Get Aboard the Digital Train, or Get Left Behind

As a market, Central America is a faithful follower of foreign macro tendencies. Let’s see what’s going on in Colombia with the digital revolution.

Friday, May 7, 2010


All eyes upon it
By Paula Andrea Gaviria, May 7, 2010

All eyes upon it: this is how the digital industry stands now. It started 10 years ago, an upcoming business with many untrusting, doubtful customers. Today there is no doubt that the future is Digital, but why? Many people don’t know precisely why, but are somehow convinced of it.

Traditional advertising has been slowly losing ground, and media studies now show the exponential growth of digital: the EGM (General Media Study) showed that Internet has surpassed print magazines in reach…

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Antigua Advertising Festival - 8th Edition

July 2012

With the participation of leading figures in the international advertising industry, the eighth edition of the Festival of Antigua will be held on July 27 and 28.

The festival organized by the Guatemalan Union of Advertising Agencies (UGAP), will feature participants from Central America, the Caribbean, Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico and Puerto Rico.

Advertising Spending Continues to Move to the Internet

April 2009

The recession has only slowed its pace of growth. Strange as it may seem, the crisis accelerated the transition to digital advertising for many businesses.

In contrast to traditional advertising, digital advertising continues to grow. Internet participation in the total expenditure on advertising is growing at least 1% annually.

Digital Advertising Growing in Guatemala

December 2010

Attracted by its effectiveness and how easy it is to measure the impact of advertising targeting markets, as well as its relative low cost, advertisers increasingly use digital media.

While traditional media continue to lead in advertising investment, in Guatemala the portion of the budget devoted to online media - websites, social media and mobile devices is growing, reaching about 10% of the total, noting that the country is following the trend of developed countries, where even the reign of television as the premier advertising medium is being challenged by the Internet.

Social Media Fails to Inspire Confidence

August 2010

Internet users feel three times more confident in the publicity they find at information portals, than they do in that found on "Social Media" sites

In the marketing world, "social media" is the buzzword of the moment and many, often without much web experience, feel they should recommend clients put publicity on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

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