• ENGAGE:HISPANICS
    Transcreation 101: All You Need To Know To Maximize Your Content Efforts
    We live in a globalized era, when many times, as content producers and marketers, we create content for a campaign in one language and then translate it to reach a multicultural audience in the U.S. or consumers in other countries.
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    Hispanic Facts In 2017
    The annual "Ad Age Hispanic Fact Pack" just came out and it provides an interesting snapshot of the Hispanic market in the United States. Aside from celebrating the best Hispanic advertising work and the top players in the industry, there are always thought-provoking nuggets of data that provide deeper insights into trends in the Hispanic marketplace. I've culled eight themes from the report that should provide some stimulating insights for all marketers.
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    You Say Hola, I Say Alo: Hispanic Terminology Best Practices
    Hispanic Heritage Month is around the corner and with it comes an influx of brands trying to connect to the ever-growing, digitally savvy purchasing powerhouse: the Hispanic community. It's always refreshing to see brands celebrating Hispanics. Some brands are well prepared and hit the target; others get kudos for trying to craft messages that resonate, with the occasional ad that completely misses the mark. But what should marketers do to ensure that their brands get it right?
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    Using Corporate Entrepreneurship To Champion Hispanic Budgets
    A new fiscal year is in sight and you still have no measurable Hispanic or multicultural budget. You've shown the C-suite the purchasing power numbers, the demographic trends, and the generational trends to no avail. Well, you're not alone; 49% of respondents in a recent CMO Council study admitted they do not have a multicultural marketing initiative in place.
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    Hispanics Approaching One Trillion Dollars In Aggregate HH Incomes
    The median household income for Hispanics this year is estimated to be close to $45k, below the $57k average. 19% of the US population identifies as Hispanic, and two-thirds of the Hispanic population are from Mexico.
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    Culturally Hi-Def: How To Integrate Music Into Cultural Marketing
    Brands that market to multicultural audiences have found music as a key approach to connecting across generations. But multicultural marketers sometimes overlook the many facets differentiating their target audiences, ranging from differing countries of origin to local cultures and experiences. To truly connect, marketers must craft precise messages for specific segments rather than treating the multicultural community as a singular audience.
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    Why Are Hispanic Millennials Streaming More Spanish-language Content?
    It's no secret that traditional Spanish broadcast networks have been experiencing a steady loss of viewers in the U.S. year over year. Many factors are contributing to this decline including a slowing in immigration from Mexico. But, perhaps even more impactful is the fact that growth in the U.S. Hispanic market is primarily coming from U.S. born. However, our latest report, which focuses on the media habits of the Total Market, shows a significant increase in the number of Hispanic millennials streaming Spanish language content via over the top services.
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    The 'Trump/Total Market' Hispanic Slump
    We're halfway into 2017 and the Hispanic marketing industry is in a funk.
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    Hispanic Millennials, The New Now Of Retail
    Every cloud has a silver lining. And when it comes to the current status of the retail industry, which ranges from "bleak to promising," according to Business.com, that silver lining consists of Hispanic millennials. In fact, regardless of the state of retail at large, Hispanic millennials - especially Latinas - are the new now of retail, and their impact on your bottom line may be more than you realize.
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    3 Things To Keep In Mind When Engaging U.S. Hispanics Via Google Search
    Many have speculated as to how Hispanic online search behavior differs or is similar to that of non-Hispanic Whites. Numerous studies have been conducted on the subject. Results often fall victim to the same issue, that respondents tend to tell researchers what they think we want to hear. But what we're looking for is a better understanding of what these cohorts really do while searching online.
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