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Find what info Acxiom has on us?
JeremyL




msg:1571717
 4:08 pm on Apr 5, 2005 (gmt 0)

With InfoUSA, I can easily do a seach and see all the listings they have on us and submit changes via their form.

With Acxiom, I cannot seem to find out what information they have on us to see what needs to be changed. I put a call into them and am waiting to hear back. But does anyone else know of an easy way to see what info they have so I can request the needed changed?

Also I have seen some mention of Dun & Bradstreet, DeepData, and Amacai. Are they worth messing with? Also, any others I am missing out on?

 

Chicago




msg:1571718
 2:34 pm on Apr 8, 2005 (gmt 0)

>>acxiom

they do have a page on their site to update your business data, jeremy- the link is [bcb.acxiom.com...] . but what you have to do is provide the data that they currently have first, then the updated data. so, what you need to do is find some of the yp providers that are currently using acxiom, find out which information they have on your business and then use that to update your listing. frequently, however, you will find that backfill lacks consistancy because of different licensing agreements and update variances. if you find two seperate sets of data, update both.

>>worth messing with

yes, all business data aggregators should have accurate business information. this can only help you.

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