Results for March 2009
  • Language Choice? Cualquiera!
    As this demographic undergoes historic population shifts and growth, Spanish is no longer the default language, but an option. And reaching this multifaceted audience demands a newfound understanding of language usage and preference.
  • Recession's Effect Equals Opportunities For Advertisers
    Investing in the Hispanic market is a no-brainer. It simply makes good business sense. And now in the toughest times, marketers will find the easiest route to sales and ROI is with the Hispanic consumer market.
  • Brand Loyal, Yet Unbranded
    What happens when acculturating Latinos don't have familiarity to rely on? What happens when the first generation born in the United States and raised with Latino values begins to navigate the complicated world of consumption and to make purchase decisions?
  • Hispanic NASCAR Fans Break The Mold
    One internationally prominent marketer that has been working hard to understand and appeal to U.S. Hispanic consumers is NASCAR. The sport signed on its first Hispanic driver, Juan Pablo Montoya, in 2007; and today, 38% of U.S. Hispanics consider themselves at least "casual fans" of NASCAR -- essentially the same proportion as for non-Hispanics (42%).