What is your brand doing to capture the surging purchasing power of the Hispanic audience?

Along with the continuing rise of the Hispanic population in the U.S., comes their surging purchasing power. Despite markedly lower average income levels, Hispanic households spent more on telephone services, men’s and boys’ clothing, children’s clothing, and footwear. Also, Hispanics spent a higher proportion of their money on food (groceries and restaurants), housing, utilities, and transportation.*

So what’s the opportunity for marketers? Are you maximizing every media opportunity?

Shoppers are not arriving at the store a complete blank state waiting for the right marketing message to move their purchasing decisions. Much of their motivation to purchase starts at home and for any number of reasons. Delivering a targeted message and offer to shoppers at home can influence purchasing decisions and put brands on the consideration list. Marketing to shoppers while they are at home drives awareness and consideration, trial and action, and loyalty and advocacy.

Front-door marketing offers direct access to the home and is optimal for brands looking to create an integrated path-to-purchase experience. Starting with a targeted and uncluttered message to the home via high-quality and high-impact door hangers, polybags, or samples, front-door marketing drives shoppers from the home to the next phase in the path. The traditional path-to-purchase picks up from there; by adding that front-end, in-home component, marketers gain an important, impactful point of contact that can successfully launch the shopper experience.

Front-door marketing is particularly successful to target multicultural segments. Using quality data analytics from Nielsen, Experian and MRI, Power Direct can shape your marketing campaign by identifying high populations of specific groups – including Hispanic audiences. Front-door marketing continues to drive results for national advertisers. Let us help you target and reach the multicultural audience for your brand.

*Source: Pew Research Hispanic Center