Tag Archives: social media

From Stress to Success in the City: Using Social Media to Build Your Personal Brand

Personal branding for career success.

Personal branding is increasingly accessible due to social networking. You may be asking yourself, “what is personal branding?” By definition, personal branding is the process in which we market ourselves to others. Standing out from the crowd and making yourself known can guide  Read More...

Food Trucks: A Thriving Entrepreneurial Frontier

Meet the Peruvian Brothers

In addition to serving fast and delicious meals, food trucks have created a new market for small businesses and entrepreneurs. Easily accessible, these mobile restaurants can be found at breweries, music venues, or on a busy street corner outside of office buildings. I stopped by the Peruvian Brothers food truck parked in front of  Read More...

LATISM Re-Cap: Latinos and Social Media: So What, What’s Next? Which Is What I Said on NPR

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At the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, I co-presented a panel on how to promote literacy at the fifth annual Latinos in Tech Innovation and Social Media (LATISM) representing the education organization Latinas for Latino Lit (L4LL) which I co-founded. With  Read More...

VIDEO: ¿César-Chávez-Google-Doodle-Easter-Non-troversy?

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I normally stay away–far away–from “link bait“–internet stories that are so outrageous, they exist to stir up trouble and clicks, such as the current controversy over the Easter Sunday Google Doodle, not featuring a risen Jesus Christ, but César Chávez.  Read More...

The Wise Latina Club’s Viviana Hurtado Wins New Americano Award at SXSW

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When I started The Wise Latina Club more than two years ago, I never thought a blog primarily for Hispanic women to learn about politics and how to get involved in their communities would grow into a nationally recognized website, expanding  Read More...

Columbia Journalism Review: The Wise Latina Club “Awesome Blog”

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¡Virgen Santísima! This time my Chief Reputation Monitor, i.e. Mami (Google alerts have nothing on this lady’s internet scouring abilities), did not discover that the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) selected The Wise Latina Club as one of five “awesome blogs  Read More...

¡One of Forbes.com’s Top Online Political Influencers!

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado 1 of Forbes' Top Political Influencers

I was minding my own business when my reputation manager (aka Mami who monitors the internet searching for axe-wielding interNUTS who seek to do her daughter harm) tipped me off to the Forbes.com article that listed me among the top politics  Read More...

¡Viviana Hurtado’s The Wise Latina Club LATISM 2012 Best Politics Blog!

Viviana Hurtado's The Wise Latina Club is LATISM's 2012 Best Politics Blog

You did it again! You helped make The Wise Latina Club Latinos in Social Media (LATISM)‘s 2012 Best Politics Blog for the second year in a row. LATISM is a special community, bringing together Hispanics from all walks of life, working on a variety of issues  Read More...