by Sebastian Aroca on Sep 30, 7:39 AM
while it's clear that consumers are neither one dimensional nor language-centric, for those businesses that are serious about reaching the entire spectrum of the U.S. Hispanic community, then, connecting to the Spanish-preferred and Spanish-reliant audience through a cost-effective Spanish SEO campaign can be an integral part of the overall Hispanic search engine marketing strategy.
by George P. Rimalower on Sep 23, 11:22 AM
Marketing communications inherently seek to educate and to persuade. There's no reason why marketers should experience any drop-off in either as they migrate their copy from English to Spanish -- so long as they don't lose their grasp of nuance or their respect for what can be crucial linguistic and cultural differences.
by Karlene Lukovitz on Sep 16, 8:51 AM
Obviously, Beringer sees its pilot campaign, which will continue through the end of this year, as an opportunity to create and enhance brand preference and loyalty in a very promising growth market (7.3 million Latinos 21 and older consume wine, and 20% report drinking one or more glasses of wine in the past 30 days, for an average of five glasses per month).
by Lee Vann on Sep 9, 7:12 AM
Like any marketing campaign, succeeding on Twitter requires a well-thought-out strategy and a continuous, two-way dialogue that provides value to a given target audience. It also doesn't hurt to have a television network that reaches millions of households.
by Jose Villa on Sep 2, 11:19 AM
All of these quantitative data are sound and the conclusion is pretty straightforward: Hispanics use social media as much or more than their general market counterparts. That's great and all, but it doesn't really help a marketer figure out how to use social media to market to Hispanics.
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