In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, here’s a brief overview of what Hispanic, Latino and Latinx means and how to decide which to use.
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Please join us at our next RLO meetup for a collaborative discussion on the pros and cons of using automated translations on government websites. http://www.meetup.com/reachinglatinosonline/events/83111372/
Did you know that we are in the midst of Hispanic Heritage Month? In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson established an annual week-long celebration of the culture and traditions of those who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan expandedRead… Read more »
US Latinos, 50.5 million and growing rapidly, use the Internet, social media, and mobile at greater rates than the overall US population and are very enthusiastic about using online tools to receive government information. According to The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), 30 million Latinos were online in 2010, representing 59.5% of the total Hispanic populationRead… Read more »
We are excited to have Laura Godfrey, Manager of GobiernoUSA.gov, joining us at out next Reaching Latinos Online event on June 9th at 6pm. Laura will discuss GobiernoUSA’s efforts to make the site more mobile-friendly. Among the issues she will address are: How Hispanics are using the mobile Internet Which segments of the Hispanic populationRead… Read more »
Rock Creek Strategic Marketing co-founder and principal Scott Johnson recently had a conversation with Carla Briceño of Bixal about what government agencies need to know when it comes to reaching out to Hispanic audiences. The blog post below is an overview of their discussion. People of the Internet, take note: The Hispanic online audience isRead… Read more »