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More than Marketing. Building Cultural Connections.

At Creative + Cultural, we take pride in shaping the growth of each and every one of our clients. It’s not just about creative marketing solutions, but also about investing in our community to create a bigger IMPACT.

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What we do Cultural Marketing + Grassroots + Digital
Digital Advertising

Client focused, high quality, transparent digital solutions with unprecedented reach.

Social Media

Create and maintain marketing campaigns across all social networks, customized to your brand and message.

Event Production

We work hand-in-hand with our clients to create special events that build bridges of communication.

Website Design

Websites that don't only look and function beautifully, but have marketing & advertising power and purpose.

Graphic Design

Stand out with highly aesthetic visuals that align with your target market and identity.

Video & Audio Production

Integrated video and audio production that elevate your brand in this diluted world.

Media Buying and Planning

Maximizing our client's investments with over 20 year's of experience working with media outlets, optimizing results

Drive to Retail Programs

Sales concord all, and our award-winning strategies to drive consumers to stores have been recognized as “best in class"

Promotions

Mixing in promotions with marketing drives sales, and pairing ads with a custom promotion assures ROI

Our Approach

Creativity. Intuition. Impact.

40

% of total growth in college enrollment will come from Hispanics

78%

Ages 35-49 Accessed TV Content From the Internet in 2017

70

% of Hispanics speak Spanish at home

73%

of US Adults choose YouTube

Recent Case Studies

What we have done.

  • All
  • Digital Campaign
  • Drive to Retail
  • P.O.S.
  • Campaign
  • Branding
  • Web Design

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Meet The Team

Creating meaningful connections.

Gilbert Ochoa Founder | CEO
Christina Gonzalez Account Services Director
Janet Hernandez Creative Director
David Gil Art Director
Nathaniel Madrid Social Media
Carmela Ramirez Event Producer/Consultant
Cisco Gonzalez Director of Business Development
Andrew DeCarlo Video Producer
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what’s new?

Facebook Advertising Updates


Social Media Advertising Updates

Social Advertising Updates reviewed by Social Media Examiner, includes:

1. Facebook Enforces New Requirements for Custom Audience Targeting
2. Facebook added a new review option inside its Ads Activity Dashboard
3. Twitter Introduces Personalized, News Alerts/Event Notifications
4. Instagram Expands Shoppable Tags to Stories

Facebook Enforces New Requirements for Custom Audience Targeting: Facebook added new requirements for custom audiences that are built from customer files. Starting on July 2, advertisers will be required to specify the origin of their audience information when they upload a new customer file: directly from customers, directly from partners, or a combination of the two. Facebook will also share the source of the information and specify if the advertiser is able to reach them through their phone number or email address within a drop-down menu from the ads.Facebook Cracks Down on Bad Shopping Experiences From Advertisers: Facebook launched a new eCommerce review option inside its Recent Ads Activity dashboard that allows buyers to give feedback on products being advertised on Facebook. Any negative responses will be shared directly with advertisers in the hope that they’ll take action to improve their practices. If they don’t, Facebook will reduce the number of ads that particular business can run or ban them outright. This new tool is launching globally this week.

Twitter Introduces Personalized News Alerts and Event Notifications: Twitter is making relevant breaking news, events, and stories easier to discover with topic tabs in Explore, updates to search, expanding the Happening Now feature to include tweets about breaking and personalized news, and sending personalized notifications based on an individual user’s interests.

Protecting your Data on the Net

Here’s the Information You’re Probably Giving Social Media Networks, and How They Protect It

With all the concern about privacy and Facebook, the information we put into our apps is now at the forefront of criticism. When you download a new app or create a new account, your privacy may not always seem guarded. I found this article enlightening and easy to understand on how major social media platforms protect our information. It may not close the loop on every concern, but can help understand the current social media security measures that are at work.

People have questions about the security of our digital data.That ranges broadly, whether it’s passwords, online banking information, or what we do on social media. And more than ever, people are asking, “How is my information protected?”

In order to understand that, it seems, it’s important to first take a closer look at the information users might provide to social networks in the first place. That’s been a topic of growing interest in the wake of the Facebook Cambridge Analytica revelation, and new details, questions, and announcements that have since emerged.

To help make sense of it — and not just when it comes to Facebook, but also how these things work on networks like Twitter and LinkedIn — Varonis created an infographic to break down the type of information users typically provide to these social media platforms, and what each one had already been doing to keep data secure.

Some things have changed in a very short period of time. Facebook, for instance, has announced a slew of new protections and policies over the past month, and further modifications are anticipated from a number of platforms as we count down the days leading up to the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May.

But it’s still interesting to have a look at just how much information we share, and what different networks have been doing in the way of safety until now.

Protecting your Data on the Net

Conscience is the inner perception of objections to definite wish impulses that exist in us; but the emphasis is put upon the fact that this rejection does not have to depend on anything else, that it is sure of itself.

Here’s the Information You’re Probably Giving Social Media Networks, and How They Protect It

With all the concern about privacy and Facebook, the information we put into our apps is now at the forefront of criticism. When you download a new app or create a new account, your privacy may not always seem guarded. I found this article enlightening and easy to understand on how major social media platforms protect our information. It may not close the loop on every concern, but can help understand the current social media security measures that are at work.

People have questions about the security of our digital data.

That ranges broadly, whether it’s passwords, online banking information, or what we do on social media. And more than ever, people are asking, “How is my information protected?”

In order to understand that, it seems, it’s important to first take a closer look at the information users might provide to social networks in the first place. That’s been a topic of growing interest in the wake of the Facebook Cambridge Analytica revelation, and new details, questions, and announcements that have since emerged.

To help make sense of it — and not just when it comes to Facebook, but also how these things work on networks like Twitter and LinkedIn — Varonis created an infographic to break down the type of information users typically provide to these social media platforms, and what each one had already been doing to keep data secure.

Some things have changed in a very short period of time. Facebook, for instance, has announced a slew of new protections and policies over the past month, and further modifications are anticipated from a number of platforms as we count down the days leading up to the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May.

But it’s still interesting to have a look at just how much information we share, and what different networks have been doing in the way of safety until now.

 

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