List Owner

List Owner

The person or organization that owns a set of names, numbers, addresses or other information. A list owner may rent or sell this information to other parties, especially for direct marketing purposes.
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Each groups list owner regularly called and emailed the EWEB Operations Center to update crew members availability.
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Yes, it is true that sometimes the list owner might have stiffed you by using hotline or multiple buyer names for the test and, sometimes, seasonality can explain significant differences in results.
She also serves on the editorial board of Serials Review and is the list owner of the listserv LIBADMIN, an online list on the topic of library administration that includes discussions about using and managing electronic resources.
Does the privacy policy behind the list support the opt-out rights the list owner claims it does?
To begin with, someone (usually the list owner, although it could be someone else) must install and maintain the list server software itself on a computer system that can dedicate the necessary electronic space for handling and storing the list traffic.
That means on any list order for which the list owner houses his list at Acxiom, that list will be produced at Acxiom for B&K's customer.
The list owner verifies the law enforcement status of all new subscribers prior to their admission.
Len Swidler, professor of Catholic thought and interreligious dialogue at Temple University, is another "list owner" or manager.
USPS requires a new 6-digit field that must be entered in the "List Owner" area called "NAISC/SIC." Refer to the NAISC/SIC document listing the most commonly used SIC codes, visit www.census.gov/epcd/naics02, or contact your mailing house for assistance.
Most of the options deal with the amount of privacy a list enjoys and how much control the "list owner" has.
Some listservs are moderated; that is, the list owner sees each message and decides whether to send it on to the subscribers.