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Job Ad Placement

Posted by Elena del Valle on October 8, 2018

Welcome to the HispanicMPR Job Ads page!

If you're looking for a job, scroll down to see job ads. If you want to place an ad, see the next paragraph.

How to place an ad (if you visited this page before October 2018, please read this again as the instructions have changed)

Ads must list an employment opportunity or employment search related to business, Hispanic marketing, communication, public relations, media, events planning or other job fields.

Cost for one Job Ad: $100

The first 50 words will appear on the Job Ads main page. If your ad has more than 50 words, the words "click here to read the entire ad" will appear at the bottom of the ad with a hyper link to the remaining text. See below for sample ads.

Want extra visibility? Add your logo. Do you have your company logo in a jpg file (maximum size 100 x 100)? Add your logo for only $50 more.

Cost one Job Ad with jpg Logo: only $150

For your convenience you can pay online.

Step One Pay for the ad using the hyperlink below

Step Two After you submit payment using the hyperlink, send the ad within a week of payment in a Word file or in the body of the message by email to sales@hispanicmpr.com . If you're submitting a Job Ad with jpg logo submit the job ad and graphic jpg logo at the same time. The jpg logo should be an attachment. Job Ads are nonrefundable.

Please submit copy in regular fonts with standard capitalization. Note: text in all caps, underline, extra bold or with special fonts or characters is not accepted. Ads are published in black. Formatting is removed as part of publishing process.

Ads will be published within a week (usually much sooner) in the Job Ads section of our website. In the event we make a mistake in the publishing process we must receive notification with 48 hours of publication so that we may make any corrections in a timely manner.

Note: Once submitted or published Job Ads may not be edited or modified in any way.

Click here to place a Job Ad $100

Click here to place Job Ad with jpg Logo $150

Thank you!

Click here for information or if you would like to place a Text Link Ad, graphic, audio or video ad



Podcast with Geri Stengel, research advisor, American Express, about State of Women-Owned Businesses Report

Posted by Elena del Valle on October 8, 2018

Geri Stengel, research advisor, American Express

Geri Stengel, research advisor, American Express

 

Photo: Ventureneer

A podcast interview with Geri Stengel, research advisor, American Express is available in the Podcast Section of Hispanic Marketing and Public Relations, HispanicMPR.com. During the podcast, she discusses State of Women-Owned Businesses Report with Elena del Valle, host of the HispanicMPR.com podcast.

Geri is president of Ventureneer. She has taught entrepreneurship at The New School, facilitated Kauffman FastTrac courses for entrepreneurs, researched best practices in social media for businesses, and founded a company that provides training and online resources to entrepreneurs and small business owners who want to break through the $1 million revenue level.

Geri was a board member for the New York City Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners for eight years. She was recognized as one of 17 Inspiring Women to Watch in 2017 in Inc. In 2016, she became a mentor for WE NYC and in 2015, she won the Madam C.J. Walker Business Leadership Award from the National Minority Business Council.

To listen to the interview, scroll down until you see “Podcast” on the right hand side, then select “HMPR Geri Stengel” and click on the play button below or download the MP3 file to your iPod or MP3 player to listen on the go, in your car or at home from the RSS feed. Some software will not allow flash, which may be necessary for the play button and podcast player. If that is your case, you will need to download the file to play it. To download it, click on the arrow of the recording you wish to copy and save it to disk. The podcast will remain listed in the October 2018 section of the podcast archive.