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SIC Codes vs NAICS Codes

Background SIC Codes were established in 1937. The system was built with a strong foundation and was updated numerous times until 1987. The planning of NAFTA as a Free Trade economic community between the U.S.A, Mexico, and Canada led to a new approach for a ...

What to Expect from an Email Campaign?

Email has become a leading form of B2B communication. There are many advantages to this mode of communication, however it is still not without its challenges. DeploymentThe Majority of Email Deployment and Marketing Automation companies do not allow non ...

What is Email Marketing?

Marketing a commercial message to people or employees using email:To enhance relationshipsTo acquire new customersTo advertise new products and servicesWhat can I expect with email marketing? Advantages:Quick and easyCheaper than Direct MailingCan reach a large ...

What is a SIC code append?

A SIC code append is when a business database or business list is matched against a full and accurate database of business data. SIC codes are then populated to the company records of the business data or business list. This allows you to identify the industries ...

What is the difference between 4,6,8 digit SIC codes?

Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes are four digit numerical codes assigned by the U.S. government to business establishments to identify the primary line of business of the establishment. The classification was developed to facilitate the collection, ...

NAICS 2017

The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) revision for 2017 was officially released in January of 2017. The 2017 revisions were made to account for the rapidly changing economy. The main goal of the 2017 revision: To modify or create industries to ...