MIAMI, FL – November 6, 2014 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – In preparation for the prestigious Tecla Awards program, the national advisory board of Hispanicize 2015 will be hosting a #TeclaAwards Twitter chat on Tuesday, November 18 at 2 p.m. ET featuring several national brands, Latino digital influencers and Tecla Award judges.
Hispanic digital experts and influencers will address some of the most talked-about questions surrounding the U.S. Hispanic marketing industry such as what are the keys to real-time Hispanic digital marketing success? What are the risks? What elements should be taken into account when evaluating the success of a U.S. Latino digital marketing campaign? How is the Latino blogosphere and video content creation evolving?
The U.S. Hispanic digital marketing field has grown at an impressive rate allowing businesses, both big and small, to capitalize on new social platforms, mobile devices and more to reach consumers in Spanish, English and even bilingually. With such rapid evolution in the industry, many brands, agencies and individuals have emerged as standouts but many others are seeking insights on how they too can get engaged.
How to Join
— Join on Twitter at 2 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 18.
The #TeclaAwards Twitter chat will feature several of this year’s awards show judges, who are experts in the digital marketing industry and will provide a unique insight into strategy and trends.
Join on Tuesday, November 18 to share your blogging, Vlogging and digital marketing thoughts and experiences. We’re excited to chat with all of you.
If you’re a brand, blogger, Vlogger, agency or journalist that has produced outstanding work, you can enter the Tecla Awards now! Hispanicize 2015 be accepting submissions until Thursday, January 15, 2015 and will announce the finalists on Tuesday, February 3rd. The winners will be recognized on Monday, March 16 at a red carpet awards ceremony in Miami, where top luminaries in U.S. Hispanic blogging, Vlogging, journalism, advertising and marketing will be attending.
Among the top #TeclaAwards Twitter Chat Questions that will be explored are:
— Which platforms do you think digital marketers are not fully optimizing yet? Why?
— How are U.S. Hispanic blogger and video content marketing strategies evolving?
— What are successful Hispanic brands doing to capitalize on the evolution of Hispanic digital marketing? Who are they and what makes their approach stand out?
— What are the keys to real-time marketing success? What are the risks?
— What are your 2015 predictions for the future of Latino digital marketing?
About the Tecla Awards
Named after the Spanish-language word for an individual key on a keyboard, the Tecla Awards recognize excellence in Latino blogging, micro-blogging and social media marketing. The Tecla Awards will be held annually at the Hispanicize event. The awards feature 30 categories, 20 focused on Latino bloggers and micro-blogging and 10 devoted to multicultural marketing agencies, media companies and brands.
About Hispanicize 2015
Now in its sixth year, Hispanicize 2015 Week http://www.HispanicizeEvent.com (#Hispz15) is the iconic, largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in journalism, blogging, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship.
Co-chaired by Facebook’s U.S. Hispanic Head of Sales Christian Martinez and award-winning actor Luis Guzmán, Hispanicize 2015 is a production of the Hispanicize companies that include the Latina Mom Bloggers network, Being Latino, Hispanicize Wire and the Hispanic PR Blog, Hispanicize 2015 is expected to gather more than 2,100 of the nation’s most influential Latino professionals from the industries of blogging, journalism, music, marketing, film and business over five days. The event will take place in downtown Miami March 16-20, 2015.
The Hispanicize event is a launch pad for creative endeavors, new products, technologies, marketing campaigns, films, books and more targeting Latinos in the U.S. and/or Puerto Rico.
Hispanicize 2015 is a partnership of the Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA), Hispanicize and the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).