Visit Sacramento launches Spanish section on its website


Visit Sacramento has launched a Spanish language section for its website to better promote the city. to do, places to stay and visit. As of Tuesday, all links on the landing page direct people to sites in English, including other pages on Visitsacramento.com that are currently only in English. A post on Visit Sacramento’s Spanish destination site acknowledges that all links lead to English pages and tells people to check out the page for more up-to-date information in Spanish. Kari Miskit of Visit Sacramento said their plan was to update more pages on their Spanish language site. where to go, what to see, what to do. Make sure it welcomes Spanish-speaking visitors,” she said. But Visit Sacramento then hopes to tell more stories in Spanish by highlighting small businesses and attractions. They are also considering a series of podcasts in Spanish. Spanish is spoken at home by more than 202,000 people aged 5 and older in Sacramento County, or 13.67% of the population. This compares to 28.75% for the state’s population. Visit Sacramento is working with the SociosPR group on the project. Cynthia Moreno of SociosPR also said that the “Bienvenidos a Sacramento” site is “just the start of a bigger project that we have planned.”

Visit Sacramento launched a Spanish language section on its website to better promote the city.

The Visit Sacramento website’s home page is titled “Bienvenidos a Sacramento” and its launch coincides with Hispanic Heritage Month.

The site has links to other resources on things to do, places to stay and tours. As of Tuesday, all links on the landing page direct people to sites in English, including other pages on Visitsacramento.com that are currently only in English.

A message on Visit Sacramento’s Spanish destination site acknowledges that all links point to English language pages and directs users to visit the page for more up-to-date information in Spanish.

Visit Sacramento’s Kari Miskit said she plans to update more pages on her site in Spanish.

“First, make sure it’s accessible and easy to navigate where to go, what to see, what to do. Make sure it welcomes Spanish-speaking visitors,” she said.

But Visit Sacramento then hopes to tell more stories in Spanish by highlighting small businesses and attractions. They are also considering a series of podcasts in Spanish.

Spanish is spoken at home by more than 202,000 people aged 5 and older in Sacramento County, or 13.67% of the population. This compares to 28.75% for the state’s population.

Visit Sacramento is working with the SociosPR group on the project.

Cynthia Moreno of SociosPR also said that the “Bienvenidos a Sacramento” site is “just the start of a bigger project that we have planned.”

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