DiMe Media and Hispanicize Event form U.S. Hispanic social media alliance to support expansion of Puerto Rico BloggerCon
DiMe Media and Hispanicize 2016 have formed a U.S. Hispanic social media alliance with Puerto Rico BloggerCon that beginning this year calls for extensive collaboration to support the island’s top conference for Puerto Rico’s top digital influencers.
For more than seven years Puerto Rico BloggerCon (www.prbloggercon.com), has distinguished itself as the premier gathering for digital influencers in the island. The 7th annual Puerto Rico BloggerCon will take place on Saturday, September 12 in the University of Turabo in Gurabo.
“Puerto Rico’s digital influencer community is an important part of our network family and we’re honored to support their evolution through the terrific work of Puerto Rico BloggerCon,” said Angela Sustaita-Ruiz, Co-CEO of DiMe Media and co-founder of the Hispanicize event. “This partnership will leverage our influence and insights to help Puerto Rico BloggerCon’s efforts to professionalize the island’s digital content creators.”
“We’re excited that Hispanicize and DiMe Media are helping us showcase the work and the stories of our island’s digital influencers. Their leadership and insights will help us build a constantly bigger and better event for years to come,” said José Hernández Falcón, founder of Puerto Rico BloggerCon. “For the last six years, Burson-Marsteller Puerto Rico has been the Public Relations agency of Puerto Rico BloggerCon, developing the communication strategy and supporting all details of the event. Based on the agency experience with Hispanicize and DiMe Media since 2012, BM team has been instrumental in the process of consolidating the alliance with Hispanicize and DiMe Media.”
Details Of The Alliance
The alliance calls for DiMe Media and the Hispanicize event to provide professional development content, speakers, press release distributions, marketing, expertise and social media support to Puerto Rico BloggerCon. As part of this year’s collaboration Sustaita-Ruiz and Manny Ruiz will present a session titled “Monetizing Digital Content Creation”.
For their part Puerto Rico BloggerCon will help curate select content for Hispanicize 2016 Week (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) and will promote the U.S. Hispanic event that is slated to take place April 4-8, 2016 in Miami.
To Attend Puerto Rico BloggerCon
The rate to attend the 2015 edition of Puerto Rico BloggerCon is $25.
For more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.prbloggercon.com. To follow conference news on Facebook visit Puerto Rico BloggerCon or track the hashtag #PRBC15. The conference’s Twitter and Instagram handle are both @prbloggercon.