Wine Marketing Online

If it seems like small wine businesses are getting crowded out of a vibrant US wine market by retail chains, entrenched distributors, and established brands, there's good news for little guys. There's a reason why these massive companies spend a fortune acting "small" In the new, wired realm of marketing and customer relations, the qualities that make small businesses distinctive, like personalized service, deep product knowledge and authentic interest, matter more than ever. Wine marketing consultant Bruce McGechan answers the question of how to put those built-in attributes in front of all those online customers with his new book Wine Marketing Online: Discover the secrets that successful wine businesses use to market their wines online; Learn how to increase your credibility and be seen as an expert by your local customers; Generate Traffic to your website using Google; Convert that traffic into sales through fine-tuned content and a positive user shopping experience;




Utilize social media to effectively engage with new and existing customers on your blog, Facebook, and Twitter; Ride the coming wave of mobile websites, apps, advertising and location based services like Foursquare and Yelp; Analyze your wine eCommerce software options; 'Finally' turn one-off orders into repeat loyal customers; and last but not least share your enthusiasm for wine and really enjoy your business. Wine Marketing Online includes a winery internet marketing and brand plan, wine store internet marketing plan, wine store financial model and wine competitor and customer research.



About Mr Bruce McGechan




Bruce McGechan
Author | Wine Internet Marketing Consultant & Director

Bruce McGechan is globally recognized as one of most prominent thought leaders and published authors in wine internet marketing. A professional marketer who has worked for corporates, consulted to wine business stores, and owned his own niche online wine store. He is a at the bleeding edge of how the new internet world is affecting wine businesses.



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