Email Data UK Info

Full B2B Database is built up of:

  • Email Addresses (100%)
  • Name (91%)
  • Postcode (95%)
  • Job Role (75%)
  • Industry (71%)
  • Region (95%)

Full B2C Database is built up:

  • Email Address (100%)
  • Name (70%)
  • Region (68%)
  • Age (66%)
  • Income Bracket (58%)
  • Living Status (9%)
  • Gender (69%)
  • Employment (4%)

As Easy as 1 2 3 with Email Data UK!

To sum up the best reason to use email marketing for your business: It’s easy, effective, and inexpensive. It is important for building relationships with prospects, leads, current customers and even past customers. And we’re here to make it even easier for you.

With over 360’000 Business 2 Business and over 1.8 million Business 2 Consumer email addresses in our database, take your digital marketing to the next step.

  1. Select whether you would like Business or Consumer Email Lists
  2. Choose your database package
  3. Checkout and receive your data the very same day!


How to Keep Your Email Lists Clean

When it comes to purchasing data especially from Email Data Solutions, you become responsible for the data you hold as you become the owner. Our advice would be to keep this file as clean and up to date as possible to continue using it month on month, as we know only too well how quickly data can deteriorate. This not only helps reduce the cost of sending and spam complains but it will also have a more positive effect on your open and click through rates. Sending to clean email lists can improve your conversion rate and help increase revenues.

So how do you keep your email list clean? Read on for 3 simple steps to keeping your data fresh and up to date:


What Type Of Email Should I Be Sending?

Email marketing is an effective way to communicate with an audience which is why many companies make email marketing part of their strategy. When it comes to designing your email campaign it will depend your audience and the industry you are targeting that will help you decide on the type of email or marketing message you will use. The most popular email types are as follows:


People usually buy from companies that they trust so a good tactic for this is to be an authority figure. It doesn’t have to be always an offer that generates sales, offering help and advice can sometimes be all you need. Giving your subscribers a reason to read your emails is important so you need to fill them with relevant and useful information that will make them more likely to want to read your future emails. Showing your readers you are knowledgeable and know what you are talking about gives them the encouragement to trust buying your products and services in the future.


10 Steps to Your Next Successful Email Campaign

1. Set Email Marketing Goals – To understand if your email marketing campaigns are successful you must first define clear goals to target. Giving your campaign objectives is important throughout the creation process, so that you stick to a brief and achieve the goals set.


2. Choose the right data – It is important to get your message in front of the right people for your product. Think about your current customers – are they from a specific industry, location, job role? If so, you need to think about who is best to target for your particular campaign.


3. Perfect Subject Lines – This is the first thing in your email that the subscriber sees, so it must interest them enough to want to open it and read more. Keep it short and snappy and avoid any jargon that excludes your subscribers from understanding.



How to Build Your Email List

So, maybe you’ve read our latest blog about whether or not to buy an email list and you’ve decided to go ahead. Now you need to think about the type of contacts you want to target.

When it comes to considering how to build an email list, it’s important to be realistic. We’re able to target our data by a number of demographics, but there are certain contacts we just don’t have.

When you start out, try to think about where data comes from. Email data is opted in and that means the contact has signed up and filled in their details during an online process. So, let’s say you’re looking for Stamp Collectors in Croydon, or Embroidery companies in Cornwall – how or where would this information come from? How many are there likely to be in the UK and of these how many are likely to have opted in?

If you’re looking for very specific data, such as stamp collectors, dog walkers, or people who own yachts for example – the best place to source this sort of data is directly from that industry – from places these types of people have disclosed their interest. Think magazine subscriptions, membership clubs or exhibitions. This is where you’re going to find information such as this. As to whether or not their information is for sale is another question, but unfortunately, it’s not something we can help with.


Unsure about purchasing an email list?

Unsure about purchasing email data


So, you’re thinking about purchasing an email list. You’ve got all sorts going around your head and opinions coming in from everyone who thinks they know best; you’re even starting to wonder if it’s legal or not!

Well let me start by telling you, that purchasing an email list in the UK is completely legal, so long as the data is opted in, and I’m really pleased to tell you that all of our email lists are! Hurray! We abide by all UK data legislation for both business and consumer contacts – so that’s one less thing for you to worry about! (thumbs up!)

Next question running around your brain – How do I deliver my campaigns? Well the first thing I must say is that you cannot sit on your computer and send an email to each contact yourself. You must have the correct system in place in order to send. Many of the ESP’s you will have heard of, MailChimp, Dotmailer etc simply won’t accept purchased email lists. This has nothing to do with the legality behind prospect marketing, it simply because they want to protect their servers etc.


Purchasing Email Data


When it comes to purchasing email data files, marketers are often met with a plethora of companies, most of whom claiming they’re the best, cheapest, or most trusted.

The fact of the matter is that most companies share large quantities of the same email data. In most cases, a data file in current circulation will inevitably form part of the next person’s Data Universe and so on and so on. If company A has on their email database and company B also has on their email database, then who has the best record?

The answer is of course neither; however elements such as fill and accuracy of the accompanying offline data do play a part in judging the value and ‘quality’ of the email data record.