WineWeb.com Continues Innovation with Social Media Integration into Winery Websites

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WineWeb.com announces that it has integrated the major social media and networking sites into its winery website services.

WineWeb.com announces that it has integrated the major social media and networking sites into its winery website services. Wineries now can easily place links for visitors to follow them on social media sites, and can also enable website visitors to post comments to their social media networks from within the winery's website. "For example, a winery website visitor could be viewing an upcoming winery event and want to tell their friends about it. They can click the "Tweet" icon to compose a post to their Twitter account. The service then creates a short URL of that event page, appends it to the message, then posts the message to Twitter, all without leaving the winery website," states Ron Kreutzer, Founder and President of WineWeb Enterprises, Inc. "This social media integration can appear on many pages within the winery website, and it provides a deeper level of interaction with the winery website visitor," continues Kreutzer.

The winery social media component is available as a no cost enhancement to wineries using WineWeb's Enhanced Website service or the Premier Bundle of services. The social media services integrated into winery websites include Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Ping.fm, del.icio.us, Digg, Wine 2.0, Open Wine Consortium, CellarTracker, Snooth and VinCellar.

More information is available at http://services.wineweb.com.

About The WineWeb:
WineWeb Enterprises, Inc., founded in 1995, was the first winery e-commerce service and continues to deliver innovative, cost-effective winery Internet services, including websites, e-commerce sales processing, point-of-sale and wine club processing. WineWeb also maintains the largest online directory of over 35,000 wineries, and provides an online marketplace for consumers and the wine trade to find wine and buy wine online, from over 200,000 wines available direct from wineries and online wine merchants.

For more information, visit http://www.wineweb.com.

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