount, a compiled postal and email mailing list database headquartered in Evanston, IL, is introducing Expectant Parents demographics to its compendium of select options this week. Expectant parent data is a valuable resource for direct marketers in a variety of consumer and business categories looking to market products and services to couples and individuals preparing to enter parenthood.

“FastCount continues to add new opportunities for end users to acquire more specialized data for their specific marketing needs,” says Larry Organ, CEO of FastCount. “We will continue to offer the best data available for our clients.”

Direct marketers promoting products such as BPA -free bottles, luxury strollers and cloth diapers target primarily consumers expecting a child or parents of newborn children. In addition to these products, services such as classes for mom and baby are frequently advertised by direct marketing campaigns.

Instant purchasing capabilities allow users to buy lists quickly in a variety of popular consumer and business categories. The FastCount database houses over 212 million consumer records. FastCount’s sister company, ConsumerBase.com, is an industry leader providing multi-channel direct marketing services.

About FastCount

FastCount is a client-facing compiled postal and email sales lead database available for instant download. FastCount gives direct marketers a faster way to get leads for marketing campaign needs.

FastCount is based in Evanston, Illinois. The company was created in 2012 as a marketing tool for ConsumerBase LLC, a subsidiary of Organ Worldwide LLC.

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Kathryn Fallucco, Media Editor
FastCount
http://www.fastcount.com

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