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So far Jeremy has created 19 blog entries.

How To: Set up Tock Google Analytics and Cross Domain Tracking

2019-08-27T14:19:56-04:00August 26th, 2019|Blog|

Tock is a powerful and robust reservation and event system geared for the restaurant and wine industry, which we know many of you use - particularly those of you on WineDirect. While getting a winery set up and happy on Tock is relatively easy, getting tracking set up on Google Analytics is a bit on the tricky [...]

Is Your Winery Doing Instagram Right?

2019-07-17T23:20:32-04:00July 17th, 2019|Uncategorized|

At Lunabean Media we have clients across the US and even on the other side of the globe (hello Australia). We work with many on an individual level, and, quite often, on a regional level when we visit these areas to lead trainings or seminars. Because of this level of exposure to real wineries doing the real [...]

The Case for Wine Discounts

2019-07-10T11:39:35-04:00July 8th, 2019|Blog, Lunabean Media Online, Lunabean Media Online (Wineries)|

At Lunabean Media we have clients across the US and even on the other side of the globe (hello Australia). We work with many on an individual level, and, quite often, on a regional level when we visit these areas to lead trainings or seminars. Because of this level of exposure to real wineries doing the real [...]

Let’s Chat: 5 Marketing Problems of 2019 So Far…

2019-07-09T11:06:06-04:00July 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|

At Lunabean Media we have clients across the US and even on the other side of the globe (helllo Australia). We work with many on an individual level, and, quite often, on a regional level when we visit these areas to lead trainings or seminars. Because of this level of exposure to real wineries doing the real work of [...]

Referrals Got You Down? Let Us Fix That For You.

2019-04-10T22:28:57-04:00April 10th, 2019|Blog, Featured Content, Google, Uncategorized|

Have you noticed a dip in your Google Analytics referrals?  Are websites that were once bringing you traffic seemingly no longer bringing you traffic, even though there have been no noticable changes? If your answer is "yes" to these questions, then you are likely suffering a https to http reporting issue. Let us explain. Over the [...]

ADA Compliance for Winery Websites

2019-11-22T16:29:53-04:00February 11th, 2019|Blog, Featured Content, Uncategorized|

What You Will Learn in This 25 Minute Webinar Why you want your website to be ADA compliant. Why ADA compliance is difficult to achieve. The kind of ADA compliance services to avoid (including popular tools that leave you vulnerable). The quick (free) tool you can use to check your website's vulnerability in minutes. A quick (and free) [...]

Ship Compliant Shopping Carts for Wineries

2018-05-18T00:12:20-04:00May 18th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Over the past few week we've been searching for an ecommerce solution for a winery client of ours which can be integrated with Ship Compliant. For our non-winery clients, we usually like to use the Volusion shopping cart which is both robust and affordable. Unfortunately, at this point, Volusion does not have Ship Compliant integration. With that being the [...]

Upcoming Webinar: Instagram Stories for Wineries

2018-05-18T00:14:12-04:00May 15th, 2018|Blog, Instagram, Lunabean Media Online (Wineries)|

You love Instagram, but are you using Instagram Stories? What about Story Highlights? Jeremy will show you some next-level thinking and examples of how wineries are using Stories to promote and sell events, get more people through the doors, and reach a younger audience, eager for authenticity and personality. In this 30 minute LIVE webinar,  you'll discover: What are Instagram [...]

Is Your Tasting Room Staff Too Aggressive

2018-05-15T11:59:52-04:00May 14th, 2018|Blog|

We came across the following conversation about tasting room experiences on Facebook yesterday, in a private group called "Wine DTC Geeks".  We found it fascinating, and in line with many of our own concerns, and experiences.While the survey of people is obviously not statistically significant, (5 groups of 2-4 people), the dislikes listed are universal (being sold to, feeling [...]