Webinar Presenters<br />Mary Zerafa<br />Vice President Integrated Marketing, impreMedia<br />Cynthia Corzo<br />Editor, H...
Hispanics…<br />                          …are expected to<br />transform large parts of our <br />economy and culture <br...
The 2010 Census – 10 Questions<br />With some paraphrasing for brevity,<br />here are all 10 questions on the 2010 Census ...
Census vs. American Community Survey<br />Every 10 Years<br />Includes 10 questions:<br /><ul><li>Persons in household
Age
Ethnicity, race, country of origin
Housing type and owner/renter
Gender
Relationships among</li></ul>     household members<br />Ongoing monthly sample ~2m/year<br />Includes 48 questions:<br />...
More detail on housing characteristics
Occupation & Public assistance data
Educational attainment
Language spoken at home</li></ul>     and English ability<br /><ul><li>Place of birth and citizenship status
Income, Employment, etc.</li></li></ul><li>A  Blog for Hispanic Marketers<br /><ul><li>Hispanic Market Info is a blog prov...
Hispanic Market Info is written by authors who are recognized authorities in Hispanic marketing and media. 
Agencies, advertisers, and influencers turn to the blog for marketinsights from the No.1 Hispanic news and information com...
Sign up for your free e-newsletter with headlines from www.hispanicmarketinfo.com</li></li></ul><li>Latinos are the larges...
Population by Hispanic Origin and Race<br />
Hispanics have the highest purchasing power among any racial or ethnic group<br /> Estimated <br />$1 trillion<br />in 201...
U.S. Hispanic Purchasing Power<br />Hispanic purchasing power will rise to $1.5 trillion in 2015, larger than the economie...
That’s an astounding<br />457%<br />             increase over 1990<br />
What do companies need to know about this purchasing power? <br />- that Hispanics are Fiercely Brand Loyal<br />
 As research indicates – <br />    85%<br /> of Hispanics prefer<br /> to buy a more expensive<br />but trusted brand over...
The Hispanic<br />       Market<br />  is changing<br />        the way that<br />agencies and<br />  the media think<br /...
The Super Bowl of Demographics<br />by Gustavo Razzetti (@gusrazzetti)<br />Chief Strategy & Engagement @GrupoGallegos<br />
The Super Bowl of Demographics<br /><ul><li>High expectations attracting both experienced Hispanic advertisers - the "afic...
The major event supporting the growing interest in the Latino market.
In 2002, Hispanic ad investment soared to $3.4 billion (27.4% growth versus 4% in the previous year).</li></li></ul><li>Ge...
General Market is changing: now only 65.2% of Total Population is white.
In Arizona, Texas, and California, Hispanics make up 30% or more of their total populations. </li></li></ul><li>A New Prof...
Spanish still plays a big role at home.
Average income continues to increase.
Growth is driven by US born Latinos</li></li></ul><li>Latinos are Leading <br />Growth in U.S.<br /><ul><li>Hispanics cont...
Without HA, population of many States would have shown a decrease.
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  • Yaeshora ¡HAGASE CONTAR! campaign was second largest effort after Census BureauMedia highlights:22-minute Census special program, hosted by Maria Elena Salinas, aired twice on all Univision stations.Over 26,000 PSAs aired.More than 50 local community events across the nation
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  • Obama won Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada; giving Obama a massive head-start. Clinton then won Florida and Michigan handily, but both states were stripped off their DNCC delegates for moving their nominating primaries to January – Obama wasn’t On Super ”duper” Tuesday, California had largest payout – 370 delegates. Based on our analysis, Obama may have narrowly won CA if it weren’t for strong Latino voter support for Clinton. This win kept her campaign alive, allowing for one of the longest primary battles in history. __________________The Florida GOP nomination primary proved to be a vital win for McCain, and provided the momentum his campaign needed heading into Super Tuesday, after which he emerged as the presumed nominee. Although McCain won five points ahead of Romney, analysis by the NALEO Educational Fund using exit poll data shows that if no Latino had voted in that election, Romney would have won by several percentage points.__________________9.7 million Latinos voted in November– 28% more than 2004. The non-Latino vote increased by 3%.Latino voters comprised 7.4% of all voters in the 2008 general election – up from 6% in 2004.Decisive role in CO and NM; growing influence in IN and VA.
  • The Census 2010: How the Numbers Impact Interactive Strategies

    1. 1.
    2. 2. Webinar Presenters<br />Mary Zerafa<br />Vice President Integrated Marketing, impreMedia<br />Cynthia Corzo<br />Editor, Hispanic Market Weekly<br />Gustavo Razzetti<br />Chief Strategy & Engagement Officer, Grupo Gallegos<br />Evan Bacalao<br />Senior Director of Civic Engagement, NALEO<br />
    3. 3. Hispanics…<br /> …are expected to<br />transform large parts of our <br />economy and culture <br /> to a greater extent and<br />in new ways<br />
    4. 4. The 2010 Census – 10 Questions<br />With some paraphrasing for brevity,<br />here are all 10 questions on the 2010 Census form:<br />How many people were living or staying in this house, apartment or mobile home on April 1, 2010?<br />Were there any additional people staying here April 1, 2010 that you did not include in Question 1?<br /> Is this house, apartment or mobile home owned by you or someone in the house with a mortgage? Owned free and clear? Rented? Occupied without payment of rent?<br />What is your telephone number (number to call if an answer is unclear)?<br /> Names of the individuals living in the home.<br />Sex of the individual inhabitants of the home.<br /> Ages and dates of birth of the individual inhabitants of the home.<br /> Are any the individuals living in the home of Hispanic, Latino or Spanish origin?<br />The race of the individual inhabitants of the home.<br />Do any of the individuals live or stay somewhere else?<br />
    5. 5. Census vs. American Community Survey<br />Every 10 Years<br />Includes 10 questions:<br /><ul><li>Persons in household
    6. 6. Age
    7. 7. Ethnicity, race, country of origin
    8. 8. Housing type and owner/renter
    9. 9. Gender
    10. 10. Relationships among</li></ul> household members<br />Ongoing monthly sample ~2m/year<br />Includes 48 questions:<br /><ul><li>All decennial census questions
    11. 11. More detail on housing characteristics
    12. 12. Occupation & Public assistance data
    13. 13. Educational attainment
    14. 14. Language spoken at home</li></ul> and English ability<br /><ul><li>Place of birth and citizenship status
    15. 15. Income, Employment, etc.</li></li></ul><li>A Blog for Hispanic Marketers<br /><ul><li>Hispanic Market Info is a blog providing the latest in news, research, and upcoming eventinformation on marketing to Hispanics in the U.S.
    16. 16. Hispanic Market Info is written by authors who are recognized authorities in Hispanic marketing and media. 
    17. 17. Agencies, advertisers, and influencers turn to the blog for marketinsights from the No.1 Hispanic news and information company in the U.S.
    18. 18. Sign up for your free e-newsletter with headlines from www.hispanicmarketinfo.com</li></li></ul><li>Latinos are the largest minority in the U.S.<br />50% of the U.S. population growth was driven<br /> by increases in the Hispanic population<br />
    19. 19. Population by Hispanic Origin and Race<br />
    20. 20. Hispanics have the highest purchasing power among any racial or ethnic group<br /> Estimated <br />$1 trillion<br />in 2010<br />to grow to <br />$1.5 trillion<br />in 2015<br />
    21. 21. U.S. Hispanic Purchasing Power<br />Hispanic purchasing power will rise to $1.5 trillion in 2015, larger than the economies of all but 8 countries in the world<br />
    22. 22. That’s an astounding<br />457%<br /> increase over 1990<br />
    23. 23. What do companies need to know about this purchasing power? <br />- that Hispanics are Fiercely Brand Loyal<br />
    24. 24. As research indicates – <br /> 85%<br /> of Hispanics prefer<br /> to buy a more expensive<br />but trusted brand over<br /> a less expensive<br /> one they don’t know<br />
    25. 25. The Hispanic<br /> Market<br /> is changing<br /> the way that<br />agencies and<br /> the media think<br /> about<br />Latino-focused<br /> marketing<br /> campaigns<br />and advertising<br /> dollars<br />
    26. 26. The Super Bowl of Demographics<br />by Gustavo Razzetti (@gusrazzetti)<br />Chief Strategy & Engagement @GrupoGallegos<br />
    27. 27. The Super Bowl of Demographics<br /><ul><li>High expectations attracting both experienced Hispanic advertisers - the "aficionados" - and newcomers, the "casual fans.”
    28. 28. The major event supporting the growing interest in the Latino market.
    29. 29. In 2002, Hispanic ad investment soared to $3.4 billion (27.4% growth versus 4% in the previous year).</li></li></ul><li>General Market redefined<br /><ul><li>Hispanics are 16% of total pop (50MM)
    30. 30. General Market is changing: now only 65.2% of Total Population is white.
    31. 31. In Arizona, Texas, and California, Hispanics make up 30% or more of their total populations. </li></li></ul><li>A New Profile of The Latino Population<br /><ul><li>Not as concentrated as it used to be.
    32. 32. Spanish still plays a big role at home.
    33. 33. Average income continues to increase.
    34. 34. Growth is driven by US born Latinos</li></li></ul><li>Latinos are Leading <br />Growth in U.S.<br /><ul><li>Hispanics contributed 55% of the overall population growth.
    35. 35. Without HA, population of many States would have shown a decrease.
    36. 36. The Hispanic population in 37 states has increased by over 50 % between 2000 and 2010.
    37. 37. 9 States had a Hispanic growth of 100% or more.</li></li></ul><li>Forever Young?<br /><ul><li>1 out of 4 babies – 2 year old or younger- are Latinos.
    38. 38. 22% of people of age under 18 are from Hispanic origin.
    39. 39. Latino population under 35 years old grew 51.5% in the last two decades versus a 7.3% growth for non-Hispanic whites.
    40. 40. While most of Latinos (61.8%) are still under 35 years old, the number has reduced significantly (68.7%in 1990).</li></li></ul><li>Internet Penetration is Catching up to GM<br />Higher acculturated Hispanics even outpace GM penetration<br />NCS/NHCS: FALL 2010, 2009, 2008 ADULT FULL YEAR (OCT '09 - DEC '10)<br />
    41. 41. Social Media is Also Exploding<br />22 million Hispanic visitors<br />70% Hispanic Reach<br />125%Annual Hispanic growth <br />3.2 million Hispanic visitors <br />10% Hispanic reach <br />22% Annual Hispanic growth <br />18 million Hispanic visitors <br />58% Hispanic reach <br />25% Annual Hispanic growth <br />
    42. 42. Mobile has become The New Web<br />Index 226<br />Index 161<br />Index 148<br />Index166<br />Access<br />Digital Music<br />Access News or Information<br />Watch Videos<br />or TV<br />Access Social<br />Networks<br />
    43. 43. Consumption of Media in both Languages, has become the New Norm<br />
    44. 44. Implications for Marketers <br />For “aficionados”:<br />Expand your efforts beyond the traditional Hispanic DMAs. <br />Unique opportunity of targeting bicultural, bilingual Hispanics to grow their business among Latinos.<br />Test media and messages in both languages.<br />For "casual fans”:<br />With Digital and New media explosion, Pilot Programs in specific DMAs can be developed very effectively and efficiently. <br />For both “aficionados” and “casual fans”:<br />Consider the "new Latino DMAs" as the perfect testing ground, specially for new products and youth or technology related initiatives. <br />
    45. 45. Implications for Marketers (cont’d) <br />Retailers and regional brands should start considering Latinos as the new General Market.<br />In specific categories (mobile phones, tablets, luxury goods, etc) Latinos is the way to grow the business.<br />From an engagement standpoint; we need to go beyond advertising to effectively tap into this mobile, digital, and bicultural consumer.<br />
    46. 46. You don't need to wait for the next <br />Super Bowl of demographics. <br />The game of Latino marketing happens every week.<br />
    47. 47. Who we are<br />The NALEO Educational Fund is the leading nonprofit organization that facilitates full Latino participation in the American political process, from citizenship to public service. <br />It achieves this mission through three primary programmatic departments:<br />Policy, Research & Advocacy (PRA)<br />Civic Engagement (CE)<br />Constituency Services (CS)<br />
    48. 48. 2010 Census – Latino Growth<br />Reapportionment <br />The overall population increases by 10%. Latino population grows 43%, and reaches 50.5 million mark. <br />Latinos are 56% of America’s growth.<br />Latinos prevent net population decline in IL, NJ, NY, & other states.<br />South sees dramatic Latino growth – NC Latino population doubles (111%).<br />Almost 1 in 4 youth (under 18) in the United States is Latino.  <br />In 2009, 92% of Latinos under 18 years of age were born in the United States.<br />
    49. 49. Post-Census Reapportionment<br />Reapportionment <br />
    50. 50. Growth, and Continued Need<br />Latino CVAP, Registration, and Turnout in General Elections<br />
    51. 51. 2008 Presidential Elections<br />Reapportionment <br />GOP Latino voters deliver critical win to McCain in Florida.<br />Democratic Latino voters save Hilary Clinton’s primary campaign.<br />Record Latino turnout – 28% increase over 2004.<br />Latinos reshape the political map, including those with emerging Latino communities.<br />Assoc. Press<br />
    52. 52. IAB Updates www.iab.net<br />Educational Webinars<br />Navigating the Cross-Section of Consumer Insights, Sentiment, & Online Behavior – hosted by SAS & Organic,<br />July 13, Noon EST <br />Compliance with IAB’s New Member Code of Conduct<br />July 27, Noon EST<br />Professional Development Classes<br />On-demand training classes available @iab.net<br />Conferences<br />Mobile: IAB Marketplace, July 18, NYC<br />MIXX Conference, Expo, & Awards, October 3-4, NYC<br />Ad Operations Summit, November 7, NYC <br />Networking<br />IAB and NY Ad Club Sponsored By Discovery Communications<br />August 2, 6pm-8pm, NYC<br />
    53. 53. Questions?<br />Please type your questions into the Questions tab on the right side of your screen<br />
    54. 54. Thank you for Joining<br />Thank you for Joining<br />The Census 2010: How the numbers impact interactive strategies Webinar<br />For more information on this webinar and to request a recording of the presentation contact: <br />Jacquelynn Carrera<br />Jacquelynn.carrera@impremedia.com<br />
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