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At we promote the professional services of our people for our people, offering the first bilingual directory of professional services in Spanish and English. At EFIKZ we are offering a unique and effective product that reaches all "the Chicago area and suburbs"

Having a website can be very costly, at you can promote your services at very low cost without having to worry about the high costs of maintaining a website. We have a team of professionals who are available to assist you with the information you need so you can start having success and the potential for more business through the Internet and social networks. You do not have to worry about managing your listing we make it possible for you to have more business opportunity.

At we specialize in business image developing

As we know the local market is also facing tough competition. Your competitors are trying hard to improve their business image. Why do you stay behind? Advertising your services at is an excellent way to begin to have presence in the internet. We will help you develop a better image of your business so that you can able to win trust and reliability of clients.

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Imagine that you have already developed online presence through, but your competitors have not started any online marketing yet. In this condition, who can get benefits? it is obviously you. Today, 70% of the population prefers the online search for a particular service. For example, if you are a mechanic and you have listed yourself at but your competitors have not yet registered, you will get more calls or service request than your competitors.

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There are several local advertising sources available to choose from, but among them advertising at is cheaper. Under a small budget, you can list your occupation. There is not maintenance cost. Long lasting support is provided. Our service is affordable. Advertise at will help you connect with a target audience and get many benefits. More and more customers will know about your services, every day may notice an increase.


In the  2005 “State of Latino Chicago” report shows that Latinos are the largest ethnic minority in the region, and Suburban Latinos now outnumber those in Chicago. Latino economic spending in metropolitan Chicago was over $20 billion in 2003, and continues to grow and grow every year. 

Latinos who own smartphones, go online from a mobile device and use social networking sites at similar—and sometimes higher—rates than do other groups of Americans, according to a new analysis of three surveys by the Pew Research Center. The analysis also finds that when it comes to using the internet, that the digital divide between Latinos and whites is smaller than what it had been just a few years ago. Between 2009 and 2012, the share of Latino adults who say they go online at least occasionally increased 14 percentage points, rising from 64% to 78%

According to the Pew Hispanic survey, most Hispanic social media users (60%) say they mostly or only use English. An additional 29% say that when they use social networking sites, they do so only or mostly in Spanish. And 11% say they use both English and Spanish equally when using social networking sites.

Foreign-born Latinos make up 46% of all Latino social networking site users. Among them, more than half (55%) say they mostly or only use Spanish when posting Facebook updates or tweets. By contrast, among U.S.-born Latino social networking site users, 86% say they mostly or only use English when engaging with social media.

48 million Latinos in the United States now wield buying power in excess of $1 trillion and represent an increasingly important consumer segment for marketers in a post-recession economy. While overall spending by non-Hispanic consumers has declined, Latino consumers as a whole spent more. Compared to other Americans, Latinos continue to exhibit more confidence about the future of the American economy and show more optimism that their own personal financial situation will improve in the days ahead. Hispanic buying power in 2015 hit $1.6 trillion, IBIS World forecasts, growing at a 48 percent clip, compared to about 27 percent for the entire nation.

According to consensus there are more than 1.9 million Hispanics in the Chicago metropolitan area, 21.5 percent of the total population, and almost 1.2 million of them were born in the United States, and Chicago has the fifth largest Hispanic population in the US. Of the 1.9 million, more than 1.4 millions Hispanics in the Chicago area are U.S. citizens, because that includes the foreign-born who became U.S. citizens. Of all Chicago Hispanics, the three largest groups of origin are Mexican 79.2%, Puerto Rican 9.6% and Guatemalan 2.1% The average household income for Chicago Hispanics is $42,000 and more than 52 percent are homeowners.

Latino-owned businesses have revived several declining commercial areas

Hispanic women are gaining prominence in the U.S. and are becoming a strong influence on the mainstream economy. With 52 million in the U.S. population, Hispanics collectively have an impressive buying power of $1.2 trillion. Within the overall Hispanic demographic, however, the women are the ones in the driver’s seat, according to a recent report published by Nielsen.
Hispanic women, also called Latinas, are the growth engine of the U.S. female population and are expected to represent 30 percent of the total female population by 2060, while the non-Hispanic white female population is expected to drop to 43 percent.

Latinas are becoming more educated, tech savvy and connected, allowing them to write their own destinies and challenge the dynamic of Hispanic households. With 86 percent of Latina women at the helm of purchasing decisions in households, the times are changing and economic power is shifting.

“Latinas are a key driver of economic influence, giving marketers an opportunity to establish new and loyal consumer relationships by acknowledging the needs and following the unique behavior trends of Hispanic women,” said Mónica Gil senior vice president, public affairs and government relations.