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ABBOTS LANGLEY Hertfordshire WD5
ABERAERON Dyfed SA46
ABERDARE Mid Glamorgan CF44
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB10
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB11
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB12
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB15
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB16
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB21
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB22
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB23
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB24
ABERDEEN Aberdeenshire AB25
ABERDOVEY Gwynedd LL35
ABERFELDY Perthshire PH15
ABERGAVENNY Gwent NP7
ABERGELE Clwyd LL22
ABERLOUR Banffshire AB38
ABERTILLERY Gwent NP13
ABERYSTWYTH Dyfed SY23
ABINGDON Oxfordshire OX13
ABINGDON Oxfordshire OX14
ABOYNE Aberdeenshire AB34
ACCRINGTON Lancashire BB5
ACHARACLE Argyll PH36
ACHNASHEEN Ross-Shire IV22
ADDLESTONE Surrey KT15
AIRDRIE Lanarkshire ML6
ALCESTER Warwickshire B49
ALCESTER Warwickshire B50
ALDEBURGH Suffolk IP15
ALDERSHOT Hampshire GU11
ALDERSHOT Hampshire GU12
ALEXANDRIA Dunbartonshire G83
ALFORD Aberdeenshire AB33
ALFORD Lincolnshire LN13
ALFRETON Derbyshire DE55
ALLOA Clackmannanshire FK10
ALNESS Ross-Shire IV17
ALNWICK Northumberland NE66
ALRESFORD Hampshire SO24
ALSTON Cumbria CA9
ALTON Hampshire GU34
ALTRINCHAM Cheshire WA14
ALTRINCHAM Cheshire WA15
ALVA Clackmannanshire FK12
AMBLESIDE Cumbria LA22
AMERSHAM Buckinghamshire HP6
AMERSHAM Buckinghamshire HP7
AMLWCH Gwynedd LL68
AMMANFORD Dyfed SA18
ANDOVER Hampshire SP10
ANDOVER Hampshire SP11
ANNAN Dumfriesshire DG12
ANSTRUTHER Fife KY10
ANTRIM County Antrim BT41
APPLEBY-IN-WESTMORLAND Cumbria CA16
ARBROATH Angus DD11
ARDGAY Sutherland IV24
ARDROSSAN Ayrshire KA22
ARISAIG Inverness-Shire PH39
ARMAGH County Armagh BT60
ARMAGH County Armagh BT61
ARUNDEL West Sussex BN18
ASCOT Berkshire SL5
ASHBOURNE Derbyshire DE6
ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH Leicestershire LE65
ASHFORD Kent TN23
ASHFORD Kent TN24
ASHFORD Kent TN25
ASHFORD Kent TN26
ASHFORD Kent TN27
ASHFORD Middlesex TW15
ASHINGTON Northumberland NE63
ASHTEAD Surrey KT21
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE Lancashire OL5
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE Lancashire OL6
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE Lancashire OL7
ATHERSTONE Warwickshire CV9
ATTLEBOROUGH Norfolk NR17
AUCHTERARDER Perthshire PH3
AUCHTERARDER Perthshire PH4
AVIEMORE Inverness-Shire PH22
AVOCH Ross-Shire IV9
AXBRIDGE Somerset BS26
AXMINSTER Devon EX13
AYLESBURY Buckinghamshire HP17
AYLESBURY Buckinghamshire HP18
AYLESBURY Buckinghamshire HP19
AYLESBURY Buckinghamshire HP20
AYLESBURY Buckinghamshire HP21
AYLESBURY Buckinghamshire HP22
AYLESFORD Kent ME20
AYR Ayrshire KA6
AYR Ayrshire KA7
AYR Ayrshire KA8
BACUP Lancashire OL13
BADMINTON Avon GL9
BAGSHOT Surrey GU19
BAKEWELL Derbyshire DE45
BALA Gwynedd LL23
BALDOCK Hertfordshire SG7
BALLATER Aberdeenshire AB35
BALLYCASTLE County Antrim BT54
BALLYCLARE County Antrim BT39
BALLYMENA County Antrim BT42
BALLYMENA County Antrim BT43
BALLYMENA County Antrim BT44
BALLYMONEY County Antrim BT53
BALLYNAHINCH County Down BT24
BAMBURGH Northumberland NE69
BAMPTON Oxfordshire OX18
BANBRIDGE County Down BT32
BANBURY Oxfordshire OX15
BANBURY Oxfordshire OX16
BANBURY Oxfordshire OX17
BANCHORY Kincardineshire AB31
BANFF Banffshire AB45
BANGOR County Down BT19
BANGOR County Down BT20
BANGOR Gwynedd LL57
BANSTEAD Surrey SM7
BANWELL Avon BS29
BARGOED Mid Glamorgan CF81
BARKING Essex IG11
BARNARD CASTLE County Durham DL12
BARNET Hertfordshire EN4
BARNET Hertfordshire EN5
BARNETBY South Humberside DN38
BARNOLDSWICK Lancashire BB18
BARNOLDSWICK Lancashire BB94
BARNSLEY South Yorkshire S70
BARNSLEY South Yorkshire S71
BARNSLEY South Yorkshire S72
BARNSLEY South Yorkshire S73
BARNSLEY South Yorkshire S74
BARNSLEY South Yorkshire S75
BARNSTAPLE Devon EX31
BARNSTAPLE Devon EX32
BARROW-IN-FURNESS Cumbria LA13
BARROW-IN-FURNESS Cumbria LA14
BARROW-UPON-HUMBER South Humberside DN19
BARRY South Glamorgan CF62
BARRY South Glamorgan CF63
BARTON-UPON-HUMBER South Humberside DN18
BASILDON Essex SS13
BASILDON Essex SS14
BASILDON Essex SS15
BASILDON Essex SS16
BASINGSTOKE Hampshire RG21
BASINGSTOKE Hampshire RG22
BASINGSTOKE Hampshire RG23
BASINGSTOKE Hampshire RG24
BASINGSTOKE Hampshire RG25
BATH Avon BA1
BATH Avon BA2
BATHGATE West Lothian EH47
BATHGATE West Lothian EH48
BATLEY West Yorkshire WF17
BATTLE East Sussex TN33
BEACONSFIELD Buckinghamshire HP9
BEAMINSTER Dorset DT8
BEAULY Inverness-Shire IV4
BEAUMARIS Gwynedd LL58
BECCLES Suffolk NR34
BECKENHAM Kent BR3
BEDFORD Bedfordshire MK40
BEDFORD Bedfordshire MK41
BEDFORD Bedfordshire MK42
BEDFORD Bedfordshire MK43
BEDFORD Bedfordshire MK44
BEDFORD Bedfordshire MK45
BEDLINGTON Northumberland NE22
BEDWORTH Warwickshire CV12
BEITH Ayrshire KA15
BELFAST County Antrim BT1
BELFAST County Antrim BT10
BELFAST County Antrim BT11
BELFAST County Antrim BT12
BELFAST County Antrim BT13
BELFAST County Antrim BT14
BELFAST County Antrim BT15
BELFAST County Antrim BT16
BELFAST County Antrim BT17
BELFAST County Antrim BT2
BELFAST County Antrim BT3
BELFAST County Antrim BT4
BELFAST County Antrim BT5
BELFAST County Antrim BT6
BELFAST County Antrim BT7
BELFAST County Antrim BT8
BELFAST County Antrim BT9
BELFORD Northumberland NE70
BELLSHILL Lanarkshire ML4
BELPER Derbyshire DE56
BELVEDERE Kent DA17
BEMBRIDGE Isle Of Wight PO35
BENFLEET Essex SS7
BERKELEY Gloucestershire GL13
BERKHAMSTED Hertfordshire HP4
BERRIEDALE Caithness KW7
BERWICK-UPON-TWEED Northumberland TD15
BETCHWORTH Surrey RH3
BETWS-Y-COED Gwynedd LL24
BEVERLEY North Humberside HU17
BEWDLEY Worcestershire DY12
BEXHILL-ON-SEA East Sussex TN39
BEXHILL-ON-SEA East Sussex TN40
BEXLEY Kent DA5
BEXLEYHEATH Kent DA6
BEXLEYHEATH Kent DA7
BICESTER Oxfordshire OX25
BICESTER Oxfordshire OX26
BICESTER Oxfordshire OX27
BIDEFORD Devon EX39
BIGGAR Lanarkshire ML12
BIGGLESWADE Bedfordshire SG18
BILLERICAY Essex CM11
BILLERICAY Essex CM12
BILLINGHAM Cleveland TS22
BILLINGHAM Cleveland TS23
BILLINGSHURST West Sussex RH14
BILSTON West Midlands WV14
BINGLEY West Yorkshire BD16
BIRCHINGTON Kent CT7
BIRKENHEAD Merseyside CH41
BIRKENHEAD Merseyside CH42
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B1
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B10
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B11
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B12
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B13
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B14
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B15
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B16
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B17
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B18
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B19
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B2
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B20
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B21
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B23
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B24
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B25
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B26
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B27
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B28
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B29
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B3
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B30
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B31
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B32
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B33
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B34
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B35
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B36
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B37
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B38
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B4
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B40
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B42
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B43
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B44
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B45
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B46
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B47
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B48
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B5
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B6
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B7
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B8
BIRMINGHAM West Midlands B9
BISHOP AUCKLAND County Durham DL13
BISHOP AUCKLAND County Durham DL14
BISHOPS CASTLE Shropshire SY9
BISHOP’S STORTFORD Hertfordshire CM22
BISHOP’S STORTFORD Hertfordshire CM23
BISHOPTON Renfrewshire PA7
BLACKBURN Lancashire BB1
BLACKBURN Lancashire BB2
BLACKBURN Lancashire BB6
BLACKPOOL Lancashire FY1
BLACKPOOL Lancashire FY2
BLACKPOOL Lancashire FY3
BLACKPOOL Lancashire FY4
BLACKWOOD Gwent NP12
BLAENAU FFESTINIOG Gwynedd LL41
BLAIRGOWRIE Perthshire PH10
BLAIRGOWRIE Perthshire PH13
BLANDFORD FORUM Dorset DT11
BLAYDON-ON-TYNE Tyne And Wear NE21
BLYTH Northumberland NE24
BOAT OF GARTEN Inverness-Shire PH24
BODMIN Cornwall PL30
BODMIN Cornwall PL31
BODORGAN Gwynedd LL62
BOGNOR REGIS West Sussex PO21
BOGNOR REGIS West Sussex PO22
BOLDON COLLIERY Tyne And Wear NE35
BOLTON Lancashire BL1
BOLTON Lancashire BL2
BOLTON Lancashire BL3
BOLTON Lancashire BL4
BOLTON Lancashire BL5
BOLTON Lancashire BL6
BOLTON Lancashire BL7
BO’NESS West Lothian EH51
BONNYBRIDGE Stirlingshire FK4
BONNYRIGG Midlothian EH19
BOOTLE Merseyside L20
BOOTLE Merseyside L30
BORDON Hampshire GU35
BOREHAMWOOD Hertfordshire WD6
BOSTON Lincolnshire PE20
BOSTON Lincolnshire PE21
BOSTON Lincolnshire PE22
BOURNE Lincolnshire PE10
BOURNE END Buckinghamshire SL8
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH1
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH10
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH11
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH2
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH3
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH4
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH5
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH6
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH7
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH8
BOURNEMOUTH Dorset BH9
BRACKLEY Northamptonshire NN13
BRACKNELL Berkshire RG12
BRACKNELL Berkshire RG42
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD1
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD10
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD11
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD12
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD13
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD14
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD15
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD2
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD3
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD4
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD5
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD6
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD7
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD8
BRADFORD West Yorkshire BD9
Bradford West Yorkshire BD99
BRADFORD-ON-AVON Wiltshire BA15
BRAINTREE Essex CM7
BRAINTREE Essex CM77
BRAMPTON Cumbria CA8
BRANDON Suffolk IP27
BRAUNTON Devon EX33
BRECHIN Angus DD9
BRECON Powys LD3
BRENTFORD Middlesex TW8
BRENTWOOD Essex CM13
BRENTWOOD Essex CM14
BRENTWOOD Essex CM15
BRIDGE OF WEIR Renfrewshire PA11
BRIDGEND Mid Glamorgan CF31
BRIDGEND Mid Glamorgan CF32
BRIDGEND Mid Glamorgan CF33
BRIDGEND Mid Glamorgan CF35
BRIDGNORTH Shropshire WV15
BRIDGNORTH Shropshire WV16
BRIDGWATER Somerset TA5
BRIDGWATER Somerset TA6
BRIDGWATER Somerset TA7
BRIDLINGTON North Humberside YO15
BRIDLINGTON North Humberside YO16
BRIDPORT Dorset DT6
BRIERLEY HILL West Midlands DY5
BRIGG South Humberside DN20
BRIGHOUSE West Yorkshire HD6
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN1
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN2
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN41
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN42
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN45
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN50
BRIGHTON East Sussex BN88
BRISTOL Avon BS1
BRISTOL Avon BS10
BRISTOL Avon BS11
BRISTOL Avon BS13
BRISTOL Avon BS14
BRISTOL Avon BS15
BRISTOL Avon BS16
BRISTOL Avon BS2
BRISTOL Avon BS20
BRISTOL Avon BS3
BRISTOL Avon BS30
BRISTOL Avon BS31
BRISTOL Avon BS32
BRISTOL Avon BS34
BRISTOL Avon BS35
BRISTOL Avon BS36
BRISTOL Avon BS37
BRISTOL Avon BS39
BRISTOL Avon BS4
BRISTOL Avon BS40
BRISTOL Avon BS41
BRISTOL Avon BS48
BRISTOL Avon BS49
BRISTOL Avon BS5
BRISTOL Avon BS6
BRISTOL Avon BS7
BRISTOL Avon BS8
BRISTOL Avon BS9
BRISTOL Avon BS99
BRIXHAM Devon TQ5
BROADSTAIRS Kent CT10
BROADSTONE Dorset BH18
BROADWAY Worcestershire WR12
BROCKENHURST Hampshire SO42
BROMLEY Kent BR1
BROMLEY Kent BR2
BROMSGROVE Worcestershire B60
BROMSGROVE Worcestershire B61
BROMYARD Herefordshire HR7
BRORA Sutherland KW9
BROSELEY Shropshire TF12
BROUGH North Humberside HU15
BROUGHTON-IN-FURNESS Cumbria LA20
BROXBOURNE Hertfordshire EN10
BROXBURN West Lothian EH52
BRUTON Somerset BA10
BRYNTEG Gwynedd LL78
BUCKFASTLEIGH Devon TQ11
BUCKHURST HILL Essex IG9
BUCKIE Banffshire AB56
BUCKINGHAM Buckinghamshire MK18
BUCKLEY Clwyd CH7
BUCKNELL Shropshire SY7
BUDE Cornwall EX23
BUDLEIGH SALTERTON Devon EX9
BUILTH WELLS Powys LD2
BUNGAY Suffolk NR35
BUNTINGFORD Hertfordshire SG9
BURES Suffolk CO8
BURGESS HILL West Sussex RH15
BURNHAM-ON-CROUCH Essex CM0
BURNHAM-ON-SEA Somerset TA8
BURNLEY Lancashire BB10
BURNLEY Lancashire BB11
BURNLEY Lancashire BB12
BURNTISLAND Fife KY3
BURNTWOOD Staffordshire WS7
BURRY PORT Dyfed SA16
BURTON-ON-TRENT Staffordshire DE13
BURTON-ON-TRENT Staffordshire DE14
BURTON-ON-TRENT Staffordshire DE15
BURY Lancashire BL0
BURY Lancashire BL8
BURY Lancashire BL9
BURY ST. EDMUNDS Suffolk IP28
BURY ST. EDMUNDS Suffolk IP29
BURY ST. EDMUNDS Suffolk IP30
BURY ST. EDMUNDS Suffolk IP31
BURY ST. EDMUNDS Suffolk IP32
BURY ST. EDMUNDS Suffolk IP33
BUSHEY Hertfordshire WD23
BUSHMILLS County Antrim BT57
BUXTON Derbyshire SK17
CAERNARFON Gwynedd LL54
CAERNARFON Gwynedd LL55
CAERPHILLY Mid Glamorgan CF83
CAERSWS Powys SY17
CAIRNDOW Argyll PA26
CALDICOT Gwent NP26
CALEDON County Tyrone BT68
CALLANDER Perthshire FK17
CALLINGTON Cornwall PL17
CALNE Wiltshire SN11
CAMBERLEY Surrey GU15
CAMBERLEY Surrey GU16
CAMBERLEY Surrey GU17
CAMBORNE Cornwall TR14
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB1
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB2
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB21
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB22
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB23
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB24
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB25
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB3
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB4
CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CB5
CAMELFORD Cornwall PL32
CAMPBELTOWN Argyll PA28
CANNOCK Staffordshire WS11
CANNOCK Staffordshire WS12
CANTERBURY Kent CT1
CANTERBURY Kent CT2
CANTERBURY Kent CT3
CANTERBURY Kent CT4
CANVEY ISLAND Essex SS8
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF10
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF11
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF14
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF15
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF23
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF24
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF3
CARDIFF South Glamorgan CF5
CARDIGAN Dyfed SA43
CARLISLE Cumbria CA1
CARLISLE Cumbria CA2
CARLISLE Cumbria CA3
CARLISLE Cumbria CA4
CARLISLE Cumbria CA5
CARLISLE Cumbria CA6
CARLUKE Lanarkshire ML8
CARMARTHEN Dyfed SA31
CARMARTHEN Dyfed SA33
CARNFORTH Lancashire LA5
CARNFORTH Lancashire LA6
CARNOUSTIE Angus DD7
CARRBRIDGE Inverness-Shire PH23
CARRICKFERGUS County Antrim BT38
CARSHALTON Surrey SM5
CASTLE CARY Somerset BA7
CASTLE DOUGLAS Kirkcudbrightshire DG7
CASTLEDERG County Tyrone BT81
CASTLEFORD West Yorkshire WF10
CASTLEWELLAN County Down BT31
CATERHAM Surrey CR3
CATTERICK GARRISON North Yorkshire DL9
CEMAES BAY Gwynedd LL67
CHALFONT ST. GILES Buckinghamshire HP8
CHARD Somerset TA20
CHATHAM Kent ME4
CHATHAM Kent ME5
CHATTERIS Cambridgeshire PE16
CHEADLE Cheshire SK8
CHEDDAR Somerset BS27
CHELMSFORD Essex CM1
CHELMSFORD Essex CM2
CHELMSFORD Essex CM3
CHELTENHAM Gloucestershire GL50
CHELTENHAM Gloucestershire GL51
CHELTENHAM Gloucestershire GL52
CHELTENHAM Gloucestershire GL53
CHELTENHAM Gloucestershire GL54
CHEPSTOW Gwent NP16
CHERTSEY Surrey KT16
CHESHAM Buckinghamshire HP5
CHESSINGTON Surrey KT9
CHESTER Cheshire CH1
CHESTER Cheshire CH2
CHESTER Cheshire CH3
CHESTER Cheshire CH4
CHESTER Cheshire CH99
CHESTER LE STREET County Durham DH2
CHESTER LE STREET County Durham DH3
CHESTERFIELD Derbyshire S40
CHESTERFIELD Derbyshire S41
CHESTERFIELD Derbyshire S42
CHESTERFIELD Derbyshire S43
CHESTERFIELD Derbyshire S44
CHESTERFIELD Derbyshire S45
CHICHESTER West Sussex PO18
CHICHESTER West Sussex PO19
CHICHESTER West Sussex PO20
CHIGWELL Essex IG7
CHINNOR Oxfordshire OX39
CHIPPENHAM Wiltshire SN14
CHIPPENHAM Wiltshire SN15
CHIPPING CAMPDEN Gloucestershire GL55
CHIPPING NORTON Oxfordshire OX7
CHISLEHURST Kent BR7
CHOPPINGTON Northumberland NE62
CHORLEY Lancashire PR6
CHORLEY Lancashire PR7
CHRISTCHURCH Dorset BH23
CHURCH STRETTON Shropshire SY6
CIRENCESTER Gloucestershire GL7
CLACTON-ON-SEA Essex CO15
CLACTON-ON-SEA Essex CO16
CLARBESTON ROAD Dyfed SA63
CLEATOR Cumbria CA23
CLEATOR MOOR Cumbria CA25
CLECKHEATON West Yorkshire BD19
CLEETHORPES South Humberside DN35
CLEVEDON Avon BS21
CLITHEROE Lancashire BB7
CLOGHER County Tyrone BT76
CLYDEBANK Dunbartonshire G81
COALVILLE Leicestershire LE67
COATBRIDGE Lanarkshire ML5
COBHAM Surrey KT11
COCKERMOUTH Cumbria CA13
COLCHESTER Essex CO1
COLCHESTER Essex CO2
COLCHESTER Essex CO3
COLCHESTER Essex CO4
COLCHESTER Essex CO5
COLCHESTER Essex CO6
COLCHESTER Essex CO7
COLDSTREAM Berwickshire TD12
COLEFORD Gloucestershire GL16
COLERAINE County Londonderry BT51
COLERAINE County Londonderry BT52
COLNE Lancashire BB8
COLWYN BAY Clwyd LL28
COLWYN BAY Clwyd LL29
COLYTON Devon EX24
CONGLETON Cheshire CW12
CONISTON Cumbria LA21
CONSETT County Durham DH8
CONWY Gwynedd LL32
COOKSTOWN County Tyrone BT80
CORBRIDGE Northumberland NE45
CORBY Northamptonshire NN17
CORBY Northamptonshire NN18
CORROUR Inverness-Shire PH30
CORSHAM Wiltshire SN13
CORWEN Clwyd LL21
COTTINGHAM North Humberside HU16
COULSDON Surrey CR5
COVENTRY West Midlands CV1
COVENTRY West Midlands CV2
COVENTRY West Midlands CV3
COVENTRY West Midlands CV4
COVENTRY West Midlands CV5
COVENTRY West Midlands CV6
COVENTRY West Midlands CV7
COWBRIDGE South Glamorgan CF71
COWDENBEATH Fife KY4
COWES Isle Of Wight PO31
CRADLEY HEATH West Midlands B64
CRAIGAVON County Armagh BT62
CRAIGAVON County Armagh BT63
CRAIGAVON County Armagh BT66
CRAIGAVON County Armagh BT67
CRAMLINGTON Northumberland NE23
CRANBROOK Kent TN17
CRANBROOK Kent TN18
CRANLEIGH Surrey GU6
CRAWLEY West Sussex RH10
CRAWLEY West Sussex RH11
CREDITON Devon EX17
CREWE Cheshire CW1
CREWE Cheshire CW2
CREWE Cheshire CW3
CREWE Cheshire CW4
CREWKERNE Somerset TA18
CRICKHOWELL Powys NP8
CRIEFF Perthshire PH6
CRIEFF Perthshire PH7
CROMARTY Ross-Shire IV11
CROMER Norfolk NR27
CROOK County Durham DL15
CROWBOROUGH East Sussex TN6
CROWTHORNE Berkshire RG45
CROYDON Surrey CR0
CROYDON Surrey CR9
CRUMLIN County Antrim BT29
CRYMYCH Dyfed SA41
CULLOMPTON Devon EX15
CUMNOCK Ayrshire KA18
CUPAR Fife KY14
CUPAR Fife KY15
CWMBRAN Gwent NP44
DAGENHAM Essex RM10
DAGENHAM Essex RM8
DAGENHAM Essex RM9
DALBEATTIE Kirkcudbrightshire DG5
DALKEITH Midlothian EH22
DALRY Ayrshire KA24
DALTON-IN-FURNESS Cumbria LA15
DALWHINNIE Inverness-Shire PH19
DARLINGTON County Durham DL1
DARLINGTON County Durham DL2
DARLINGTON County Durham DL3
DARTFORD Kent DA1
DARTFORD Kent DA2
DARTFORD Kent DA4
DARTMOUTH Devon TQ6
DARVEL Ayrshire KA17
DARWEN Lancashire BB3
DAVENTRY Northamptonshire NN11
DAWLISH Devon EX7
DEAL Kent CT14
DEESIDE Clwyd CH5
DELABOLE Cornwall PL33
DENBIGH Clwyd LL16
DENNY Stirlingshire FK6
DERBY Derbyshire DE1
DERBY Derbyshire DE21
DERBY Derbyshire DE22
DERBY Derbyshire DE23
DERBY Derbyshire DE24
DERBY Derbyshire DE3
DERBY Derbyshire DE65
DERBY Derbyshire DE72
DERBY Derbyshire DE73
DERBY Derbyshire DE74
DEREHAM Norfolk NR19
DEREHAM Norfolk NR20
DEVIZES Wiltshire SN10
DEWSBURY West Yorkshire WF12
DEWSBURY West Yorkshire WF13
DIDCOT Oxfordshire OX11
DINGWALL Ross-Shire IV15
DINGWALL Ross-Shire IV16
DINGWALL Ross-Shire IV7
DISS Norfolk IP21
DISS Norfolk IP22
DOLGELLAU Gwynedd LL40
DOLLAR Clackmannanshire FK14
DONAGHADEE County Down BT21
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN1
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN10
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN11
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN12
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN2
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN3
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN4
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN5
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN6
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN7
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN8
DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN9
DORCHESTER Dorset DT1
DORCHESTER Dorset DT2
DORKING Surrey RH4
DORKING Surrey RH5
DORNOCH Sutherland IV25
DOUNE Perthshire FK16
DOVER Kent CT15
DOVER Kent CT16
DOVER Kent CT17
DOWNHAM MARKET Norfolk PE38
DOWNPATRICK County Down BT30
DRIFFIELD North Humberside YO25
DROITWICH Worcestershire WR9
DROMORE County Down BT25
Dronfield Derbyshire S18
DUDLEY West Midlands DY1
DUDLEY West Midlands DY2
DUDLEY West Midlands DY3
DUKINFIELD Cheshire SK16
Dulas Gwynedd LL70
DULVERTON Somerset TA22
DUMBARTON Dunbartonshire G82
DUMFRIES Dumfriesshire DG1
DUMFRIES Dumfriesshire DG2
DUNBAR East Lothian EH42
DUNBEATH Caithness KW6
DUNBLANE Perthshire FK15
DUNDEE Angus DD1
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b2b data uses: Email vs Postal Campaigns

Email Marketing vs Direct Mail

Whilst email marketing has its place and benefits, the overall return on investment is considerably lower than most would perceive. The initial cost of an email database needs to be factored in, and compared to the percentage of responders and eventual conversions to becoming a new customer.

The truth is that many email broadcast messages are deleted without being read. The reason being that most of us see an email (from a company we have never heard of) and delete it immediately. Not just because we don’t know who the sender is, but the threat of viruses also makes us wary.

One of the main perception challenges is that many businesses stay in touch with their customers via email, typically through a monthly bulletin or service update, and these messages tend to generate a healthy response rate. Typically 1% – 2%, or even higher. But in contacting a new prospect cold (i.e., for the first time) there is no existing relationship or awareness, so the response rates are typically between one per 1,000 emails and one per 10,000!

Sourcing 10,000 email addresses is not cheap. At least it’s not cheap to source 10,000 email addresses from a reputable b2b data list broker. The reason being that the more reputable business data sources invest manual resource into telephone verifying the email addresses within their file. And that costs. These costs are reflected in the overall price of the data list. So it would not be unreasonable to expect (for example) five responses from 10,000 email addresses.

By contrast, direct mail (i.e., postal mailings) are still generating the same average response of around 1%. So instead of five responders from a mailing of 10,000 emails, a postal mailing of the same volume can typically expect to enjoy 100 responders. Twenty times as many.

Yes there is the added cost associated with printing, packing, posting and the stationery. But does this make it all cost prohibitive? Not necessarily: for postal mailings in excess of 4,000 units a reduced postal rate (Mailsort) can be enjoyed. And by using a mailing house, letters can be machine-printed and machine-packed too.

Over the last few years Responsiva have conducted many email and postal mailing campaigns. Well in excess of 100,000 units for each initiative. The postal mailing route comes out on top every time. The postal route typically costs in the region of 40p per unit (all inclusive), rendering the average cost per enquiry in the region of £35. And yet email marketing (because of the much lower response rates) tended to come in at hundreds of pounds per responder. The truth is that the results and return were not even close.

Whilst this is not to say that email marketing should not be adopted, there is an element of “horses for courses”; any business with a particularly high sale value (say £10,000+) should do well from email marketing. For example; vehicle sales, corporate IT systems or any service which has a proven lifetime value totalling five figures. But if your typical sale value is just a few hundred pounds (or lifetime value around £1,000 per customer) then it is more likely that the postal mailing route will yield a higher return.

Postal mailings may sound ‘expensive’, but an investment cost is all relative to the return. And postal mailings do have a considerably higher return in terms of the percentages. Being frightened off by the costs of postage, or being lured by the “cheap” cost to run an email broadcast, is a false economy. Long gone are the days where every email would be opened, or that recipients would think “yippee, I have got an email: let’s see what it says”. In this day and age, most new emails are ignored and deleted without being read, or are even filtered to the spam box without the recipient even seeing the headline.

Consider postal mailing activity carefully. 500 – 1,000 letters is a good starting point for a trial. The business data list should not be expensive, and all employees should help out with the printing and packing. It won’t take long to complete.  Measure the responses; both in terms of volume and quality. And if it yields a reasonable return, evaluate the time and cost savings by ramping up the campaign roll-out to 4,000 units or more. A mailing house can manage the printing and packing at a very good rate, and the postage discounts are considerable.

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The importance of data cleansing

When it comes to sales and marketing, data cleansing is one of the most fundamental elements for success. The quality of the data you have can massively impact your business and more importantly your profits. It makes complete sense that you want that impact to be a positive one which means that data cleansing has to be part of your sales and marketing set up. No matter what kind of marketing campaigns you run, the data you use has to be correct otherwise you could find yourself wasting both your time and your money.

Email marketing is one of the cheapest marketing tools you can utilise. However, you need to be sure that you are emailing active accounts. The great thing about email marketing is that its effectiveness is measurable so if there is an issue with the quality of your data then you should know fairly instantly. However, removing email addresses or updating your email address list is crucial to get your offer emails through to potential and existing customers. Data cleansing will prevent;

  • Duplicate email addresses
  • Bounce backs due to incorrect or inactive email addresses
  • Spelling mistakes in emails
  • Email addresses for the wrong contact

Often customers may request to be removed from a mailing list or they may request an email address to be updated so you need to ensure your team are carrying out data cleansing at all times.

Telemarketing is a little more complicated. Ineffective or out of date data that has not been cleansed can cause your business a range of issues from damaging a reputation to increased complaints from customers. It is good housekeeping and proactive data cleansing to have your telemarketing team confirm a customer’s details each and every time they speak with them. This should ensure that your data stays current and up to date.

There are also various pieces of software that you can use when it comes to data cleansing that will benefit your business greatly. However, training your team to be proactive in confirming data can be one of the best ways to ensure you have the highest quality data. You must ensure your team understand the purpose of doing this as often employees can be fairly relaxed when it comes to confirming data. Not only could out of date data make your sales and marketing ineffective but it could also increase customer service issues due to orders going to wrong addresses. So if you value your business then you need to invest time in data cleansing.

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Inaccurate data is bad for business

To a business that sells, a quality database is an absolute must have. Some businesses may spend years building up a database of relevant customers and prospects but that process can be made much harder with inaccurate data. Many business use data companies to provide them with a list of potential contacts that are relevant to their industry to get them going and boost their earning potential. However, there are many data companies out there supplying out of date and inaccurate information that is damaging to a business.

Marketing is incredibly expensive whether it be telemarketing, email marketing, direct mail or social media and most businesses operate to a marketing budget. Choosing to use a data company is not a bad move for a business, in fact if anything it can be incredibly beneficial. However, you need to do your homework regarding the data company you choose. Unfortunately there are data lists on the market that are not beneficial. They offer out of date or sometimes even dead contacts that will see your marketing and sales team wasting their valuable time. Inaccurate data can having the following effects on a business.

  • Damaging a business’s reputation
  • Drains and wastes a marketing budget
  • Lowers your sales teams conversion rate
  • Give the illusion that the marketing strategy is at fault rather than the data itself
  • Your existing database will now be flooded with unusable contacts and could take a long time to correct.
  • No return on your initial investment

You need to find yourself a data company that have a proven track record of providing accurate and successful data lists to businesses. You need to know that the information being given to you is up to date and useable. Responsiva have over 20 years experience in providing marketing data lists to businesses in a wide range of industries. With an accuracy rate of more than 98 %, Responsiva are a company that you can trust to give you a list of contacts that will boost your business potential and give you a guaranteed return on your investment.

Inaccurate data lists are only ever going to cost your business time and money. You are unlikely to ever see a return on your investment when purchasing from unscrupulous companies like this. Responsiva have built their reputation over many years and have a professionally trained team that can provide you with your order in as little as 30 minutes! If you are looking for a data specialist that you can trust then contact Responsiva today.

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Email and telemarketing in business

There are so many different ways to market your business, from telemarketing to email marketing, social media, direct mail and much more. However, ultimately there are advantages and disadvantages to all marketing strategies and it will always depend on the type of industry you’re in. Some marketing areas will have a far greater impact than others and you need to decide which will suit your business the most to give the maximum impact. Two of the most popular and widely used marketing tools are telemarketing and email marketing.

Email marketing is one of the easiest marketing tools as you can design a mail shot and simply send it out to the masses of clients and potential clients you may have on your data list. Email marketing is a great way to reach the masses with your offers and with many of us now communicating via email, it can be of real benefit especially for e-commerce sites. However, does email marketing have a more positive impact than the traditional telemarketing approach?

Telemarketing has long been an effective marketing tools used by a range of industries. If telemarketing is done professionally by trained people then it can have a huge impact on your business giving you benefits including;

  • Builds client loyalty through personal communication
  • Improves customer service
  • Has a higher conversion rate than email marketing
  • Gives you the opportunity to gain competitor information
  • Build a database of clients to call on a regular basis securing future business
  • Flexible marketing. You can adapt your pitch depending upon the client

These benefits have a great impact on a business and lead to business growth as well as increased profits and revenue. Email marketing does also have its benefits including;

  • Low cost
  • Increased sales, especially e-commerce
  • Measurable results
  • Able to reach a mass wide audience
  • Results are fairly fast

However, there seems to be a real mix of customers out there in every market. There are those who prefer the old fashioned benefit of speaking to a human being and there are those who prefer to use the internet and not have to deal with anyone giving them more freedom.

As successful marketing strategies go, many companies opt for employing both email and telemarketing so that their business can benefit from maximum exposure. Email and telemarketing do after all intertwine with each other . Telemarketing calls can be used to follow up an email campaign increasing its chances of being seen and taken advantage of by customers. So in conclusion, if your business wants the best marketing campaign then email and telemarketing are the way forward for any kind of business.

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Five benefits of using prospect data lists

No matter what industry you work in, it is crucial for both a business growth and survival to ensure that you are reaching the right customers with your products and services. However, how do you find those potential customers? Do you wait for customers to come to you? Do you have an employee you can spare with the right skills to find those prospects for you? The answer to both of these questions is more than likely no. However, there are specialists out there who can provide you with an effective and relevant data list of potential prospects to help push your business in the right direction.

We have highlighted the top five benefits that can be gained from using a prospect data list. You may not have even considered some of the below benefits but they are realistic and are common benefits for most businesses employing this kind of marketing strategy.

  1. Email addresses – prospect data lists can provide you with a data list of relevant prospects email addresses. This will enable you to reach prospects with mail shots and special offers to try and entice new business.
  2. Sales calls – Many prospects may not know your products and services even exist. A data list will provide you with accurate contact numbers that will get you through to the decision maker rather than a receptionist. This allows you to start building a reliable client list to grow your business with. The contacts are so accurate that it will make your sales calls far more effective and increase conversion rates.
  3. Increased revenue – By reaching a wider range of prospects which you convert into reliable clients, you can increase your sales and drive up your revenue and profits making your business more successful.
  4. Effective marketing – Marketing costs businesses a large amount of money. Most businesses have a set budget for their marketing to cover everything from mailing brochures, printing brochures and designing mail shots. However, with a data list you can make more of your marketing budget by maximising the potential of your marketing. A data list will ensure that your marketing literature reaches the right audience helping to increase sales.
  5. Growth & Success – Above all data lists can help your business to grow and gain success. Data lists are cleansed, accurate and offer effectiveness. By reaching more prospects you can grow your client base, increase sales, increase revenue and have the edge over your competitors.

So if you are a small business looking to grow its client base in an effective way then a data list of prospects could be the ideal business solution for you.

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B2B Data Specification

B2B Data Specification

 

Prospect data specifications can be ambiguous, so it is imperative to ensure they are accurate. In my opinion, it is the responsibility of the list broker to discuss the b2b data requirements with the customer and then take ownership of specifying the required data list in accordance with the customer’s requirements. It would then be the customer’s responsibility to agree to that specification, or make changes where required.

This goes back to my previous point:

 

  • The marketing manager (data purchaser) needs to say what they want

 

And

 

  • The data supplier (list broker) needs to ask questions

 

Having worked within the marketing data industry since the 1980’s I have seen many examples of errors, which go some way to justifying why (a) customers need to work with a fully trained and competent account manager and (b) why it is always best to source data from a data ‘person’ (i.e., with open discussion) rather than from an automated / online data purchasing download system.

Typical examples include;

 

  1. A.    The Nurseries

A client who sold children’s soft-play equipment wanted to target nurseries. He was supplied a data list, roughly equally split between the industry classifications “nurseries & crèches” and “garden centres and nurseries”. The problem was quickly spotted and rectified, though it is perhaps easy to understand why this issue occurred in the first place. But many automated downloading systems request advance payment before you download the data list. So a refund is not always granted once you press “buy”, because data is essentially ‘information’ and once you have been given the information it is impossible to return it. Furthermore, some of the online ordering systems may appear user-friendly at the front end, but it is not always easy to get through to a person on the telephone (and get refunded) if an error such as this has happened.

 

  1. B.     SME’s

One of my favourites is an appreciation for what constitutes an SME (Small to Medium Enterprise). If a client ever says to me that they wish to target SME’s, I always respond by asking what they mean by this. This is coupled with a suggestion, such as “would 5 – 100 employees be acceptable?”. Nearly always the client would come back to me with an alternative employee band, or turnover figures. And despite nearly twenty five years of data experience, my guess at what the client thinks an SME should be differs from their reality.

Responses such as “No, there needs to be at least 50 employees. Say up to 1,000” are commonplace. Or “Sole traders are fine, so anything up to 50 employees will do”.

Both of these responses not only make a huge difference to the data available to that brief, but will also have a considerable impact on the marketing initiative’s results.

 

Back to the earlier point; the marketing manager said what they want (“SME’s”), and the list broker had to ask a question to clarify exactly what that meant. It’s not difficult!

 

 

The important thing to remember when selecting data is that the fields are usually gathered and verified by telephone. This creates possible anomalies for numerous reasons;

 

  • Changes to the company data over a period of time (since the last update)
  • Data capture keying errors on the part of the data verification company
  • Exaggerations or errors on the part of the company being verified (data can only be updated on the strength of what is advised)

So if a customer requires companies with 5 – 100 employees, consider that the companies with precisely 5 employees (and there are approximately 200,000 of them!) could for example be a husband & wife partnership, with two or three temps. When they were last called (and the employee size verified) they may round up to saying there are five employees, in the interest of giving a simple number or “bigging themselves up” a little.

 

  1. C.    London

What is “London”?

The City of Westminster? The square mile? The postcodes EC & WC? An area within the North-South Circular? The compass-point postcodes (N, E, SW, W etc)? Or is it the area within the M25?

The reason I ask it this way is because customers frequently have a different view on what constitutes the London area. Typically I would suggest the M25 area to be correct, but I never assume this and always clarify with the customer first. This is all part of the specification process, and back once again to asking questions to clarify the true requirements.

 

An Example Specification

The b2b data specification needs to cover all bases, and accurately clarify what the client needs. Here is an example;

  • London (postcodes WC & EC only)
  • 10 – 50 employees
  • All records must include a director or business owner (no managers / branch managers)
  • All records must have a TPS-checked telephone number
  • Exclude charities, government, medical and education sectors
  • Exclude national chains (companies with 10+ branches)
  • Select OFFICE premises only
  • Select only companies with an accompanying email address; exclude generic email addresses (“info@” etc)
  • Then: select and supply the 1,000 most recently verified records

This brief covers all bases and by operating to this same standard client complaints after the data is supplied are extremely rare.

 

Control Cells

A control cell is a selection of the data which is used to test the campaign results. For example; if your target market is accountants with 5+ employees, the eventual data selection (of 1,000 records) may be as follows:

  • Accountants with 5+ employees :        900 records
  • Accountants with <5 employees:         100 records

Although the latter selection is not within the desired brief, this 10% of the file acts as a sense-checker. When the campaign has finished, and the results are reviewed, ask the question: did that 10% (the control cell) yield a similar percentage of enquiries / responses / sales?

Although in many cases control cells do not yield as well as the main selection, occasionally they do throw up pleasant surprises. One possible example is that larger businesses tend to prove harder to reach the business owner through a telemarketing campaign, whereas the smaller companies (with less than 5 employees) can yield a greater connection ratio to the business owner. For this reason alone, the smaller companies may prove more fruitful. The sale potential may be smaller, but with the increased connectivity the overall sales may prove higher.

Always consider a control cell, even if your ultimate conclusion is not to have one.

 

Request Samples

In addition to providing a data specification, good data list brokers will also supply a few samples. So if you aren’t supplied some as standard, then request some. These samples are not intended for use in a test campaign, though they can be. Their main purpose is to illustrate how the data is supplied, the fields and format of the data supply and (most importantly) for the customer to sense-check that what is being supplied meets with their requirements.

For example, the client may respond to the brief & samples with “I see the samples contain an estate agent; actually, we don’t want those either”.

 

Request A Breakdown

The client has the right to say “I need to sense-check the full 500 records you are proposing to send me, so please would you email me an industry classification breakdown?”.

Or; “Can you email me a postcode breakdown?”

What this will achieve is to let the client see the kinds of business (or their geographical spread) that will comprise their new data list. How many accountants, solicitors, graphic designers etc, and where these businesses are located. And from this they can pick out any additional undesirables to ensure their eventual list is exactly what they need.

 

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Customer Survey Proves B2B Data Quality Is Paramount

20110223 Sital Responsiva video

Responsiva’s regular customer satisfaction surveys consistently prove that b2b data quality is the paramount consideration. Whilst pricing is always key, minimising the number of mailing returns or dead phone numbers and ensuring the business data targets are exactly right for the client target market are of considerably higher importance.

This short video from Sital gives an overview of the statistics from Responsiva’s customer satisfaction surveys. Over the years these figures have altered very little, and even in times of recession the business data quality remains the highest priority.

More than 70% of Responsiva’s prospect data orders now come from repeat customers, who have previously experienced the exceptionally high attention to detail and data accuracy provided by us.

For more information contact Responsiva on 0800 118 5000 or email us at info@responsiva.biz

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Taxi Business Data Lists

Taxi companies will appear on most business data lists, yet they are probably the most unwanted of all industry classifications.

So why are they such an issue, and what can be done about it? There are four key reasons that taxi companies become an issue when specifying business data for marketing;

 

1. Vertical Market Selection: Transport Sector

Taxi companies sit within the Transport Sector. And although it would be normal to consider this sector to predominantly contain couriers, shipping and road haulage companies, taxis also reside in this sector. If considered carefully, to what other possible sector could they belong?

A similar example would be to select the “Education Sector”. Within this sector you would expect schools, colleges, universities, training companies and could even understand nurseries. But the industry classification which is perhaps the least expected is driving schools. There are many thousands of them, and they are not the kind of environment where you may wish to market books, pencils and other educational equipment.

 

2. Company Size Selection

Another typical business data brief would be to select all large companies (say, 50+ employees) within a given catchment area. And here is where the unwanted taxi firms pop up yet again. There may be just two or three people actually employed within the company, with each driver being self-employed or contracted. Either way., for the purpose of reflecting a company’s size, taxi firms will generally tot up the total number of people working for the company; and that includes all the drivers on the books. So it becomes commonplace that taxi operations are classified as having more than 50 employees from the perspective of the business data selection.

 

3. Office Premises

In marketing to office premises, businesses will usually have an office related product or service. Such as office cleaning, office equipment, stationery or even IT services. Each one of these services will usually target businesses by a minimum employee size (e.g. 10+) to ensure a reasonable sized sales opportunity. Cleaning an office with 10 staff will possibly mean 2 – 4 hours worth of cleaning per week. But a taxi firm is typically one person behind a desk, operating a phone and single p.c.. So the IT company would not be best chuffed with this opportunity either; 10+ employees in an office will typically mean there is a server linking all the p.c.s, where as a taxi operation is unlikely to have this. But how else could a taxi company be classified? They are not factories, medical centres or even retail outlets in the regular sense.

 

It becomes easy to appreciate why business data selections should apply a “special case scenario” to taxi firms; although some marketing campaigns would welcome them, in many cases they are a blatant and unwanted anomaly. And this is made worse by …

 

4. Population Count

There are some 17,000 taxi companies within the UK. Taking one postcode area as an example (Birmingham), a general business list selection from this region would include more than 300 taxi firms. That is a lot of unwanted data if these are not your target market. By contract, there are only circa 60 taxidermist companies UK-wide, so if these were unwanted (from a pool of over 3million records) then they would hardly dilute the power of your marketing initiative by including them. And that’s the point; there are so many taxi firms that their undesired inclusion would weaken any marketing database.

 

So What Can Be Done?

At Responsiva, one of the first questions you are asked is what product or service you supply. And the very reason for this question is so that consideration may be given to potentially undesirable industry classifications and other pitfalls. It is commonplace that a company would tell Responsiva that they have historically purchased a business list which includes them, ridiculing the b2b data supplier for not understanding their target market. It is true that business data suppliers sell on volume, so by including undesirable taxi firms within the marketing list usually means their sale value is higher. But it would be wrong to suggest any malpractice that they have attempted to pepper the file with useless prospects simply to up the sale value. It is far more probable that the client was serviced by an inexperienced account manager who simply didn’t understand the business universe well enough to know that taxi firms are one of the main anomalies when it comes to selecting business data.

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Marketing Data For A September Mailing

From past experience, the busiest two times for postal mailing activity are January and September. These months tie in nicely to reach the highest volume of recipients, with holiday absences being less prevalent. They are generally well aligned with marketing budgets; starting the year off with a flurry of activity. With a Summer sales review, marketing data campaigns are typically planned for September.

If the b2b mailing list has 4,000 records or more, there are significant cost savings to be made, both from a data list sourcing perspective and the postage. Mailsort discount applies from this volume, enjoying a massive discount on the regular cost of posting. With affiliations to mailing houses, Responsiva will refer you to a specialist in this area if desired.

The marketing data must be chosen to best fit your target audience. Working from what is probably the best single source business universe within the UK, Responsiva brokers data lists from a combined database of more than three million business records UK-wide. The prospect data can be selected by company size, geography, vertical market and premise type, in addition to the required contact fields such as senior decision makers and full company name and postal address.

The business universe receives updates on a monthly basis, ensuring that the data is as fresh as possible. Mailing gone-aways are usually in the region of 1%, and are guaranteed to be below 2%. This conforms with the marketing data industry standards and provides you with a high quality marketing file from which to deliver your sales message. Although Responsiva are not experts in marketing letter content writing, our recommendations are as follows;

  • Keep the message short; to a single side of paper if possible. Several pages of text will most likely be discarded by your prospect. Less is definitely more.
  • Do not send out expensive leaflets or brochures; these should be saved for the responders to your marketing letters. Indeed the letter should give mention that you will supply further literature if desired, and leave them with some questions so that they do respond.
  • Explain some (just a few) of the key benefits of working with your organisation.
  • Provide a very brief overview of your company’s experience in your field of expertise. This can be as short as “we have serviced more than 1,000 customers over the past 20 years“.
  • Offer something for free if you can. Ideally a sample of some kind. Let the prospect trial your service before they commit to anything longer term.
  • Ensure your letter has a call to action; what should your prospect do now?

The last point is key. It is all very well explaining the benefits of your company and how long you have been in business, but this is of limited value if you do not explain what you would like the prospect to do in response to your letter. The most simple of answers being that you would like them to call or email you to request further information, arrange an appointment or simply to take advantage of your free samples.

If you are considering a marketing campaign for September then now is the best time to contact Responsiva regarding the b2b mailing list you will needing for that campaign. After agreeing the specification with you, for your target market, Responsiva will supply you with some free samples. It is recommended that you use the remaining time in August to contact these samples (preferably by phone) to verify the marketing data quality and sense-check that they would be good prospects for you. And that being the case, hopefully you will come back by month end to source the full b2b mailing list for the September initiative.

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