Friday, July 8, 2011
Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) Unveils Its New Bilingual Blog and Free Social Buttons
As the Latino community continues its meteoric growth on and offline, more information and better tools are needed to provide valuable information that is both in language, in culture and on the pulse of the Latino online. “In order for the Latino community to truly advance, there needs to be a platform that allows for readily-available information in the language of your choice,” said Ana Roca-Castro, Founder and Chair of LATISM. “We are committed to making sure that the whole Latino community has access to the information they need to participate in the public discourse going on in America today.”
In addition to its mainstay sections on Money, Tech, Education, and Health, the new bilingual blog features new sections, including:
• Civic Engagement
• Social Good
In order to make the participation on LATISM initiatives more fun and memorable for its 134,000+ members, LATISM is also launching an assortment of free social buttons that will allow members to stay connected and wear their LATISM Pride on their blogs and websites. You will find them all here: http://blog.latism.org/new-bilingual-blog-and-free-social-buttons/
• LATISM ’11 Conference Badges
• LATISM Twibbon
• LATISM Membership Badge
• QR Code
• To become a contributor to the LATISM blog, please contact Elianne Ramos – email@example.com
• For information about the upcoming LATISM ’11 National Conference, please visit http://conference.latism.org
Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) is a 501(c) 4 nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing the social, civic and economic status of the Latino community. LATISM also helps to raise awareness among corporate brands, NGOs and government entities about using social media to reach Latinos. Our partnership initatives include research, event sponsorships, and leadership training. A pioneering social media organization, LATISM has been hailed as the most influential online movement in the new multicultural Web. Visit http://latism.org/
All LATISM branding images, graphic elements and content are the property of Latinos in Social Media [LATISM] and are covered by trademark and copyright laws.
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