- Hiring is down
- Budgets have been cut
- Layoffs are looming or have happened
List are also cheaper, kind of like gasoline. The biggest decline was in Super Premium unleaded, I mean in b-to-b permission-based e-mail lists, which fell to $293 per thousand, down from $305 a year earlier.
I know, it's not really news. On the bright side, strength remains in:
- Ad sales
The only surprise here is catalogs. I wonder if people are using catalogs more because they're at home more? Seems plausible.