Might Online Media Disrupt Hispanic Acculturation?

This article originally appeared on MediaPost and is a preview of Latino Link: Building brands online with Hispanic communities and content from Paramount Books. After reading Felipe Korzenny’s and Lee Vann’s column about Hispanics’ adoption of...

The Story of SoiTu.es: Community + Technology + Editorial

Following is a preview of Latino Link: Building brands online with Hispanic communities and content from Paramount Books. How can we develop great content online for the Spanish-language world in the years ahead? Much like the Madrid-based blog networks in my previous...

Coke Opens Happiness via Educational Promotion

This article originally appeared on MediaPost. This fall, Coca-Cola launched an educational marketing initiative with the goal of helping Hispanics fulfill their dream of learning English. This is an important customer base as Hispanics represent one quarter of Coke’s...

How should marketers use social media? Learn from Ford

Scott Monty gave an insightful keynote presentation at the OMMA conference last week about how Ford uses social media to listen and respond to its customers.  Check out his presentation below and their Fiesta Movement social media site where 100 “agents”...

Razorfish Grows in Latin America

Joe Crump, Group VP of Strategy and Planning at Razorfish, recently spoke at the IAB Mexico’s annual conference about his agency’s plans to expand into Latin America.  He shared a few digital success stories that can be brought to Latin America, most notably Obama’s...

New Ways to Reach Latin Americans Online

Recently, I had the opportunity to lead a panel at Portada’s Latin Americal Pan-Regional Advertising Summit about new ways of reaching Latin Americans online. My fellow panelists Alex Banks of ComScore, Igal Rubinstein of S.com.mx, Vinicius Losacco of Warner...

Pros and Cons of Pan-Regional Advertising in Latam

Franklin Vargas, Director Latin American Marketing at Genius presented the pros and cons of the Panregional Media Buy from the perspective of a large IT company at Portada’s Panregional Advertising Summit in Miami. See his slide here that summarizes his...

The Future of Print Media: QR Codes and Customizable Mailings

Not only was it a brutal month for the economy, but for print media as well. As October drew to a close, the Christian Science Monitor announced that it was discontinuing its daily paper edition, changing it to a weekly paper edition and publishing daily updates to...