AHAA Latino Link + Social Media October 2010
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There's an amazing convergence happening between the growth of the U.S. Hispanic population and the growth of digital media. Hispanics increasingly use the Internet to keep in touch with family and......

There's an amazing convergence happening between the growth of the U.S. Hispanic population and the growth of digital media. Hispanics increasingly use the Internet to keep in touch with family and friends on social networks, write product reviews, compare prices and shop online. Are your clients' brands ready?

Learn the key issues your agency will need to understand in order to successfully market to Hispanic consumers on social/digital platforms, including shopping behavior, social networks, translation, localization and mobile platforms.

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  • 1. @joekutchera #AHAA2010
  • 2. @joekutchera #AHAA2010
  • 3. @joekutchera #AHAA2010
  • 4. Overview
    • Market opportunity
    • Consumer profiles: Latinos who use the Internet
    • Leaders in marketing to Latinos online
    • Discussion
  • 5. Market Opportunity U.S. Latinos Online: A Driving Force www.IAB.net/us_latinos
  • 6. Market Opportunity: Hispanics Online
    • 30 million or 60%, online at least once a month (eMarketer)
    • 2014, 39.2 million or 70%
    • 54% are Spanish-dominant or bi-cultural (AOL Hispanic)
    • 61% said “When I need information the first place I look is the Internet” ( Simmons NCS/NHCS)
    • 41% are very or somewhat likely to take action after viewing a banner ad (ARAnet/eMarketer)
  • 7. Market Opportunity: Hispanics Online
    • 61% made a purchase online; Average spend of $746 (Scarborough)
    • 78% penetration rate of wireless services among Hispanic teens (ANA/Dieste)
    • 48% of Hispanics text message (Scarborough)
  • 8. Consumer Profiles
  • 9. Madeline and Ricardo
  • 10. Elizabeth
  • 11. Mike and Monica Melone
  • 12. Alfonso: $40 Billion spent in U.S.
  • 13. Leaders in Digital Hispanic Marketing
  • 14. General Mills: Que Rica Vida Information seekers; want to assimilate
  • 15. Best Buy en español U.S. Hispanics AND Latin Americans
  • 16. Best Buy en español
  • 17. Babycenter: Targeting Latina Mothers “ I am 19 weeks pregnant and I subscribed to the English site at 8 weeks. A few weeks ago I switched to the Spanish site and I like it more because you really take into account the Latino perspective.”
  • 18. Ford: Targeting Latinas Online Content Relevancy
  • 19. Lexicon: English without Borders Continuous Relationship with Consumers
  • 20. AmFamLatino.com Align Talent with Marketplace
  • 21. AmFamLatino.com: Interactive Home
  • 22. AmFamLatino.com: Interactive Home
  • 23. AmFamLatino on Facebook
  • 24. Social Media Case Study:
    • La Caida de Edgar (el original)
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b89CnP0Iq30
    • La Caida de Edgar (Emperador)
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwyNPo5lE-Y
  • 25. The Big Idea: Reaching Connectors on Social Networks
  • 26. The Story of
  • 27. … and Cumbio
  • 28. “ Connectors” Organizing Events
  • 29. “ Connectors” Getting Book Deals
  • 30. Hiring “Connectors”
  • 31.  
  • 32. Finding “Connectors”
  • 33.  
  • 34.  
  • 35. Global Gateways
  • 36. Summary
    • Latinos past the tipping point online
    • Latinos online:
      • Global connectors
      • Information seekers…who want to assimilate
      • Comparison shoppers
    • Hispanic marketing leaders develop:
      • Culturally relevant content
      • Relationships with their consumers on social networks
      • HR strategies to align talent and content for the marketplace
  • 37. Discussion
    • Are online Hispanics U.S.-only influencers? Or global influencers?
    • Do we need to think globally in developing marketing strategies for a global medium?
    • How can we act locally on a global medium?
    • How can we reach “Cumbios” on multiple touch points?
  • 38. Questions? amzn.to/LatinoLink Download a free chapter about social media at: JoeKutchera.com/LatinoLink
    • 87% of online US Hispanics (24,247,000) engage in social networking
    • Facebook is #1 with 18,327,000 US Hispanic users
    • 30.8 percent of smart phone users accessed social networking sites via their mobile browser in January 2010
    • Access to Facebook via mobile browser grew 112 percent in the past year, while Twitter experienced a 347-percent jump
    Source: ComScore Media Metrix
  • 40.
    • 45.4 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones
    • 40% of Hispanics access the Internet through mobile phones
    • 87 percent of Hispanic households have multiple mobile phones and use them more than any other form of personal or handheld technologies
    • Hispanics over-index on mobile video consumption
    US HISPANICS & PORTABLE DEVICES Source: ComScore Media Metrix
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