Culturally customizing websites for US Hispanic online consumers

Singh, N and Baack, D and Pereira, A and Baack, D (2008) Culturally customizing websites for US Hispanic online consumers. Journal of Advertising Research, 48 (2). pp. 224-234. ISSN 1740-1909

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The U.S. Hispanic online market consists of the most affluent and educated members of the U.S. Hispanic population. The segment is large, increasing in size, and its members prefer culturally-adapted marketing messages. Currently, no frameworks are available to help marketers culturally customize websites for U.S. Hispanics. The objective of this study is to address this gap. The goals are to identify the ways in which Hispanic preferences for web design elements differ, and to explore how these preferences vary based on acculturation. The results indicate that Hispanics have culturally-rooted preferences for web content and that acculturation levels are important segmentation variables.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Marketing
Information Technology
Date Deposited: 17 Jun 2015 17:50
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