White Paper IV – Social Networks in Latin America – Second Part

Social Networks in Latam (Second part) According comScore estimations- March 2008 – the number of internet users in the 5 major countries of the region (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico) are 47.5 million. If we also consider the Internet users in Puerto Rico and US Hispanics the number reach the 67.5 million. During the month of March the number of unique visitors from 9 social networks we analyzed (bebo, facebook, friendster, hi5, myspace, netlog, orkut, sonico y tagged) sum 37 million in these five countries in Latin America.

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White Paper III – Social Networks in Latin America

The Social Networks in Latin America (Download PFD) The global phenomenon of social networks is landing in Latin America. Techcrunch recently published an article about Sonico describing it as the largest and most unknown social network in the region. Social networks are the foundation of the Web 2.0 – would be the equivalent of the traditional Web portals – and consist of sites where users can create a profile and contact other people. These users produce content that can be shared with other members within the network. However, so far it has not been dimensioned clearly the impact that social

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White Paper II – Planning and Improving Media Campaigns

When working in a media plan one of the main concerns is defining the media mix that guarantees the most effective results. This White Paper was generated to gives you an overall vision of how using statistics techniques to ensure certain level of success. I hope you find it useful and will be waiting your comments and doubts. Download the white paper “Planning and Improving Media Campaigns by using

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