Languages & Cultures

If you want to target an area that is largely non-English speaking, you may want to take advantage of our language and cultural demographics lists. We have lists of households that are non-English speaking or multi-lingual, broken down by language and even dialects! We also offer lists that feature demographics on heritage and ethnic backgrounds, religions, and countries of origin for those who were not born in the United States.

Using this information, you will be able to send direct mail to a household in that household’s preferred language. You can target people who subscribe to a specific religion or cultural practice. If you organize Christian retreats, you can target Christian homes. If you sell kosher foods, you can target Jewish homes. If you offer English lessons, you can target non-English speaking homes. This type of information is crucial when creating a direct mailing campaign—why send a piece of mail in a language that is not spoken at a certain home? This way, every piece of mail you send can be personalized for each individual household.

Here at ProMarketing Leads we can provide you with lists specifically targeted for 150 ethnicities and over 80 languages, as well as other useful cultural demographics, as found below:

Language Selects:

Danish
Swedish
Norwegian
Finnish
Icelandic
Dutch
Flemish
German
Hungarian
Czech
Slovakian
French
Italian
Spanish
Portuguese
Polish
Estonian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Georgian
Armenian
Russian
Turkish
Kurdish
Greek
Farsi
Moldavian
Bulgarian
Romanian
Albanian
Slovenian
Serbo-Croatian
Azeri
Kazakh
Pashto
Urdu
Bengali
Indonesian
Burmese
Mongolian
Chinese
Korean
Japanese
Thai
Malay
Laotian
Khmer
Vietnamese
Sinhalese
Uzbeki
Hebrew
Arabic
Turkmeni
Tajik
Kirghiz
Hindi
Nepali
Samoan
Tongan
Oromo
Gha
Tibetan
Swazi
Zulu
Xhosa
Afrikaans
Comorian
Ashanti
Swahili
Hausa
Bantu
Dzongkha
Amharic
Tswana
Somali
Macedonian
Tagalog
Sotho
Malagasy
Basque
Ibo/Igbo
Yorub

Cultural Selects:

English
Scottish
Danish
Swedish
Norwegian
Finnish
Icelandic
Dutch
Belgian
German
Austrian
Hungarian
Czech
Slovak
Irish
Welsh
French
Swiss
Italian
Hispanic
Portuguese
Polish
Estonian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Ukrainian
Georgian
Byelorussian
Armenian
Russian
Turk
Kurd
Greek
Persian
Moldavian
Bulgarian
Romanian
Albanian
Native American
Slovenian
Croatian
Serbian
Bosnian
Azerbejani
Kazakh
Afghan
Pakistani
Bangladesh
Indonesian
Indian
Myanmar
Mongolian
Chinese
Korean
Japanese
Thai
Malay
Laotian
Khmer
Vietnamese
Sri Lankan
Uzbek
Other Orient
Jewish
Aleut
Jewish Hebrew language name
Arab
Turkmenistan
Tajik
Kirghiz
Saudi
Iraqi
Libyan
Egyptian
Ruandan
Hindu
Djbouti
Manx
Telugu
Nepal
Western Samoa
Mauritania
Tonga
Senegalese
Malawi
Sudanese
Moroccan
Afro-American
Kenyan
Nigerian
Ghanian
Zambian
Congo
Central African Rep.
Togo
Bahrain
Qatar
Guyanese
Tibetan
Fiji
Swaziland
Zulu
Xhosa
Basotho
S. African
Liberian
Comoros
Benin
Burkina Faso
Niger
Ashanti
Swahili
Angola
Mali
Hausa
Pili
Zaire
Surinam
Mozambique
Ivory Coast
Bhutanese
Ethiopian
Ugandan
Botswanian
Cameroon
Zimbabwian
Namibian
Burundi
Tanzanian
Gambian
Somalian
Macedonian
Chad
Gabon
Angolan
Chechnian
Algerian
Pilipino
Lesotho
Tunisian
Hawaiian
Madagascar
Basque
Siere Leone
Kuwaiti
Yemeni
Guinea-Bissea
Papua New Guinea
Equat Guinea
Syrian
Multi-Lingual
Non-English Home
Religion