Looking to reach a community of Latino families? Welcome! You’re in the right place!

Latinos in Utah

Hispanic Mama is is a digital media platform for Latina moms (and Latinas de corazón) raising bilingual and bicultural children. Our mission is to empower and celebrate our heritage and language through our stories. 

We bring important conversations and content about the complexities of our bilingual and bicultural journeys and provide support for the community.

In addition, this is a team committed to presenting the best tips and recommendations in parenting, travel, food, bilingual resources and local events in our website. 

When it comes to celebrating Latino families, Hispanic Mama aims to be the go-to source of information and inspiration on the web.


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Gender: 72% female

Most readers are between the ages of 25 and 38, and are new parents and young professionals who have a strong desire to teach their children about their Latino heritage. 

The majority of readers are located in the US, with strong followings in New York, Illinois, Texas, California, Nevada, Utah, Florida, and the Carolinas as well. Though this is our core audience, Hispanic Mama also attracts male and female readers of all ages researching Latino culture and the Spanish language.


We’ve worked with dozens of brands, featuring them both on my blog as well as promotion over social media. Here are a few of them:


We’re interested in working with parenting, travel, food, bilingual publishers, and lifestyle brands who understand our mission. Main categories we excel include:

  • Freelance Writing in English and Spanish
  • Brand Ambassador Programs
  • Social Media Influencing
  • Press Trips
  • Sponsorships
  • Product Reviews


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Sounds like we’d be a great match. Let’s chat about how we can work together! Send us an e-mail at hello@empoderadigital.com. Most inquiries receive a response within 24 hours. Thank you for your interest in Hispanic Mama!