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How To Conduct Market Research With Hispanics

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Using decision criteria anchors to measure importance among Hispanics
When measuring attribute importance and brand performance among Hispanics, a frequent problem researchers encounter is the tendency for Hispanics to use only the upper end of the rating scale. This article discusses using decision criteria anchors to reduce the number of high ratings often found when testing with Hispanics.
Understanding the Latina shopper
Research from Redbean Society and New American Dimensions indicates that there is great variance - and therefore diverse marketing opportunities - among Latinas.
Key incidence issues when conducting research among Hispanics
A good field supplier should ask a number of questions before quoting a price for any study. This article discusses special considerations for conducting Hispanic studies, particularly those conducted in Spanish.
Building your brand with Hispanics the blended, bicultural way
The author draws from a study of retailers’ holiday ad campaigns to offer advice on how to maximize the impact of Spanish-language and general-market advertising aimed at Hispanic consumers.
Survey finds Hispanic ad agencies adapting, changing
The authors surveyed a number of Hispanic ad agencies to determine their views on the current market, their clients, and the increasing role and power of Hispanic consumers in the U.S. marketplace.

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Marketing research and insights news and information. This issue's keywords: smartphones; wireless-only households; new car recommendations; increasing diversity in America; industrial robots
Thoughts on the mobile future of Hispanic ad testing
Charles Young explains how visual-based methods can help mitigate issues related to language and translation when conducting ad research with Hispanic consumers.
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Marketing research and insights news and information. Hispanic-Americans; social media; advertising campaigns; mobile marketing
How to make an in-store connection with Hispanic shoppers
The author provides tips for marketers looking to make an in-store connection with Hispanic shoppers, taking into account the acculturation gap.
Building your brand with Hispanics the blended, bicultural way
The author draws from a study of retailers’ holiday ad campaigns to offer advice on how to maximize the impact of Spanish-language and general-market advertising aimed at Hispanic consumers.

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