Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ten Tips for Pitching Hispanic Print Media

The following tips will help you better understand how to pitch and approach Hispanic print media. These are gathered from my own experience of pitching Hispanic media for almost a decade. Provide with ready-to-publish content: Many Hispanic media outlets are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Twittfaced by Jacob Morgan and Josh Peters

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to have the chance to meet Jacob Morgan at the PRSA T3PR conference in New York, as he was one of the many talented presenters of this outstanding event. There, I was … Continue reading

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5 Basic Tips I Learned About Social Media

In my recent journey towards becoming more social media savvy, I’ve been doing lots of reading and interaction in order to become more engage with those who have expressed an interest in being connected to me. While I am not … Continue reading

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Papiblogger- The New Trend in Hispanic Social Media Marketing?

As Father’s Day comes to a close, one Hispanic father has embarked into a cross-country adventure with his entire family. Miami’s based entrepreneur and PR veteran Manny Ruiz (aka Papiblogger) has packed the Chevrolet Traverse and taken to the road … Continue reading

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GET ON THE BIKE!

So, this is my new bike! Literally, it is my vehicle to discover town and get to places that I can’t get to while on a car, train or plane. It is a nice and fun ride, much more entertaining … Continue reading

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