Medio têmpo is one of Mexico’s most successful digital detox brands, a phenomenon that has spread across the country and internationally.
The company’s marketing strategy is rooted in a philosophy that media, which has been seen as a source of negative connotations, should be transformed into an opportunity for positive ones.
Medio Têmpeo is the latest company to capitalize on the phenomenon of media detox in Mexico.
Its media detox initiative is the brainchild of the country’s Minister of Communication and Information, Miguel Ángel Soler.
The government-owned news agency Televisa has been one of Medio’s biggest customers.
In recent months, the company has launched a series of ad campaigns for its products, including a “media detox” series on which a montage of iconic Mexican and foreign news videos has been paired with images of the company’s products and its marketing materials.
The campaigns are intended to be a sort of visual guide to the company, and the products are aimed at young and old, women and men, students and professionals.
“There’s a sense of nostalgia that people feel for the days when they used to be on the news,” said Carlos Carrasquillo, president of Mediosotron, Medio Televida’s parent company.
“We want to bring back the old days of news and media consumption.
We’re not looking for a product or brand that will replace the old way of life.”
The company also wants to tap into the media industry’s nostalgia for the country as it tries to recover from the financial crisis of the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Mediosetron has launched advertisements for products such as “Coca-Cola Zero” and “Allegro.”
The company also launched a social media campaign for its product, “Abraso,” that features a young woman in a bikini in a Mexican beach resort, in which she sings the song “Fiesta del Como” and wears a “Coconut Shell” bikini.
The campaign is aimed at the women’s generation and features a shot of the woman in the beach with the words “Amen to the beach.”
“We’re not interested in just buying things,” Carrasque said.
“But we want to help the youth feel part of the media landscape.”
Abráso is one MediosoTémpo brand, which is now one of the largest brands in Mexico with a market capitalization of $1.2 billion, according to market researcher BMO Capital Markets.
Its products include “Ares” and its new product, a facial cleanser that claims to be the “first face wash” that contains only organic coconut water.
The brand has also launched an advertising campaign for “Alcantara,” which has a similar premise, and is based on a song from Mexican singer and singer-songwriter María Guadalupe López, known for her love of “Crazy in Love.”
“Abrázas” and Alcantára are two products that are not marketed directly to young women, but are marketed through their social media accounts, Carrasquel said.
The “Alcatra” brand, a hair care line, is another brand that is now selling in the country, he said.
The company’s strategy is also aimed at younger people, who are particularly susceptible to the influence of the Internet.
The ads for “Ales” and the “Alcañas” brand feature young women in a variety of hairstyles, including long, ponytail and bob haircut, in a fashion shot with a stylist.
Abrás and Alcañes are two of the most popular brands in the United States.
“Our strategy is to make the brand a place where young people feel comfortable,” Carraquillo said.
“The idea is to be able to communicate with people and help them express themselves through our products,” he added.
“Our products are made in Mexico and we’re trying to provide a platform where they can be creative, but also be in the moment.
We want them to feel comfortable.”
According to Carrasquer, a lot of media companies, including Mediososotron and Televisid, are trying to figure out what their next steps are.
But he said he believes Mediosótron and Mediosesotron have an advantage over other companies because they are not beholden to big advertising budgets.
“It’s not just a big company, it’s a brand that’s been around for 10 years, has an image, and people are willing to buy from it,” he said, adding that Mediosisotron is a very independent brand, with no relationship with a company.
“You need to be creative and not afraid of doing things yourself, and that’s where I think Mediosolosotrón has an advantage,” Carasquillo added.
“They’re really making