What Do You Guys Think About The Spanish Market?

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Ive been studying the spanish market and its not that saturated i was thinking hoping in it see how it goes..anybody in the spanish market doing well!!please share your thoughts!
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Are you asking about promoting products in general to Spanish-speaking people, or about the market for promoting courses in Spanish to English speakers?
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Yea, I didn't know there was a Spanish market.

      There are certainly Spanish speaking people in most niche markets, but to try to market to that demographic (anyone who speaks Spanish) doesn't make a lot of sense.

      Now if you're talking about marketing to Spanish speakers in a niche market, then yes, I think there could be possibilities if you have a way of doing marketing research into that specific demographic.

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  • Profile picture of the author Always-A-Warrior
    Every culture has a market so if thats where your heart is in the Spanish market then go for it.

    The Spanish Market is huge too.
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      Particularly in the US, the Spanish speaking demographic is largely underserved or perhaps ignored. Penetrating this market can be lucrative, as they are more receptive to product promotions tailored to their language and culture.
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  • Profile picture of the author tac88
    I belong to Buck Sense and they primary focus on the Spanish market and it is very over looked bye most marketers and so is most none English speaking demographics.
    Keep us up to date on how you make out ....
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    A wise man once said "If I could speak another language, I'd make another million."

    Don't listen to the others, just go for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author picnic
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    which demographics / countries are you targeting wrt spanish? The U.S. market might prove lucrative, given the rising hispanic population.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenowl123
    Just my results here and not my opinion....

    I have had several blogs in Spanish that promoted different products. Got lots and lots of visitors. Almost no sales at all.

    By comparison, I had the same products on the same type of blogs in English, and made lots more sales.

    Again, this is not my opinion, these are my results that I got. I let my non-earning Spanish blogs domains expire... even though they were getting lots of Looky-Lou traffic.

    But hey, do whatever you wanna do !!
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    • Profile picture of the author secretguy
      Originally Posted by greenowl123 View Post

      Just my results here and not my opinion....

      I have had several blogs in Spanish that promoted different products. Got lots and lots of visitors. Almost no sales at all.

      By comparison, I had the same products on the same type of blogs in English, and made lots more sales.

      Again, this is not my opinion, these are my results that I got. I let my non-earning Spanish blogs domains expire... even though they were getting lots of Looky-Lou traffic.

      But hey, do whatever you wanna do !!

      Hey Guys, what you say greenowl123 is totally right.

      I'm in both markets english and spanish and english always will win in terms of conversions.

      I think the reason why is because US and the rest of english speaking countries are a lot more used to buy on the internet. Also, a lot of the spanish speaking countries are from people who don't even have a credit card and so on...

      Anyways...

      Spanish Market has made me at least $250k in NET profit last year. The best thing about it is that you don't have to spend that much in ads... you can be get good ROI even without putting an upsell.

      You'll see less conversions maybe, but you can make a profit
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    A wise man once said

    If I could speak another language, I'd make another million
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  • Profile picture of the author mbustamonte
    My personal experience in Spanish market is it can be a little challenging, they can be a little skeptical. But on the other hand a huge market that has not yet been tapped.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Schwarz
    Is there a go to "guru" of the spanish speaking market like Kerns, etc?
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Whisonant
    I have wanted to break into the US Spanish speaking market for some time. I have access to very good products in the health and fitness market that are in Spanish. I just don't read or speak Spanish.

    Maybe it's time to go back to school so to say and learn Spanish. Or JV up with some marketers that speak Spanish fluently.

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  • Profile picture of the author ujubo
    I always figured that it would be more difficult to do article marketing in spanish as there are less spanish article directories. But then again, the WF has taught me that its not all about Google searches and that there are MANY more than one ways to skin a cat ... or get traffic for that matter
    I am originally from Spain and have considered trying out marketing to the spanish as many don't speak English. I want to see some results in the English market first though
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  • Profile picture of the author rdea
    I'm Spanish and I think the marketing and the market moves in a different way, in Spain there is a large marketers and really succeed is to look at major U.S. figures
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  • Profile picture of the author maxaurelius
    Make your product spanish if your attacking countries that their primary language is spanish (south america)... Don't do it for the US, that's not thinking smart.
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by maxaurelius View Post

      Make your product spanish if your attacking countries that their primary language is spanish (south america)... Don't do it for the US, that's not thinking smart.
      and ppc is a whole other game.

      We were in this niche back in 2008, while I think it is good, I think there are alot of cross nationality differences to really kill it with this.

      However, There is a fellow warrior in here that targets latino south americans and sells an english product on clickbank, and makes about $900 a day.
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  • Profile picture of the author fcebri24
    It is certain that the Spanish market has WAY fewer conversions and sales with the same kind of traffic as the English market. Just something to take into account before jumping on it.
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