here is a common thread that binds us not
just to each other, but to the lands we, or our families left behind.
We felt it should be an individual as well as a collective
responsibility to explore that connection and that history.
NY Latino Journal is the beginning of an effort to help disseminate the
news, comments, opinions and perspectives that typically fall through
the cracks of politically and economically restrained media conduits.
This not-for-profit endeavor serves as a node to the vast network of independent media, focusing on original and syndicated content regarding the Latin American experience in New York, the US and the world.
In addition, we will offer interactive tools, such as the comments
feature and events calendar currently in operation, to further extend
our voices and collective efforts.
We have many questions about the past, present and future of our
cultures, respectively, and in the context of a Latino/Hispanic
aggregate in New York, the United States an abroad. In addition to
"authorities" and scholars, we want to engage the plumbers, the
mechanics, the law enforcement officers, the aspiring artists, the
activists, the men and women in military service and everyone in
between to find answers.
This venture is currently under development. All inquiries are welcomed. If you have a comment, suggestion, question or story you would like to share, please email us: email@example.com.
New York Latino Journal is looking to expand into the mainstream of
electronic, print and televised media. As one of the founding pieces of
a larger media network currently under development, the New York Latino
Journal has experienced modest growth since its inception. This
increase in visitor traffic has occurred without an ad campaign and
without image galleries or video features (these and other components
are currently being developed). This is a good indicator of the
direction we are heading in -- and the hundreds of reader comments and
letters testify to this end.
As we continue to build the operating infrastructure, we are open
to discussing sponsorship and advertisement opportunities at this stage
from respectable entities looking to engage the growing Latino market
in New York City and the United States.
MONTH OF APRIL 2008
52,293 unique users
More than 28% of the total visitors from
outside the United States came from Puerto Rico, Canada, United Kingdom, Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Colombia and
More than 53% of the total visitors from the United States came from New York, California, Florida, Texas, New Jersey and Illinois.
The NY Latino Journal appeals to a more educated, slightly female slanted, mostly Hispanic and African American visitor. With a household income on par with the United States national average, the NY Latino Journal visitor is between their late teens to late forties.
of total visitors bookmarked (added to favorites) the New York Latino
Journal in their browsers in April 2008. Over 25% of visitor traffic
came from links on external pages. Direct visits (bookmarked or typed
in) made up more 37% of visitor traffic, while traffic from search
engine links (Google, MSN,Yahoo, Ask.com, AOL and others) made up
more than 12% of total visitors.
Using "Latino Journal" as key words,
the New York Latino Journal ranked #3 in Google, Yahoo and MSN/ Live Search.
NOTE: Analysis for the month of April 2008.
Metrics defferientiates between ‘human’ traffic and traffic generated
by robots, such as Googlebot, MSNBot, Inktomi Slurp, worms or replies
with special HTTP status codes. Traffic generated by machine is not
included in this data profile. Also, some visitors use many proxy
servers to surf (ie: AOL users), creating multiple IP impressions.
These are counted as single visitors.
|. Written by Guest on Tuesday, March 15, 2005|
Looks great so far, keep up the work
|. Written by Guest on Monday, March 28, 2005|
Interesting mix of articles ("samples"). This will be a unique effort in our community. Best of luck, indeed.
|Written by mrcarrion2 on Wednesday, August 30, 2006|
Looks good! I'll see you all at the events!
|. Written by Fernando Reals on Friday, September 08, 2006|
I am glad to see this site. Democracy is being strangled by the media conglomerates and sites like these open up the spaces for fresh air in tightening chokeholds... Ahhhh, can you feel that cool island breeze? Pero, Mira, put a caption with that photo above; isn't it a Palestinian child watching an Israelis soldier in the Occupied Palestinian Territories? Looks familiar to me, I just returned from 6 weeks in the West Bank and kept a blog I would like to share: www.apuntespalestine.blogspot.com Palante Pa'siempre!
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