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[*] posted on 11-16-2014 at 06:10 PM
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Many expats I know can get by conversationally in Spanish, but reading is usually another matter. Their Spanish isn't quite good enough that they can easily read a newspaper or news website and understand the content. But do they care?

It turns out they do, judging by the response to the website we launched in June. Mexico News Daily has become a big hit among expats and anyone else interested in reading news of Mexico — in English.

We curate Mexican news from newspaper and magazine websites and blogs and publish daily updates in English.

We now have thousands of readers, mostly in Mexico, many of whom have chosen to subscribe to our email newsletter, a convenient way of receiving a summary of posts to the website.

There are more details about Mexico News Daily here. I invite you to have a look!

Tony Richards,
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Mexico News Daily
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[*] posted on 11-16-2014 at 06:24 PM


I've been a subscriber for a while now and send some of the articles on to other sites.
Like it a lot. Thanks, Tony. A job well done.



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[*] posted on 11-16-2014 at 06:30 PM


I, too, subscribe and really like it!

Thank you for your efforts.
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[*] posted on 11-20-2014 at 12:14 PM


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Originally posted by tonyr51
Many expats I know can get by conversationally in Spanish, but reading is usually another matter. Their Spanish isn't quite good enough that they can easily read a newspaper or news website and understand the content. But do they care?

It turns out they do, judging by the response to the website we launched in June. Mexico News Daily has become a big hit among expats and anyone else interested in reading news of Mexico — in English.

We curate Mexican news from newspaper and magazine websites and blogs and publish daily updates in English.

We now have thousands of readers, mostly in Mexico, many of whom have chosen to subscribe to our email newsletter, a convenient way of receiving a summary of posts to the website.

There are more details about Mexico News Daily here. I invite you to have a look!

Tony Richards,
Publisher,
Mexico News Daily


I've added you to my Feedly RSS reader and will be checking in every day.

I might suggest that you expand beyond Twitter and Facebook and add a Google+ link. It will garner more readers and you might even add your site to the Google+ profile section.

I enjoyed what I read and am looking forward to checking in daily.




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[*] posted on 11-20-2014 at 01:51 PM


Thanks....just signed up for newsletter....but I don't do FB or Twatter.



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