Looking for a new list broker.. Anyone using someone they would recommend?
I am a list broker, and have been a broker for just over 9 years. If you are still actively seeking a list broker, please advise, and I can provide you with my contact information.
Prestige sucks. Try InfoUSA. Very good screening tools, good, accurate contacts.
U may wanna try ALC (american list council). Theyhave the subscribers to a zillion magazines w/ names and addresses, zip,but no demographics. Its about $1/name. So you can get the names of guys that collect classic cars and subscribe to the Wine Spectator and live in Lake Forrest.
Then run a seminar at Nicks Classic Cars on some topic like SPIA's for Charity.
just an idea
I'm telling you, they are full of sh!t. They try to sell you lists of "people that are unhappy with their annuities" and "people that are looking for new advisors". They gave me a free "come on" list of like 25 names in my area - the "unhappy annuity" list. Two of my clients happened to be on the list. Neither of them had ever owned an annuity in their lives. I mean, c'mon. Let's at least be honest with us about the data. That's why I like InfoUSA. You can tailor the list however you want. And Prestige has changed their name several times.
I'm just trying to save you the trouble.
I don't have their contact info anymore.
I also just checked our intranet - there has been negative feedback from the field on them.
There has been positive feedback on:
Aaron & Associates
Aviva Action Lists
If you need contact info on any of these, let me know.
Prestige does suck. I have used MelissaData (very similar to InfoUSA) for new homeowner lists.
I was happy with their data.
As a list broker, we have access to every file on the market, for which there are currently over 70,000 databases available for rental, including the sources mentioned below. The main advantage to working with a list broker is that we represent our client's marketing interests, not those of a list owner. Additionally, we can provide multiple list recommendations, based on our knowledge of the list owner and the quality and integrity of their data. We can also request usage and continuation reports, that show which clients have used their database, and in some cases those who have continued to use the data on an ongoing basis.
If you'd like more information, I'd be happy to assist, and can be reached by email at [email protected], or through our website: www.axyzlists.com.
Hey that's the Jones list, from Jonesnet(or whatever it is now)
Yes, that's what I meant when I said it's from our "intranet".