Archive for the Tag 'Vinography'

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The Pros and Cons of Social Media

Having our own wine PR and marketing company has brought visibility to who Jose and I are; but, it’s having my wine blog and being on Facebook that has stretched and magnetized who I am as a brand.

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Paris Hilton + Clinton Stark = This Blog

Tweet So, there I was, looking at the back end of this wine blog (something I do everyday, to analyze what’s going on behind the scenes)… It’s like stepping behind the Wizard of Oz’s curtain… And I saw this link: http://www.starkinsider.com/2013/02/best-wine-blogs.html Clinton Stark of Stark Insider, evaluated wine blogs in 2009, so I see when […]

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Spelling it all out succinctly: Vinography’s Alder Yarrow

Tweet Happy birthday to Vinography… It’s been nine years of wine blogging for Alder Yarrow, and a few good tricks and habits have been developed over the last nine years. That’s obvious to me from my deck chair. It’s 20 years later, from the time when I segued from FM radio PR to wine PR. […]

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Beyond Blogging II ~ a.k.a. Living

Tweet In Steve Heimoff’s story, called Beyond blogging, he talks about fellow blogger Jeff LeFevre of Good Grape. Steve wrote: I was glad to see that Jeff LeFevre, the author of Good Grape: A Wine Manifesto wine blog, now is writing an column for Forbes.com. This is a big step for Jeff, whom I’ve come […]

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Top 100 Wine Blogs in a Google Search: Reveals about 40,400,000 entries for wine blog

Tweet I just searched Google for the term “wine blog.” The search revealed that there are now 40,000,000 entries that qualify under “wine blog.” Some of them, of course, are duplicates, but still… this number is astounding. It’s no accident that wine-blog.org is on that first page. When it came time for me to pick […]