When To Build A Spanish-Language Web Site
Half Of Online Hispanics Prefer Spanish-Language Sites — Should You Bother?
April 23, 2007
Why Read This Report
Companies claim to be serious about their Hispanic customers, but most fail to serve them well online. If you're serious about reaching online Hispanics, you must build a Spanish-language Web site. Follow three key steps to evaluate your opportunity: 1) Size your market for online Spanish-preferring consumers; 2) master new consumer profiles; and 3) commit to a multichannel Spanish-language service. This opportunity will only expand as this fast-growing consumer segment comes online.
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Table of Contents
- The Hispanic Online Market Is Large And Underserved
- Spanish-Language Sites Will Attract Half Of Online Hispanics
- Three Steps To Assess Your Spanish-Language Opportunity
- Get Experienced Help To Build Your Spanish-Language Site
WHAT IT MEANS
- The Spanish-Preferring Online Market Will Continue To Grow
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