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Special Announcement: Latinometrics Turns 1!
For less than a six-pack, you can now support Latinometrics
After one year of bringing you original data-based stories about Latin America, we're launching a paid newsletter! Existing readers can sign up for $3/month. The price will be $5/month starting on December 1st. If you like our content and want to support our independent publication, subscribe here:
Because we want to keep bringing you insights that no one else is reporting
Latinometrics is expanding beyond charts, starting with the Domingo Brief
To maintain editorial independence and focus on creating value for our audience
What you'll get in return:
The original issue (see our charts before everyone else)
The new Domingo Brief issue
Access to all future launches
Optional monthly Zoom meetup where you can network with others and ask us questions
Independent, data-based reporting that focuses on LatAm's potential
Cheaper than a six-pack 🍻
Try us out for only $3/month — less than what most six-packs in LatAm cost — and cancel anytime if you're not getting value out of it.
So, think about it this way: you can get your favorite LatAm stories every week for less than what it costs you to have some beers.
The best part about this chart is that we collaborated with our audience to make it. A few weeks ago, we posted a survey on Twitter asking for the price of the most famous beers in Latin America's major cities — and got 300+ responses! We trimmed the outliers, validated with friends and websites, and voilà: our first collaborative chart where the source was our audience 💙.
In case you didn't know, Latinometrics is a team of two cousins from Torreon, Mexico. (+ our Research Consultant, Cesar, who cold-emailed and joined us out of his passion for LatAm).
For the past year, we've poured our hearts and souls into this project to inspire fellow Latin Americans, shine a light on underreported stories, and disrupt traditional media.
Now it's time to expand that vision, and we can't do that without making Latinometrics self-sufficient first. We want to be directly supported by readers who value what we do.
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