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Old 04-06-2005   #1
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Marketing to the Hispanic Market :: Listen Live April 8th!

I will be having an interview with eMarketing Talk Show about Marketing to the Hispanic Market :: Listen Live April 8th! It will start on that Friday from 5pm to 6pm Pacific Time on WorldTalkRadio. Please write down here any questions that you would like answered during the show. I will do my best fit them in.

Afterwords, we can use this thread to discuss any other things not covered on the show.

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Hi Nacho,
Thanks for the opportunity to participate. I am not in the US but I would like to know something about the Yahoo search experience.

I am worried and bored about the web results that Yahoo brings me up lately when I do a search. They have something in common: TOO many blogger (BLOGS) with a lot of non good content and the quantity of the web results are poor too.

I am not agreeing with the Google dominant so, I start to use Yahoo as my secondary web search page…

Is this happen because Yahoo Slurp is too young? What about Hispanic versions? Is MSN the only one who cares about ESPAñOL results?

Thanks for your help

Congratulations.
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Nacho,

When you target the Hispanic market, are you talking about a very geographically diverse market, or just Mexico and US Spanish speakers - does the reach extend to Central & South America - to Europe & North Africa?

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