If You Love Tourism, You’ll Love Chile

Written by Eduardo Reyes on . Posted in Americas, Marketing, South America

Chile

Chile

More and more foreigners are visiting Chile, a country with a scenic diversity that few countries have. In 2014, more than 3.6 million tourists entered the country. Among them, North American tourists grew 5.4% in 2014, reaching 162,356. And the reasons are many.

If you feel inspired by love, Fodor’s Travel, a place that specializes in travel, named Chile one of the 15 must-see places to spend your honeymoon.

Online Games Thrive on Social Media

Written by Fernando Rosales Aguilar on . Posted in Digital, Marketing, Social Media, Technology

Online Games

Online Games

In this new digital age that we live in, online games have become a powerful commercial force in different markets of the world with its constant growth, reaching users of all races and ages.

One of these markets is social media, which in recent years has experienced extraordinary growth. More and more users are joining and creating social ties free of boundaries and time.

Twitter Analytics, “I’m Lovin’ it”

Written by Maria Pia Kirk on . Posted in Marketing, Social Media

Twitter Analytics

Twitter Analytics

Twitter has always been one of my favorite social media platforms to increase your company’s visibility. However, I have never been able to measure results until now. Now that Twitter offers Twitter Analytics, I love Twitter even more.

On February 11, Twitter for Business hosted a webinar on Twitter Analytics and I had the opportunity to participate. The webinar walked us through all the Twitter Analytics features. Thanks to this new tool, I can now measure and do the following:

The Best Places for Hispanic Homeownership May Surprise You

Written by Oscar Castro on . Posted in Marketing, U.S. Hispanic

Latino Homeowners

Latino Homeowners

As a Hispanic living in the Bay Area wanting to be a homeowner again, I really liked what Forbes had to say last week in regards to Hispanic Homeownership. Forbes decided to look at America’s 52 largest metropolitan areas where Hispanics had the best opportunities. They had 3 criteria: Homeownership, Entrepreneurship, and Median Household Income.