The business year ended a couple of weeks ago. A fair year for business in Mexico with the traction provoked by the opening markets (telecom, energy, transport, etc.) Numbers on this blog were good too. Here are some statistics I would like to share with you.
The blog had 1.4 Million hits with a more than 86 thousand visitors. This is a slight improvement from previous year.
As to the most popular posts, below is the list, if you want to read them:
1 – What Would the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Mean for Mexico?
2 – Wind Power Opportunities in Mexico
3 – Mexico to Spend $100 Billion Dollars to Develop Shale Resources
4 – Mexico Reforms Attract U.S. Investors
5 – Chrysler invests US$1.2 Bn in Mexico and could cast away the IMMEX drawback
6 – As expected, Mexican telecom operators are showing tough love
7 – [INFOGRAPHIC] The US$590 Bn Mexican Infrastructure Plan in a Nutshell
8 – What if IFETEL Mexico unleashes the unseen power of free?
9 – Mexico Consumer Entertainment Spend Grows Rapidly; Now at 4.5 Billion USD
10 – Televisa and Telmex on two legs after Watchdog resolutions
The most popular searches were related and around to these topics:
1. Green energy investment.
2. Telecom antitrust proceedings.
3. San Diego – Tijuana business traction.
4. Construction companies in Mexico.
5. Oil drilling opportunities.
We have planned many projects for this year and hope all readers and sharers support this blog. Stay tuned.
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American Bar Association (ABA) is considering which law blogs will make the 8th Annual Blawg 100. While I cannot submit my own blog www.mexicanlawblog.com , I am allowed to encourage readers and followers to submit my nomination.
Friend-of-the-blawg briefs are due no later than 5 p.m. ET on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014 here http://www.abajournal.com/blawgs/blawg100_submit/
About Blawg 100 Amici
Bloggers, by all means tell your readers about Blawg 100 Amici and invite them to send us messages on behalf of your blog.
But please know that we frown on amici from:
– Bloggers who nominate their own blogs or nominate blogs to which they have previously contributed posts.
– Public relations professionals in the employ of lawyers or law firms who nominate their clients’ blogs.
There is no specific criteria that a blogger can meet to be guaranteed a spot on the Blawg 100. And we think our list would suffer if there were. A blog’s whole can be greater than the sum of its parts, and a blog that never fails to post that daily update, has a beautiful design and an unwavering topical focus can very often have less of an impact than another blog that is less consistent on all fronts.
That said, please keep these criteria in mind when submitting Blawg 100 amici:
– We’re primarily interested in blogs in which the author is recognizable as someone working in a legal field or studying law in the vast majority of his or her posts.
– The blog should offer insights into the practice of law and be of interest to legal professionals or law students.
– The majority of the blog’s content should be unique to the blog and not cross-posted or cut and pasted from other publications. The blog’s content should not be ghostwritten.
– We are not interested in blogs that more or less exist to promote the author’s products and services.
Submit nominations and read more details about submitting a Blawg Amici, or friend-of-the-blawg brief, here:
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During 2013, Mexico had a small growth, but was an exiting year, as many of long awaited reforms started. Many of them are in process of being implemented, and many have passed in spite of diversity of opinions.
Mexico expects a better growth for 2014, with foreseeable investment in strategic industries like telecom, energy and communications.
With that in mind, below are the most-read posts of this Blog, as numbers have shown. I am also, including the must-read posts, which regardless of the numbers, were highly shared, commented, liked and influenced the most. Make your own conclusions. Share them if you find that appropriate.
All I wanted for Christmas was the telecom legislation: Now what?
Revisiting the Mexican Energy Reform Part 1 of 3
Chinese Retailer “DragonMart” Fights and Wins a Spot on Mexican Soil
Solar Energy Opportunities in Mexico
Opening of Mexico energy market a benefit to NAFTA partners
The Sweet Spot of the Mexican Telecom Reform (Part 1/3)
What if IFETEL Mexico unleashes the unseen power of free?
5 challenges for the new Mexican telecom commissioners
The $316bn Plan for Mexican Infrastructure
Mexico is migrating towards a universal telecom license
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American Bar Association (ABA) is making the Annual Blawg 100 List to include the best legal blogs of the World (Blawgs).
If you think this Blog should be listed, please nominate it here for consideration of the ABA. Nominations are due no later than 7 p.m. ET on Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.
But remember that ABA will not receive nominations from:
- Law bloggers who nominate themselves or nominate blogs to which they have regularly contributed posts.
- Public relations professionals in the employ of lawyers or law firms who nominate their clients’ blogs.
Please submit nominations and read more details about submitting a Blawg Amici, or friend-of-the-blawg brief, here: http://www.abajournal.com/blawgs/blawg100_submit/
As an incentive to my readers to be considered for nomination, below is a list of the top 10 must-read posts of 2013. Enjoy and decide for yourself the merits of this Blog.
Thanks a lot,
1. Mexican Telecom Reform: The Rise of the STEM Lawyers.
2. Mexico’s Booming Aerospace Sector: an Opportunity for Many.
3. Mexico Opportunities for the Korean Animation Industry.
4. An Overview of the Mexican Legal Market for Foreign Firms.
5. The Sweet Spot of the Mexican Telecom Reform (Part 1/3).
6. President Xi Jinping sees Opportunities for Chinese Companies in Mexico.
7. Honda Announces New Investment in Mexico.
8. Mexico Opportunities for Singapore Tech Companies.
9. Mexico Energy Grid Construction Provides Opportunity for Foreign Companies.
10. So you want to move to Mexico? Immigration Essentials.