New Website Launches

The following are recently-launched Spanish language websites. The first six are websites whose Spanish translation was managed by Motionpoint.


New Website Launches

Site

Category

Audience

Comments

http://es.delta.com

Airline

Business/Recreational

Delta's website in Spain

http://www.alaskaair.com

Airline

Business/Recreational

"En Espanol" tab---Upper Right

http://www.papajohns.com

Pizza

General/ College Students

Can place order online in Spanish

http://www.hairclub.com

Beauty

People with thinning hair

"En Espanol" tab---Upper Right

http://www.jifenespanol.com

CPG

Hispanic Moms

"Mamas exigentes eligen JIF"

http://www.smuckersenespanol.com

CPG

Hispanic Moms

"Lo mejor de la mermelada"

http://www.lavibra.com

Entertainment

Young Latinos

Print edition launches in 6 Markets


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