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Connecting “Like A Good Neighbor” on Facebook: Tips for Building your Spanish-Language Facebook Page from State Farm

This article originally appeared on MediaPost. How should marketers customize a Facebook initiative for the U.S. Hispanic market? State Farm’s Aymee Zubizarreta answered that question during our recent conversation about how the insurance giant found its voice and connected to its Latino audience with content about music, […]

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Viva La Musica! Developing a music promotion for bilingual Hispanics

Entrevista con Bernardo Meza

This post originally appeared on MediaPost Engage:Hispanics. As the English speaking Latino audience grows in size and importance, how can marketers develop culturally relevant promotions for Hispanics? Bernardo Meza, Brand Manager for Wrigley Multicultural Marketing answered that question for me by describing his company’s Vive tu Música […]

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Building and Maintaining a Culture of Innovation

By Josh Linkner

How can you build and maintain a creative culture within your organization? In the February issue of Change This, Josh Linkner answers that question by offering the following seven key principles for How to Build Your Organization’s Creativity Mojo. The downloadable manifesto is an excerpt from Linkner’s […]

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How to promote a book using social media (Part III of How to Write a Book)

Fascinate: Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation

“Thankfully, persistence is a great substitute for talent,” Steve Martin said, who recently released his 8th book – An Object of Beauty. Writing a book requires a great deal of persistence. But what about promoting it? I was surprised by how much persistence and work was needed […]

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How to write a book (Part II: Writing and Editing)

According to Winston Churchill, “Writing a book is an adventure. To begin with, it is a toy and an amusement; then it becomes a mistress, and then it becomes a master, and then a tyrant. The last phase is that just as you are about to be […]

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So you want to write a book? A Journey in How To Accomplish A Long-Term Goal

Do you write down your annual or five year goals? I started writing mine down when I was a teenager. My father encouraged me to do so at the beginning of every calendar year. In reviewing mine from a few years ago, I included “write a book” […]

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Is Latin America the new China?

Which region will provide growth for your business in 2011? Paul Gunning, the Chief Executive Officer at Tribal DDB, recently told me, “Latin America is another China” because it has “millions of consumers with rising purchasing power.” A number of recent articles support that claim: This article […]

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What’s your process for innovation? Getting ideas from the Top 10 taglines and trend names

How many photos does a National Geographic photographer need to take in order to capture just the perfect image in their magazine? On average, about 1000. In other words, it takes a lot of trial and error, editing, and experimentation to get to perfection…about one in a […]

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Lessons in Innovation from the First “On-Line”

Recently, I read two books on innovation with two entirely different approaches. The first, Change by Design, was a disappointment even though it is the better known of the two. It actively sells the concept of innovative design. The second, The Victorian Internet, provides greater insights into […]

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The End of the Digital Divide: Latinos Becoming Tech’s Trailblazers

Fox News Latino

The following article first appeared on Fox News Latino. For years, Latinos have been held back by the “digital divide,” an information and technology gap relative to wealthier audiences that enjoy greater access to expensive computers and broadband connections. But two Internet trends will close that gap […]

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