Can be found in Pennsylvania - call any of these catalog houses and ask them to run a mailing list count with those parameters. You'll be able to get mailing list that information in about ten minutes. Hugo Dunhill, American Business Lists, and Edith Roman to name just a few. Phone numbers for mailing list brokers can be found in the books Uncommon mailing list Marketing Techniques and How To Market A Product For Under $500! 5.
Lists on CD Several companies now offer lists of every business or every person in the U.S. on CD-ROM. These products allow you to create mailing list your own list criteria and generate your own precisely targeted direct mail lists. Some of the better programs make it easy and fast to use their CD-ROM products. 6. Internet One of the best resources for mailing list lists is the Internet. There's no getting around it now, the Internet is here to stay -- you might as well get used to it. It's a great - probably the best - research tool available for almost anything, if you can filter out the crap from the good stuff.
But... isn't that the way with all research tools: you gotta figure out which is the good stuff that you can use, and which is the bad stuff that you've just spent the last two hours looking over and have now figured out is pretty worthless. Yea, the Internet is like that - in spades. 7. Trade Shows Mailing Lists Trade shows are great marketing events, and trade show mailing list lists are also great marketing tools. You can usually buy mailing lists of both attendees and of exhibitors. Check out two great websites: one is TSNN.com and the other tradeshowweek.com for trade show information.