Air France, Bancomer, Kraft, US Army and Western Union Buy Digital Media

HispanoClick, a Hispanic online network with Spanish-language publishers in the United States, Latin America, and Spain, recently expanded its roster of advertisers. In recent weeks, HispanoClick has signed on several multi-month commitments from top advertisers including Air France, Bancomer, Kraft, US Army and Western Union.

"Marketers want alternatives. We assemble a smaller but targeted ad network that at the end is what is most effective in new media," said Marc Duquette, HispanoClick CEO. "What's more, in growth markets such as the Hispanic space, there are many advertisers who don't see a global media network as the best solution to reach audiences in the Spanish speaking world. We provide advertisers with an additional and efficient media vehicle to reach the US Latino market, as well as international Spanish language markets throughout the world."

HispanoClick advertisers have access to over 65 million unique visitors every month from around the world, including: United States, Mexico, Spain, Argentina and Chile.

HispanoClick had its U.S. audience measure through ComScore. There are more than 5.4 million unique visitors each month. According to comScore Media Metrix, one out of three US Hispanic Internet users visits a HispanoClick website each month.


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