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The Hispanic PR Blog and its daily newsletter are published year round from Monday through Friday. We are the leading on-line trade media journal covering the topics of U.S. Hispanic social media, public relations and marketing.

To reach the Hispanic PR Blog about advertising, sponsorship or job posting opportunities for your company or client, please direct inquiries to info@hispanicprblog.com or contact us by phone at 305.321.5002.

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  • http://plusthree.com Juan Proano

    I’d like to learn more about your work and see how we might be able to work together. You can reach me at 917-553-0353.

    Thank You,

    Juan

  • http://none Terri Ragsdale

    I would very much like to send you one of my books, that the news press just released.
    “Roots of Indifference,” is about the Mexican-Americans in the early
    1910, struggling with so much hate and indifference, around the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Its a historical novel that deals with so much truth. One hundred years ago, the people were dealing with the same
    problems that is happening now in Arizona. Everyone need to read this.
    Please let me know, if you would like to receive this book.
    Thanks,
    Terri Ragsdale

  • victoria castaneda

    I’d like to learn more about your site and newsletter planning to build business in So. Cal in 2011.

    Thank you kindly,
    Victoria Castaneda

  • admin

    Hi Terri, I’m dropping you an email with the address. Thanks so much!

  • http://www.latinaconestiloelocuente.blogspot.com Sylvia

    Hola! I am a Venezuelan artist, blogger and owner of Oraka Designs, diseños inspiracionales bilingues.
    I would like to enjoy the latina blogs list.
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    Gracias.

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    How does one become a featured blogger?

  • Wendy

    i am doing a projest with social media and i would love to learn more about it so could you e mail me please.

  • http://portaleducativo.us Andrea Gomez

    Hola queridos amigos de Hispanic PR blog:

    Primero que todo los felicito por su contenido siempre fresco e informativo.

    Un grupo de profesionales Hispanos y yo creamos la página web Portaleducativo.us y queria saber como podríamos ganar visibilidad a traves y/o con la ayuda de ustedes

    Portal Educativo es una página creada por profesionales Hispanos trabajando en Estados Unidos que quieren mostrarle el camino a otros Hispanos que quieren ir a la universidad y lograr sus sueños académicos. Portal Educativo nació de experiencias propias de falta de información y frustración de cuando nosotros mismos queríamos ir a la universidad. Este portal es nuestra forma de dar gracias y pasar nuestro legado a otros que vienen detrás. Los Hispanos en Estados Unidos debemos ayudarnos unos a otros a salir adelante. Por eso Portal educativo muestra diferentes profesiones y testimonios de éxito de otros Hispanos y sobretodo provee información imparcial y al dia y no esta llena de publicidad cansona que no lleva a nada.

    Yo los sigo en twitter y mis amigos de Miami ad school hoy salieron en su página y me gustaría saber como podríamos nosotros ser los próximos? Ellos van a ser la primera institución invitada en nuestro portal contandonos como funciona su programa en español.

    Gracias

  • http://wwwterriragsdale.com Terri Ragsdale

    To Andrea Gomez,
    Si, es verda Adrea. Todos los Hispanos deben ayudar a otros que
    vienen despes. Leer el libro, “Roots of Indifference”
    Terri Ragsdale

  • http://www.latinnovating.com Graciela Tiscareño-Sato

    In 2 1/2 months I’ll be launching the first book to showcase Latino-led innovation and leadership in the green economy. Can I email you an advanced review copy for your perusal? It’s titled, “”Latinnovating: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them.” I’ll be debuting it at Stanford University at the Silicon Valley Latino Leadership Summit that I help to organize and promote with fellow Bay Area author Frank Carbajal. Thanks so much.

  • http://wwwterriragsdale.com Terri Ragsdale

    Graciela,
    I would love to review copy of “Latinnovating: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them.” How can I help you.? So many times, the Hispanic people get ahead and forget about the other Latino(a) people, that truly need help. I wrote My book in a fictional, true-based novella, about the La Raza around the Rio Grande Valley of Texas in 1910-1941, and how it has affected the majority of all our race. Whether you were born in Mexico, or Texas, we are all the same, in feelings, trying to get ahead in life.
    “Roots of Indifference,” is a historical novel. So many incidents happened that have never been told. Stories that the news media has never reported, or wrote. Thanks you.
    Terri Ragsdale
    Author/writer/historican http://www.terriragsdale.com

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  • http://www.umbrellainitiative.org Raul Espinosa

    Congratulations with the success of the HispanicPR blog. It has come a long way.

    Our procurement Think Tank at UNF has finally unveiled The umbrella Initiative whose mission is “to double the number of small and minority businesses contracting with the Federal, State and local governments by the year 2020.” May I suggest for the HispanicPR blog to report on its plans. Here’s a link to a brief documentary, http://bit.ly/igLKcM.

    Our plans are posted on , http://www.umbrellainitiative.org

    We wish to invite the HispanicPR Blog to promote and participate on the ‘Let’s Do Business Florida’ event – taking place in Fort Lauderdale on June 16-17th. You can register and view the Agenda on the document on this link, http://www.letsdobusinessflorida.com

    I will send you, separately, details on our ‘procurement forum presentation, which will take place on June 16th, 10:30 – 12 noon.

    Keep up the good work,

    Raul Espinosa, Director
    FPA Think Tank at UNF

  • http://www.LosAmericans.com Richard Cummings Jr.

    LOS AMERICANS, A NEW DRAMATIC SERIES, TO DEBUT ON ONE ECONOMY’S PUBLIC INTERNET CHANNEL ON MAY 26, 2011

    Web Based Series Connects Viewers to Online Resources and Information

    One Economy will premiere Los Americans (www.LosAmericans.com), a new web based series, on May 26, 2011 on the Public Internet Channel, PIC.tv. The drama focuses on a multi-generational middle income Latino family living in Los Angeles and dealing with issues that many families face today including unemployment, cultural identity, and alcoholism. The series features Latino-Americans in a realistic and complex manner seldom seen on television.

    While the series portrays some of the experiences unique to the Latino community, such as the challenges of straddling two cultures, the series also shows that much of the family’s struggles can be identified with families from various socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds. Following each episode of Los Americans, viewers will be directed to resources and information that take into account diverse perspectives on dealing with issues portrayed in the program. Providing relevant online content through PIC.tv is a part of One Economy’s holistic approach to encourage people to adopt technology and use it to improve their lives.

    The series is written and directed by Dennis Leoni, who is best known for having created and produced the award winning television series Resurrection Blvd. for Showtime. Los Americans feature Esai Morales (Caprica, Jericho, La Mamba), Lupe Ontiveros (Southland, Family Guy) Raymond Cruz (The Closer, Breaking Bad) and Tony Plana (Ugly Betty, 24).

    ABOUT ONE ECONOMY
    One Economy is a global non-profit that uses innovative approaches to deliver the power of technology and information to low-income people. More than 19 million people have used One Economy’s online tools and resources, including The Beehive (www.thebeehive.org) and the Public Internet Channel (www.pic.tv), to build better lives. To date, One Economy has launched on the ground programs in 42 U. S. states, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

  • Karina Rosado

    I absolutely love your blog and the work of both of you. Manny, always cooperative and supportive participated in the completion of my thesis in 2003. So congrats to both on this amazing resource for PR pros. I was wondering if you could help me. Do have any data on the number of nonprofits that use PR to reach their Hispanic audience? I have searched everywhere and all I can find is the increase in those that use social media but I am looking for something a little broader. If you have website suggestions that would be great.

    Thanks!

    K

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    You can preview the entire system without giving up any personal information. Any comments / help welcome!

  • Sarabialb

    Is there a list of Hispanics that have not registered to vote the November 6, 2012 Presidential Election?

  • Eliana Velez

    Hello,

    My name is Eliana Velez I am the Communications Manager at the National Hispana Leadership Institute, a nonprofit organization which mission is to develop Latinas as ethical leaders through training, professional development, relationship building, and community activism.

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