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September 21, 2007


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Mathew Thomas

Great list. I would argue that a good marketer does think like a visitor.

That said, different wineries have different agendas - it's not always moving product volume. If a brand is selling a sufficient percentage of the annual volume and that volume/quality are not variables, it may be a good move to increase the perception of scarcity to protect or increase price. I've seen wineries actually devolve their sites to look more "1.0" - and undiscovered by the masses.

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Udi Barone

Wine is super hot on social networks and there are already hundreds of small winaries profiles. Some are doing great job in refreshing their content and developing long lasting relationship with their fans community.

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