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Hispanic Health Insurance Roulette

Health Insurance for the Hispanic | Latino Segment
As health insurance companies as well as government health exchanges compete across the country for enrollment, multicultural and specifically the Hispanic audience is key

Adjusting automotive marketing to serve the US Hispanic population

In 2018, the renowned marketing magazine “The Marketing Insider” projected that the number of cars purchased by the US Hispanics will double between 2010 and 2020. To no surprise, their projection was right.

Corona Beer: Victim of Spam Marketing

Corona beer is one of the victims of spam marketing. Its name has been linked to Coronavirus and has brought bad consequences.

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

As the legal cannabis industry continues its rapid rise, there’s an interesting statistic that’s catching the attention of digital cannabis marketers and multicultural groups alike. It’s recently been revealed that Hispanics are more likely than nearly any other ethnic group to consume cannabis products or support cannabis legalization efforts.

Reaching Hispanic Car Buyers

Each market is different, even when looking at the Hispanic market.  The local market in Miami is quite different than the markets in San Francisco, New York or any other.  There are numerous factors including language (Spanish versus English), to cultural backgrounds and differences in country of origin or individuals or family (U.S. born, 3rd generation is different from 1st generation family recently arriving from Guatemala) can be significantly different.  These are the details that local/regional dealerships understand.

Hispanic Voters Take Over

32 Million Eligible Hispanic Voters for 2020 – making this group potentially the most influential racial or ethnic minority group in the electorate.

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Drones and the Hispanic Community

Drones and the Hispanic Community

The size of the US Hispanic community is not only important from the politic, social or health perspective. This huge group of people are also shaping the communications in other surprising areas such as drones.

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

As the legal cannabis industry continues its rapid rise, there’s an interesting statistic that’s catching the attention of digital cannabis marketers and multicultural groups alike. It’s recently been revealed that Hispanics are more likely than nearly any other ethnic group to consume cannabis products or support cannabis legalization efforts.

Travel Advertising in North America

Travel Advertising in North America

Travel industry is one of the most important engines of the economy for any country, particularly, because it moves many other businesses and industries at the same time and is a primary driver of economic growth and job creation in the United States.

Reaching Hispanic Car Buyers

Each market is different, even when looking at the Hispanic market.  The local market in Miami is quite different than the markets in San Francisco, New York or any other.  There are numerous factors including language (Spanish versus English), to cultural backgrounds and differences in country of origin or individuals or family (U.S. born, 3rd generation is different from 1st generation family recently arriving from Guatemala) can be significantly different.  These are the details that local/regional dealerships understand.

Latest Posts

Drones and the Hispanic Community

Drones and the Hispanic Community

The size of the US Hispanic community is not only important from the politic, social or health perspective. This huge group of people are also shaping the communications in other surprising areas such as drones.

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

As the legal cannabis industry continues its rapid rise, there’s an interesting statistic that’s catching the attention of digital cannabis marketers and multicultural groups alike. It’s recently been revealed that Hispanics are more likely than nearly any other ethnic group to consume cannabis products or support cannabis legalization efforts.