We Offer The Best Consumer Mailing Lists!
ListAbility’s consumer mailing list is the largest, most accurate collection of U.S. consumer information available in one source.
With over 252 million individuals and 235 million households, you can easily reach your best prospects using the widest selection of demographic, lifestyle and purchase behavior selects.
You Decide Who You Want To Mail To:
The list can be as broad or narrow as you like. You can send to all in your selected area, filter by age, income, or choose from the more than 1500 selects available.
Some of the 1,500 selects available to filter your list include:
- Homeowners or Renters
- 48 Buying Behavior Selects
- Affluent Households
- Mail Order Buyers
- Household Income
- Pet Owners
- Expectant Parents
- Age and Date of Birth
- Home Value
- 310 Occupations
- Marital Status
- New Parents
- Phone Numbers
- Active Investors
- Empty Nesters
- 136 Interest Selects
- Mortgage Selects
- Credit Card Holders
- Length of Residence
- Presence/Age of Children
- Recently Divorced
- Dwelling Characteristics
- Travel Habits
Where is your target audience? We have the options for you to select just the right area.
- Zip code
- Carrier Routes
- Census Block or Tract
- Radius from location
- MSA/DMA Codes
- Congressional District
- Area Codes
More Options to Select Your Mail Recipients
Which is best for your campaign? It’s your choice!
Life Events: changes within the last 12 months that drastically changed a person's requirements and purchasing habits: Newly Married, Expectant Parent, New Parent, Recent Divorce, Empty Nester, Retired, Child nearing HS Graduation, New Home Buyer, and Recent Mortgage.
Special Interests and Lifestyles: including investments, outdoor activities, collecting, hobbies, pets, cooking, gaming, reading, spectator sports and entertainment preferences.
Health and Ailments: Arthritis, Allergies, Cholesterol, Diabetic, Orthopedic, Senior Needs and interest in Organic or Homeopathic.
Automobiles: households can be selected by the cars they drive - make, model and year. Also households with a probable teen driver.
Homeowner details available from public sources: purchase date and amount, most recent mortgage date and amount, market value, year built, and swimming pool.
Occupation: choose general categories or from 310 specific titles and functions.
Wealth: income selectable from $250+, Net worth, Income producing assets, types of investments, life insurance policy.
Affluence Indicators compiled using multiple factors, including regional cost of living, household composition and life stages. Selects include: Discretionary Income Index, Life Insurance Targeting, Vacation Property Ownership and higher levels of income selections and more than 12 million business owners and executives at home.
Travel: differentiate between people who have traveled for business or pleasure and those who would like to.
Purchasing habits: gathered from participating merchants, online and offline purchases, most recent, $ quantities and number of purchases. Included are 38 categories of actual purchases within the past 12 months.
Buying Behaviors: method of payment preferences and recency of purchases.
Donations and Charitable Contributions: specific causes including political, (conservative/liberal), children's, animal, health, environmental, religious, veterans or general donations.
The Database is rebuilt every 30 days and includes NCOA, DNC phone registrations and various other suppression lists.
Our names and addresses are compiled, deduped and enhanced from multiple public and proprietary sources. These include:
- Telephone connections
- Online Registrations and Surveys
- Governmental Sources
- Marketing Solicitations
- Survey Information
- Warranty cards and solicitations
- Catalogs and publications
- Mail order, retail, and online purchases
- Registration sites, travel purchases, and travel logs (travel data)
- Auto dealerships (sales and services)
The end result is the most accurate, comprehensive consumer mailing list available to marketers.
Did you know bad mailing addresses cost the Post Office more the $1 billion a year in wasted productivity?