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Social Media Savvy Keep Wine Connoisseurs Engaged on Sites They Visit Every Day and Build a Loyal Following

Improved Social Media Presence

The impact and reach of social media has been demonstrated again and again. Wineries that actively promote their content and engage with wine lovers on social media enjoy better search rankings, increased brand awareness, and improved sales. But wineries often don't have the time needed to really leverage the power of social media. That's where we come in!

We stay on top of your social media platforms, make regular posts, and keep you updated on what customers are saying about your brand online.

What Does it Take to be a Social Media Superstar? It may not be vinification, but there are a lot of factors that play into developing a social media strategy.

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Did you know that it's common for popular social media posts to pop up in searches before relevant websites?

To increase your chances of being seen in online search results, we recommend being active on the ever-growing list of social media channels including Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and more. 


Having an online social media presence helps you build your brand and get it in front of your target audience.


People trust brands with which they can easily communicate. Social media enables businesses to foster long-lasting relationships with current and future consumers.


Social media provides a great opportunity to educate your prospects and customers about your winery and what you have to offer. It's also an excellent place to share information that will help establish you as a leader in your industry. 


Customer service doesn't stop when they walk out the door. Social media enables wineries to answer customer questions in real time, interact with comments, and create posts that spark conversation.


Popular Facebook, Pinterest and Google pages often show up at the top of search results—even above websites. By building your audience and actively engaging, search engines know you have something valuable to offer, which in turn boosts your chances of being found online. 

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