Archive for the ‘Web 2.0’ Category

“Internet will no longer exist the way we know it”

August 27, 2010 by Laura Saieg

The expert on digital marketing anticipates a more mobile setting for navigation, where the companies’ challenges will be to start real conversations in social networks and blogs.

The future of the wine industry is better use of the web

July 23, 2010 by Laura Saieg

“Social media in the wine business” will be the topic presented by Paul Mabray, Chief Strategy Officer at VinTank, in the VI Foro Internacional Vitivinícola. In this interview, the specialist analyzes networks and advises wineries how to start and what pages they should use.

Wine Guru, the new wine game

July 21, 2010 by Laura Saieg

The new online game was presented in the seminar “The wine marketing in the online age: the opportunity for the social web,” organized by Wines of Argentina. Its goal is that world consumers may know about Argentina`s winemaking in a simple and funny way.

Who are the Net protagonists?

July 14, 2010

In an article published by Wine Enthusiast, Lift9 presents the most watched videos, the most famous bloggers and the most well known users of Twitter and Facebook.

Twitter makes a foray in the wine market

April 21, 2010 by Jennifer Fiedler

Biz Stone, Twitter founder and social network pioneer, explains his charity wine project in more than 140 characters.

WineSur launches its new 2.0 version

March 24, 2010

WineSur, the bilingual digital media outlet designed to target the global wine community, renews its website, offering new design features and 2.0 applications.

What do wine bloggers think about Argentinian wines?

March 24, 2010 by Laura Saieg

WineSur interviewed six widely-read bloggers in the United States to ask them about their views on Argentinian wines. They all agreed that wineries should work together, not individually, if they wish to make their mark on the Internet.

The Lowdown on Malbec

March 22, 2010

Gerald D. Boyd is journalist of Wine Review Online and one of the most well known writers specialized in wines. In this article, this wine blogger tell us about a virtual tasting with Roberto de la Mota and gives us his opinion about how Malbec is considered by US consumers.

“Companies should get better acquainted with Web 2.0 and make good use of it”

February 17, 2010 by Laura Saieg

The Chief Executive Officer of GEA IPC, a Spanish consulting company for advanced Internet and eBusiness projects, discusses companies’ rights and wrongs in the new communication era.

“The future of everything is online”

December 23, 2009 by Laura Saieg

In an exclusive interview with WineSur, Jancis Robinson points out the importance of social networks. The UK journalist and wine critic highlights that wineries still have a lot to learn in this new era of communication.