NOTE TO READERS: Your Guide to the New Portada-online!

Dear Portada Readers and Advertisers,

To thank you for your support, we today start to roll out new online media properties to improve navigation and delivery of the best content available about the Latin Advertising, Media and Content Markets. We stress that it is our own content, because that is what you, our highly qualified audience of more than 75,000, professionals (according to our 2009 CVC audit) deserves, not badly written press releases!.

On a daily basis you will get news and analysis dissected by our editorial team. In addition, we are offering the following regular features. We look forward to contact you daily online via comments, tweets, linked in messages.
This is our weekly program for you: Any suggestions/questions? Please let us us know. (comment at the end of the article! or write to our publisher Marcos Baer at marcos@portada-online.com).

 

Monday

Sales Leads: New leads and intelligence about activity of Ad Agencies and National Advertisers. Market intelligence to help agencies and media executives to reach clients.

Changing Places: Personnel changes. What positions are changing, which new ones are being created?

Weekly Poll: (Starting in April)

Tuesday

Best Practices: Marketing to Hispanics. Read how and why top marketers reach the Hispanic consumer. The latest trends and qualitative and quantitative insights in traditional and below the line marketing. Case studies.

Buyer/Interview (alternating with Best Practices). An interview with an important Marketer or Buyer at an Agency/Media Placement firm.

Portada Quick Bits: A review of interesting and/or important articles/content from around the web and what we have to say about them. (starting next Tuesday).

Wednesday

Analysis: An important topic facing the Hispanic advertising and media industry and what it means for marketers targeting Hispanics.

Podcast: (Alternating with Analysis)
Portada’s Interview with a leading player who sets and/or spots trends in our dynamic industry (starting in April).

Thursday

Research: New research and case studies on how to reach Hispanic consumers, market intelligence, advertiser rankings, media rankings and more.

The Latin Interactive World: Digital technologies are making the Spanish-speaking world (U.S, Latin America, and Spain) smaller. An in-depth look at how marketers are using the digital medium nationally and internationally to attract Spanish-speakers worldwide.

Friday

Sounding Off Column: A platform for industry experts to explain certain trends and innovations and their value to the marketplace.

 

Note: Portada provides three types of online access: Free, access that requires registration and premium content (paid).
Registered users can get any of Portada's e-newsletters, the quarterly magazine, and/or participate in polls and provide comments to articles.
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click here.
To view our other content offerings (Databases and Research Reports, please
click here. And to get information about our Two Annual Conferences, click here.

 

Portada’s Latin American and Spanish websites

If you are interested in reading about Latin American Advertising and Media Markets, please go to this website.

If you are interested in reading news and analysis in Spanish about the Spanish-speaking world at large (Latin America, Spain and the U.S. Hispanic market), please go to this website.

Thank you!

Your Portada Team


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