Announcing the launch of TSBMagHispano.com

The creators of the popular dating advice and men's interest site TSB Magazine have recently announced the launch of a related site, TSBMagHispano.com. This new offering will cover the same topics as TSB Magazine, but will focus on the Spanish language market.

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Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) March 20, 2013

The creators of the popular dating advice and men's interest site TSB Magazine have recently announced the launch of a related site, TSBMagHispano.com. This new offering will cover the same topics as TSB Magazine, but will focus on the Spanish language market.

TSB has been providing dating advice, fashion and business tips, and other general men's interest articles for the past seven years. According to TSB's founder, Bobby Rio, TSBMagHispano.com will cover the same topics as its sister site. “TSB Magazine has been so well received over the past seven years that I think it's time to expand so that we can reach a wider audience. The Spanish speaking world is growing quickly, so creating TSBMagHispano just seems like a natural way to expand our brand.”

Rio goes on to say that he sees a huge audience for the new site. “There are lots of Spanish speakers here in the US and throughout the Americas. I've traveled a lot, so I've seen that Spanish speaking guys have exactly the same interests, and exactly the same issues with dating and women that our English-speaking readers have.”

Over the past seven years, TSB Magazine's scope has become much wider. Starting mainly as a dating advice site, it now includes columns about self-confidence and “inner game,” men's fashion, entertainment, finances, and college life. At its core, it remains a dating advice site, and most of the columns deal with this subject. Rio and several other TSB contributors have written ebooks that are available on Amazon.com.

According to Rio, Spanish language readers are going to get a site in TSBMagHispano that has already matured. “Over the past seven years, we've really figured out what guys want to read and what they want to know to improve their game with women. So Spanish speakers are going to get to use a site that is new, but already very polished and focused on the type of things that we know guys want to read about.”

TSB plans to offer other things to the Spanish speaking market as well. Last year, Rio and fellow TSB Magazine columnist Rob Judge published a course about flirting and seduction through texting called Magnetic Messaging. A Spanish language version of this course, Mensajes Magneticos, will hit the internet in the coming weeks as well. Rio has also hinted at the possibility of translating more of his courses, including the well-received What to Say, into Spanish in the future. All announcement about future Spanish language products from TSB will be made on TSBMagHispano.com.

To check out their Spanish language texting guide: http://www.mensajesmagneticos.com


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