uSamp Announces Specialty Hispanic Panel for Gaining Consumer Insights

uSamp, a leader in providing targeted audiences for global consumer insights, today introduced its proprietary Hispanic panel. The new panel debuts with more than 100,0000 members — the result of creative and effective recruitment efforts — and complements uSamp’s global panel of some 7.5 million respondents. The company made the announcement at Re:think 2012, the Advertising Research Foundation’s Annual Convention and Insights Zone, here through March 28.

The Hispanic population of the United States now exceeds 50 million — roughly 16 percent of all Americans, according to Census Bureau figures — and is projected to have a purchasing power of $1.8 trillion within five years.

“We recognized opportunities in the Hispanic market early on,” said Gregg Lavin, uSamp co-founder and President. “We’ve anticipated the demand, and have carefully built our Hispanic panel to deliver actionable insights to businesses that want to compete successfully in that market. We work continuously to be able to deliver segmented audiences to meet our clients’ needs.”

In developing its Hispanic panel, uSamp studied media consumption trends in the Hispanic market, to determine where panelists are located and how best to reach them via both traditional and new media channels. According to Vivian Acosta, Senior Manager, Multicultural Insights, at uSamp, “Using a variety of rigorous recruitment strategies, we provide the highest quality — and most truly representative — U.S. Hispanic populations for our clients. We enlist national media, online, mobile, social media channels and partnerships to ensure the highest quality and large, representative sample.

“Our business runs on being able to identify and optimize niche markets,” Acosta said. “For example, the distinction between acculturated Hispanics, who are largely assimilated, and unacculturated Hispanics is recognized as an increasingly important demographic variable, on par with such factors as age, occupation and location.

“By building and managing our own proprietary rewards engine, uSamp efficiently ensures that our panelists have the best experience,” she added. Panel members have the option to fully customize their account, specifying language preference and email invitation frequency, and can begin the registration process from their mobile devices.

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uSamp (uSamp.com), the Answer Network, is a premier provider of technology and survey respondents used to obtain consumer and business insights. uSamp’s solutions and SaaS platform transform the way companies gain intelligence to make better, faster decisions about their products and services by tapping into uSamp’s 7.5 million global panel of survey respondents. Through uSamp’s proprietary technologies for self-serve survey authoring, self-survey sampling, and private-label panel management, companies have on-demand access to millions of profiled survey respondents. uSamp is based in Los Angeles, with five offices throughout the United States, Europe and India. The company has more than 185 team members worldwide, led by serial entrepreneurs Matt Dusig and Gregg Lavin. uSamp ranked #11 in the 2011 Forbes America’s Most Promising Company List, was named one of the fastest growing private companies in Los Angeles by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal and one of the best places to work in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

For more information, please visit www.uSamp.com/panels

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