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Kris Chislett Selected to Speak at the Eastern Winery Exposition 2013 Conference.

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Just a little self promotion…I hope you don’t mind… [Lancaster, Pennsylvania, November 8, 2012] – Richard Leahy Conference Program Director for the Eastern Winery Exposition today announced that Kris Chislett will speak at the 2013 Eastern Winery Exposition Conference, taking … Continue reading

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The Wine Spectator FINALLY Discovers the Secret to a Successful Facebook Post.

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This made me smile when I saw it yesterday! Let me explain what we’re looking at… The below image shows a screenshot taken from the Wine Spectator Facebook Page from this September. The range of likes they received (at least … Continue reading

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Eat It, Don’t Tweet It!

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I probably should follow this advice…anyone else guilty?

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French Winemakers Slowly Making Friends with Social Media.

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French wineries, like over-tired children, are kicking and screaming but slowly making their way onto social media, a survey has revealed. The survey of 528 wineries in the United States and France conducted by ABLE Social Media Marketing found that … Continue reading

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Why Social and Selling Don’t Mix….Another Nail in the Coffin for the Question of ROI in Social Media.

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The news this week reported on Bloomberg.com doesn’t exactly help provide the answer businesses were looking for, in respect to the question: “What is the true ROI of social media?” Bloomberg reported the following: “Last April, Gamestop opened a store … Continue reading

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The Most Overused Winery Social Media Posts

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No doubt it’s extremely difficult for any business to maintain a constant stream of engaging content on Facebook, Twitter, and all the rest of it; but it’s all too easy to fall into the trap of posting the saaaaaaame old … Continue reading

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