MIAMI, FL — September 12, 2016 — (HISPANICIZE WIRE) — Buena Vida Media, an international multi-media production company, announced the introduction of an intensive social media training workshop, “Influencer Bootcamp,” during EXPOLIT 2016, the most important Hispanic Christian literature, music and media conference in the U.S. and Latin America, September 15 – 18, 2016, taking place at the Miami Airport Convention Center (MACC), in Miami, Florida.
For the third year in a row, Hispanicize Wire, a multi-media news release distribution service that disseminates news about the booming U.S. Hispanic market through an exclusive social media platform, partners with Buena Vida Media as a co-sponsor of the Influencer Bootcamp and an Expolit exhibitor.
“Buena Vida Media is grateful for the opportunity to once again partner with Expolit and Hispanicize Wire in training international influencers and providing them with the tools needed to maximize the potential of their digital platforms. We are in a time where major brands seek to partner with influencers who can effectively reach and mobilize their followers. We are bringing a panel of expert influencers who have successfully entered into partnerships with major brands and national media properties,” stated Janie Flores, president, Buena Vida Media.
List of influencers and topics:
Alexandra Ramirez, founder, LivingMoneyWise, Financial Expert on Despierta America, winner “Persona Más Influyente en las Redes Sociales” – Miami Life Awards 2016, http://livingmoneywise.com
Doménica Mena, Twitter Star with more than 528,000 followers on Twitter, winner “Most Influential Latino on Twitter” Tecla Award – Hispanicize 2016, TV host, http://onchannel.tv
Claudia Ahrens-Hernandez, Lifestyle Expert, Café con Claudia, winner Best Lifestyle Blogger – Latism 2013 http://www.cafeconclaudia.com
Janie Flores, President, Buena Vida Media, Dama de Lincoln – ambassador for Lincoln Motor Company and Woman of Impact – VJ Media, http://www.buenavidamedia.com
a. How to elevate and polish your personal brand on social media in order to work with major brands
b. Preparing your platform to make a successful transition from Latin America to the U.S. market
c. Elevate your “PITCH” and create effective presentations to close partnerships with major brands
d. How to negotiate compensation with brands and ensure you follow laws applicable to the industry
Event: Influencer Bootcamp “Elevate your personal brand and work with major sponsors”
Date: September 17, 2016
Time: 10:00 a. m. – 11:00 a. m.
Place: MACC 202
“Buena Vida Media’s social media and influencer workshops at Expolit are always cutting-edge, insightful and inspiring,” said Bill Gato, CEO and Partner of Hispanicize Wire. “This year’s roster of award-winning Latina social media influencers will be a real treat for Expolit. Hispanicize Wire fully supports Janie’s mission of social media education and Hispanic empowerment and we are proud to co-sponsor these strategic workshops for a third year in a row.”
About Buena Vida Media:
International multi-media company dedicated to television production, social media management, influencer marketing and project management. Current project manager for work-force housing projects in South Florida.
About Hispanicize Wire
Miami-based Hispanicize Wire is an innovative and economical multimedia press release distribution platform tailored to serve brands, marketing agencies, small businesses and non-profit organizations.
Hispanicize Wire offers comprehensive national, state and city-specific distributions to U.S. Hispanic/Puerto Rico media, bloggers and influencers. The Latino newswire platform offers clients a wide range of budget-friendly multimedia and social media capabilities and online guaranteed placements that are priced at a fraction of what traditional wire services cost.
The Hispanicize Wire platform features a social media optimized, SEO-friendly, beautifully designed and bilingual web site that allows clients to post photos, YouTube videos, PDFs, biographies, presentations, brochures and more. Hispanicize Wire is the only Latino wire service that always includes multimedia posting as a standard feature. Hispanicize Wire is a low cost, flat-rate based service that never charges clients text overage rates.