We’ve zoomed past the 1 year anniversary of VirtualWineEvents.com and I couldn’t be more thrilled with the site’s success. We’ve featured over 12,000 virtual tastings, webinars, IG Lives and other online wine events–reaching a global audience from over 70 countries. Plus, our video search library continues to grow. There are nearly 6000 links to recordings of online wine events, allowing them to continue reaching consumers long after the event has ended.
I’ll share more data and insights in future posts but I wanted to highlight some talks that I’ve had in the last few months.
Aussie Wine Chat E24: A Deep Technical Dive into VirtualWineEvents.com Data with Amber LeBeau
What days of the week are the best times to hold an online event? What search terms are users looking for when searching VWE for an online event to attend?
Here’s the link to the full podcast recording where we go more in-depth about the answers to those questions. Below I’ll post the data slides I reference in both this interview and in my Outshinery presentation.
Outshinery: How to plan a virtual wine event that works
Just follow the link to get the full recording. Here I’m joined by Hardy Wallace of Dirty & Rowdy to talk about the “Secret Sauce” to great online events.
This was a follow-up to an earlier Outshinery’s On The Spot from July where I highlighted some great examples of winery events.
Italian Wine Podcast – Ep. 551 Amber LeBeau | Voices
In my interview with Rebecca Lawrence of IWP, we spend a bit of time talking about my background–including lessons learned from working in the retail trenches in the US and writing a good chunk of the wine article on Wikipedia–as well as industry issues that I cover on this blog. But, of course, we touch a bit on virtual wine events as well.
The Jolly Cellar Master – #2: Amber LeBeau And How To Do Online Wine Events
Note: This data was originally pulled for the February 24th Outshinery event. I’ll post updated numbers in the next coming weeks.