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List Rental

In direct marketing, the purchase of the one-time use of a list of names, numbers, addresses or other information.
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It still list rentals in Tel Aviv and a host of other Israeli cities, and it continues to list rentals owned by Jews everywhere in the world.
Airbnb and Booking.com for example list rentals in the Ofra settlement, northeast of Ramallah.
Agents who routinely list rentals on the Multiple Listing Service should be able to quickly estimate how much rental income you can expect to receive.
Email acquisition versus traditional direct mail list rentals can yield about three to four times the lifetime value because online donors will also give offline at about 10 times the rate of the older demographic of direct mail donors who give online.
This comes approximately 30% from dues, 30% from bookstore sales, 30% from application fees for certification and recertification and 10% from other sources (advertising income, mailing list rentals, Regional Conferences, royalties, etc.).
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"I also remember the days of large regular direct mail campaigns and list rentals and partnerships to acquire new customers.
Volume 2 explores opportunities in advertising, publications, directories, mailing list rentals, sponsorships and grants, fundraising, and investment income.
Compiled files offer the broadest selectivity for list rentals and overlay.
Environmental organizations, universities, and churches all have fallen under scrutiny, as the IRS focuses on revenues generated by advertising and mailing list rentals, as well as life insurance, credit cards, and other affinity products.
Any such markups would have come on top of Hart's $8,500 monthly consulting fee and an average 15 percent commission on mailing list rentals.
Royalties, advertising income, mailing list rentals, affinity credit cards, insurance, conventions and travel programs are only a few of the income-generating ventures of nonprofits competing with the for-profit sector that may generate unrelated business income.