- Fortune 1000 PR pros, CMOs, and other senior brand managers are urged to participate in the survey at http://bit.ly/hcJctk –
The Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) and Hispanicize, organizers of Hispanicize 2011, have launched a comprehensive Hispanic Corporate Social Media Survey of Fortune 1000 companies in order to gain an understanding of what companies think of social media targeting the Hispanic market, their attitudes, use of social media and predictions for the next year.
The 10-minute long survey is being promoted nationally through a coalition of industry organizations and trade media outlets that includes the Public Relations Association of America (PRSA), the Hispanic PR Blog and HispanicAd.com. The survey, which will be unveiled at the Hispanicize 2011 conference, is being conducted and tabulated by Survey.com.
This survey of public relations professionals, CMOs and other key brand managers at Fortune 1000 companies will provide the entire marketing and media industry with a rare snapshot of what major brands believe matters most when it comes to Hispanic social media.
Results from the survey will be presented at Hispanicize 2011, the 2nd Annual Hispanic PR and Social Media Conference being held in Hollywood, CA April 6-8. Final survey results will be mass distributed online and will also be available in the 2011/2012 Hispanic Social Media Guide published in May.
Public relations professionals are urged to participate and/or send information about the survey to their clients and PR/marketing colleagues.
To participate in the survey, please go to http://bit.ly/hcJctk