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Business Mailing List - Infogroup


All U.S. Businesses
B2B Marketing – Postal, Telemarketing, Email
10MM Businesses
19MM Executives By Title

Updated Monthly


Infogroup’s Business Mailing List is one of the most up-to-date Business Address Database for commercial enterprises within the United States. This database is available online or by contacting a BB Direct representative. Whether you connect manually or online, you’ll have access to over 10 million businesses and 19 million executive decision makers. Updated each month, our Business Database gives you access to a host of potential new customers.


Standard Index Classification (SIC) Coding – Infogroup’s Business File include Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary SIC codes.  With up to 6 digit level SIC's, your ability to pinpoint only those ideal business candidates is greatest.


North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Coding - Infogroup's Business File is also selectable by businesses according to their NAICS codes.  Whether SIC, or NAICS, you're sure to target the right businesses each time.




Accounting Expense

Foreign Parent Flag

Purchase Mgmt/Admin Svc Expense

Actual Employees

Fortune Ranking

Purchased Print Expense

Actual Sales


Rent & Leasing Expense

Ad Size Code

Government Flag

Sales Volume

Address Type Indicator

High Income Exec Flag

Site Number

Advertising Expense

High Tech Business Flag

Sm Med Bus Seg

Attorney Cuisine Code

Import Export Flag

Square Footage 8

Bank Asset Code

Insurance Expense


Big Business Segmentation Code

Legal Expense

Technology Expense

Business Status Code

Location Employee Size

Tele Research Update Date

Call Status Code

Location Sales Volume

Telecommunications Expense 

Company Holding Status

Modeled Employee Size Flag

Title Code

Contract Labor Expense

Multi-Tenant Number

True Franchise Flag

Corporate Employee Size Code

Multi-Tenant Code

Type Code

Corporate Employees

New to Database Date

Utilities Expense

Corporate Output Volume Code

Number Employees

Vendor Ethnic Group

Cottage Code

Office Equipment Expense

Vendor Ethnicity

Credit Alpha Score

Office Size Code

Vendor Language

Credit Cards Accepted

One Per/All Per Company or Phone

Vendor Religion

Credit Numeric Score

Output Volume

Wealth Code

Date In Database

Output Volume Type Code

Web Site Flag

Email Flag

Own Or Lease

White Collar

Employee Size Code

Package/Container Expense

Year Established 

Female Exec Flag

Payroll Expense

Year First Appeared

Filing Flag

Professional Sic Flag

Yellow Page Code




To ensure you are building your best prospective B2B clientele list, we make available the selects you’ll need for pinpoint accuracy (as shown above).  You’ll have greatest success with our business list if you consider your geography, your SIC Code selection, and your target business size.


1. Start by Identifying Your Target Geographic Market


We make it easy to create the boundaries of your target geographic market by offering a wide variety of geographic selects, i.e., carrier routes, zip codes, Cities and Counties, radius by distance or drive time, or your very own custom-drawn polygon within our easy-to-use mapping tool. 


You’ll want to also consider the natural boundaries of County and State if your business service requires a license to do business, where your competition is located, where they focus their marketing, the ideal delivery range of your delivery fleet, and/or how far your customers are willing to travel to find you.


2. Important SIC Code Considerations


For many B2B businesses, it makes best marketing sense to use the SIC Code to segment your marketing communication.  You’ll likely find that your products and services are perceived differently by one business type than by another.  One business type may require enterprise level inhouse printing technology, while another business type may only need a simple desk printer.  Be sure to evaluate your B2B prospects and how your marketing message may vary depending on the SIC Code. 


3. Business Size Matters


Be it Employee Size select or Annual Revenue select, selecting the size of the prospective business customer does matter.  Because most businesses function differently, your product or service message should vary depending on the size of the business.  A multi-location business will have very different needs than a smaller single location establishment.  Though all sized businesses may be ideal for your products and services offerings, the message want to communicate should be appropriate to the business size.


4. B2B Team Based Buying Decision Makers

More often than not, key decision makers are influenced by other members of their organization.  Because we’ve got more contact titles than any other database, you’ll be able to reach both the primary decision maker, as well as those influencers who can help with moving your proposal forward.

What is the best way to access the Consumer Database you ask?

You make that call!  Whether you're on the go and prefer to run your own counts and orders, or you would like the assistance of one of our list experts, help is just a click or phone call away.   To access our count and order system, simply visit www.bbdirectleads.com, register for free and start building your list today. Or give us a call for at 866-501-6273. A real person answers the phone, really!

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