For the first time in Nativa’s history, co-founders Eric Diaz and Natasha Pongonis will speak at the popular Social Media Week Miami Conference, which will be held September 22-26, 2014 in the iconic city of Miami, Florida.
According to Social Media Week Miami’s website, the conference “provides the ideas, trends, insights and inspiration to help people and businesses understand how to achieve more in a hyper-connected world.”
This year, Eric’s session, The Untapped Opportunity With Hispanics and Social Media will focus on the struggles most brands are still experiencing and how businesses can best understand and capitalize on the fastest growing audience in the U.S.
Natasha will bring years of social media analytics and data measuring experience to her session, Social Analytics: The Key for Social ROI Success. Conference goers will learn how to leverage the wealth of social data now available through social media analytics tools to make better marketing and business decisions.
Natasha’s session starts at 4 pm on Thursday, September 25, and Eric’s at 3 pm on Friday, September 26.
Don’t miss this incredible conference. To register and get special pass deals for social Media Week Miami, please visit, www.socialmediaweek.org/miami/attend.
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The Kickoff Event
This Wednesday night was the inaugural event for a new Phoenix area Hispanic marketing networking group named Collectivo. Nativa has been active in supporting the new group by providing sponsorship for their first two events.
Attendance was excellent at the first event; there was approximately 70 people who came to see what the discussion about the new Hispanic marketing group was all about. The Office Pile coworking space venue was perfect for the event as it allowed people to freely grab an adult beverage and find someone new to converse with in this open environment.
There was great networking to be had at the Collectivo inaugural event. A diverse crew assembled with a mix of people from all types of professions such as marketing agencies including Santy and Lane Terralever, web agencies like User 10 and Breeze Advantage, and Hispanic marketing professionals from numerous big valley brands and organizations such as …
Castrol Motor Oil, knowing Hispanics affinity for soccer capitalized with a sponsorship of Christiano Ronaldo, one of the best players in the game to bring awareness to their brand on all channels including Facebook and Twitter.
The Nativa team was assigned with the creation and management of a Castrol Motor Oil social media platform for Spanish speaking US Hispanics. Through surveys and point of sale data, we knew that Hispanics were interested in soccer as well as maintaining their existing vehicles for an extended period of time exceeding that of the general market. It was up to Nativa to strategize the best way to communicate with these potential fans and customers through social media.
Castrol Motor Oil, through Hispanic Facebook marketing was able to engage their fans with fun activities such as giving away soccer game tickets through their Facebook page.
Our team researched the optimal method to organically grow the Castrol social media platforms as a hub for US Hispanic soccer and car enthusiasts through Hispanic Facebook marketing. As Castrol is a sponsor of Major League Soccer (MLS), the US Men’s National Soccer Team and the Mexican Men’s National Soccer Team, we created and maintained a 60 …
The Nativa team was able to provide relevant Spanish language content to reach out to the Hispanic community and increase awareness of health issues as such as the flu as shown above.
The Nativa team was assigned with the task of creating a Spanish language Facebook (Facebook en español) and Twitter page for the Hispanic audience for the government entity Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The goal of the CDC in this project was to increase online reach among Hispanics, foster engagement with this group, and to be known as a provider of credible, science-based health to all Hispanics in the US.
Through interactive quizzes on social media such as the “Health Super Stars” campaign shown above, the Nativa team helped the CDC increase online reach among Hispanics by fostering engagement with the Hispanic market.
We researched internally and worked closely with the CDC social media team to develop direct and clear messages in Spanish based on three pillars; health promotion, prevention, and safety. Our long term strategy included the development of a 12 month calendar of content for all Hispanic social media pages. This content calendar was largely supported by an …
Who is the Latina Shopper?
As access to technology and the convenience of online consumerism changes the way we shop, it’s impossible to ignore the role Latinos play in setting trends and styles. From the clothing we wear to home goods, to the music we listen to, Latinos have a hand in it all. To kick off the New Year, we thought it fitting to highlight the role that Latinas (las mujeres) play in the retail industry.
Adrian Carrasquillo from NBC Latino wrote an interesting article about how Latinas are changing the face of America, and how multicultural marketing is influencing our every day purchases, decision-making, and trends—though many overlook the effect of Latinos. For the current general market, the Latina woman represents beauty, style and sensuality, but at the same time is a pillar of family values and a champion for her Hispanic heritage.
Zoe Saldana for Lens Crafters Ad Campaign
Brands that truly understand the buying power of both Latina shoppers and acculturated Hispanics are the ones that have succeeded in making an emotional connection with the demographic. (Keep in mind the constant evolution of the statistical projection of this group):
Last week we introduced you to Romina, a 31-year-old Latina blogger from New York City. As the author of Mamá XXI, a Spanish-language source for coupons, deals and general interest for Latino families, Romina is one of the 3.9 million women with children who write blogs in the US—a number estimated to increase by 500,000 in the next couple of years. Even though only 2 percent of bloggers belong to the “Mommy bloggers category,” this small sector of the blogosphere represents a huge platform for brands seeking to reach a powerful, niche market. These bloggers receive more than 500 pitches a day and in turn produce focused content that arguably helps disseminate a brand’s message better than other sources.
As an influencer and pivotal member of the Latina blogging community, Romina offers valuable insight into why companies should not only seek out bloggers but also consider blogging as part of their overall marketing strategy.
Interview with Romina Tibytt of Mama XXI
Why should large companies trying to reach the Latino market consider bloggers as part of their overall Web strategy?
Blogs are all the rage right now and the preferred medium for users to …
Check out this quick presentation which covers:
- Why is the Hispanic market important?
- Do Hispanics use Social Media?
- Why is Social Media an attractive way to target Hispanics?
- Benefits of Marketing to Hispanics using Social Media
- How businesses will engage the Hispanic market?
- What is Social Media Spanish?