TraceParts, one of the world’s leading CAD content providers, has a very large database of engineers and designers that is constantly growing. Today TraceParts.com has more than 4,9 million users and is rapidly approaching the 5-million-member mark. An important milestone that should be reached in a few weeks.
Last year, more than 354,000 new contacts registered on the platform. Among them, there are 150,000 opt-in contacts that can be targeted thanks to TraceParts’ digital marketing solutions.
Opt-in, or previous consent, is one of the main principles of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). An opt-in contact is a contact who has given explicit consent to receive communications, including marketing communications. In practice, this means that you, part manufacturers and distributors, computer hardware vendors, CAx software vendors, 3D printing, rapid prototyping, and 3D scanner professionals, can communicate directly with more than 950,000 contacts because they have given their consent when they registered on the TraceParts platform. Among them, 150,000 new opt-in contacts have joined the database in 2022.
Top 5 by country
Top 5 by language
Top 4 by Job
Top 5 by field of activity
Top 5 by department
Top 5 by interest
The 354,000 new contacts acquired in 2022 – including 150,000 opt-in contacts – show that the TraceParts user community continues to grow and that it can help you reach more and more new customers. These great results also confirm millions of engineers and designers’ confidence in TraceParts.com as one of their favourite content resources for increasing efficiency in creating new machines and industrial equipment.
How many new registrants do you think TraceParts.com will have this year? Follow the registration progress directly from the website homepage.
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