Hispanicize 2013 Unveils Massive Schedule of Latino and Multicultural Blogger Sessions
Who’s Who of the nation’s most influential Latino and multicultural bloggers will take center stage at Hispanicize 2013 as part of 22 blogger-focused sessions that were announced today.
Hispanicize 2013, the fourth annual Latino trends event set for April 9-13 in Miami Beach, is a partnership of the Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) and the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
“Hispanicize 2013 is on track to far surpass last year’s event with more bloggers, brands and agencies converging to meet each other than ever before,” said Manny Ruiz, founder and creative director of Hispanicize 2013. “We know that bloggers and brands depend on our platform to connect with each other so that’s why this year’s program is even more comprehensive and entertaining than last year’s event. We are significantly raising the bar on ourselves.”
Among the long list of this year’s top blogs and social media influencers are: The Online Mom; Charles P. Garcia; Pili Montilla; Curves and Chaos/Blogs By Latinas; Latino Rebels; Hispanic Kitchen; Ted Rubin; Mama Contemporanea; Spanglish Baby/Latina Bloggers Connect; Cuponeando/Las Blogueras; Latina Mom Bloggers; Juan of Words; Mocha Dad; Sazon Boricua; DigiBunch/Being Latino; The Wise Latina Club; Mamiverse; Presley’s Pantry; Brotha Tech; Nibbles & Feast; Los Tweens; Mocha Dad; Queen of Swag; Web City Girls; Latino Foodie and much more.
Hispanicize 2013 has organized blogger sessions into three categories: 1. blogger to brand panels, 2. entrepreneurship sessions, and 3. blogger to blogger professional development workshops/ trainings.
In the spirit of putting bloggers high on the event’s agenda, bloggers will get major red carpet treatment with VIP access to celebrities, high-end giveaways, film premieres, music concerts and a Second Annual Latino Blogger Yacht Party. The event schedule is purposely packed daily with top quality sessions that make it hard for bloggers to choose which days they to attend.
(See the most recently updated schedule online http://www.hispanicizeevent.com/schedule-2.html)
Even though the blogger portion of the event is unprecedented for its size it only represents a portion of the more than 90 sessions and 260 speakers that will be announced relating to trends and trendsetters in social media, music, public relations, advertising, media, filmmaking. The event’s remaining agenda will be unveiled in the next two successive weeks.
LATINO AND MULTICULTURAL BLOGGER SESSIONS
Among this year’s blogger-focused sessions are:
TUESDAY, APRIL 9
“Latino Tech and Social Media Leaders Symposium”
“Blogging 101: A Roadmap to Blogging Success”
“Twitter en Español”
“Facebook en Español”
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10
“The Rules Of Engagement 2013: A Major Update on How Brands and Agencies are Effectively Engaging and Collaborating with Latino Bloggers”
“The Blogueras: A Primer on Working with Spanish-Dominant Latino Bloggers”
“The Blog/Home Life Balance – Become a ‘Force’ of One!”
“The Latino Blogger Marketing Challenge: Latino Bloggers Compete to Develop a Winning Business Proposal for One Leading Consumer Brand”
“Upwardly Mobile and On the Go: The Latina Lifestyle Bloggers”
THURSDAY, APRIL 11
“How to Plan and Execute a Great Latino Blogger Event”
“Papa Knows Best: The Proud and Sometimes Loud Multicultural Dad Bloggers”
“Cooking Good! Latino Food Bloggers Share their Recipes for Great Social Media Content Marketing Success”
“How to Create Branded Videos that Go Viral”
“Return on Relationships: Relationships ARE the New Currency”
FRIDAY, APRIL 12
“Meet the Latino Health & Fitness Bloggers”
“Taking Your Blog Mobile”
“Beautiful and Bold: The Proud Leaders of Latina Fashion Blogging”
“BLOGGING CASE STUDY: The American Latino Heritage Road Trip”
“Thumbs Up: Meet the Film Bloggers”
SATURDAY, APRIL 13
“15 Minutes of Genius: The Latino Blogger Edition”
“Mama Power: Best Practices and Insights from the Communities of Latina Mom Bloggers”
“Let’s Talk Tech: Meet the Latino and Multicultural Tech Bloggers”
“Going Places: The Further Adventures of Latino Travel Bloggers”
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