Digital Catalogs Continue to Grow in Popularity
Printers, paper brokers and other suppliers to the publishing industry rely on The National Directory of Catalogs for its up-to-date information on new catalogs, including contact information and detailed production information that enables them to find qualified sales leads. Marketers use it to find prospect lists for both print and online sales, while merchandisers find valuable sales outlets.
The National Directory of Catalogs, published by Oxbridge Communications, is the largest directory of U.S. and Canadian catalogs, with listings for 12,524 business and consumer, print and online catalogs. Catalog listings include address, phone, fax, URL and email, as well as names of owner, president and production manager; number and frequency of mailings; product line; print specifications, including trim size, page count, type of paper, binding and color; name and address of printing company; list rental information; and name and address of list management company.
Available immediately from Oxbridge Communications (www.oxbridge.com) or by calling 1-800-955-0231, The National Directory of Catalogs 2009 is priced at $995 for the print edition; $1,195 for the Single-User CD; and $1,995 for both print directory and CD. It is also available online as part of the MediaFinder (www.mediafinder.com) online database service at $1,295 for a year’s single-user subscription; $795 for a six-month subscription; and $49.99/month for the Keyword Search Service.
Oxbridge Communications, founded in 1964, has the largest database of U.S. and Canadian periodicals and catalogs. In addition to The National Directory of Catalogs, Oxbridge has a broad range of reference products, including The Standard Periodical Directory, Oxbridge Directory of Newsletters, The National Directory of Magazines and www.MediaFinder.com, an online database of more than 70,000 publications, including catalogs.