QuePasa Launches Market Intelligence Service QMI

QuePasa.com, one of the preeminent Hispanic online community sites recently announced the launching of QuePasa Market Intelligence (QMI). The new service will offer users real-time access to the market views and political opinions of its wide-ranging audience.

QMI will also provide its users with exclusive information regarding product use, brand preference and political inclinations of Hispanics, which will be constantly updated based on weekly polling of its users, says Megan Levinson, a spokesperson for QuePasa.com.

QMI intends to market its services to commercial and political organizations looking to gain firsthand insight into the views and preferences of the US Hispanic community.

“We provide our fast growing, Hispanic internet community with empowering and entertaining products on an easy to navigate site,” said Robert B. Stearns, Quepasa's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “On Quepasa.com, bilingual Hispanics keep in touch with friends, establish new relationships, and drive trends regarding music, games, and consumer products and services.”.


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