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Need Lists? Impact Lists – Advertorial


Monday, 1st March 2004 at 12:03 pm
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Is your organisation looking for a new source of donors? Impact Lists is a new company with both business and consumer lists available. They also have a special offer for readers of the Pro Bono Australia e-Newsletter…

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Need Lists? Impact Lists – Advertorial
Monday, 1st March 2004 at 12:03 pm

Is your organisation looking for a new source of donors? Need new direct mail lists or e-mail fundraising lists? Impact Lists is a new company with both business and consumer lists available. They also have a special offer for readers of the Pro Bono Australia e-Newsletter…

Impact Lists’ CEO, Lloyd Campbell, has 16 years of experience in the List Industry and his new company has access to literally thousands of lists as well as a unique product called the Impact Advantage. The Impact Advantage provides access to personalised lists at just ten cents per name.

Campbell says every name supplied has the Impact Lists Guarantee – if the list’s deliverability doesn’t perform within expectation then you will receive a predetermined credit on any ‘undeliverables’.

Lists can be selected and managed online. The Impact Lists website has detailed list profiles on over 1,000 lists and the ability to run specific counts online for over fifty lists.

Campbell says Impact Lists has the experience to ensure its list recommendations are the best available to make campaigns successful.

Impact Lists is offering Pro Bono Australia readers a discount voucher on the REACH DM (Decision Makers) list that targets 20,000 companies and 70,000 executives.

Impact Lists’ say the list allows you to reach Decision Makers that matter when it comes to making purchasing or donation decisions. You can select by type of Decision Maker, Size of Company, Industry (ANZSIC Code), as well as geographical location.

REACH DM has been meticulously researched and developed ensuring the quality of this list is second to none. Continuously updated by a dedicated team of Tele-Researchers its accuracy is guaranteed to 98%.

All records are contacted and verified by phone every three months. To prove its accuracy, every record is supplied with the date when each name was last verified.

Impact Lists is so confident of its accuracy, they will refund $1.00 for any undeliverable record.

As a Special Offer to Pro Bono readers, Impact Lists is offering a 30% Discount Voucher for the REACH DM list. The 30% Discount Voucher will be valid until 30th June 2004, however you need to claim your Voucher before the end of March. You then have up to four months in which to test the REACH DM list and save 30%.

Details of the REACH DM list can be viewed at www.impactlists.com.au/listdetails.cfm/listid=722 .

Visit Impact Lists at www.impactlists.com.au or call 1300 554 671 for advice on your next campaign.



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