21st Century Marketing picks up Siempre Mujer List Business

21st Century Marketing will handle the brokerage and management of Meredith's Siempre Mujer magazine subscriber list. The list contains 258,852 active paid subscribers to the Hispanic women's lifestyle magazine. The Siempre Mujer subscriber list offers “a young, hip audience of Spanish-speaking prospects,” has a median age of 34 and a median household income of $39,000. These Hispanics have expressed interested in receiving Spanish language offers. The subscriber list is expected to provide a receptive audience for offers including books, electronics, computer supplies, apparel, gifts, collectibles, fundraisers, credit cards, and insurance. Interest selections are offered for computer owners, contributors, do-it-yourself, gardening, health and fitness, and home electronics.


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