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WBC14 – Session Presentations

We know you took great notes at WBC14.  We saw you writing, typing, and recording during every session, all the while sipping on wine!  But in case you can't decipher everything on your notepad, iPad, or voice recorder, we have compiled links to many of the session presentations in the following PDF. Keynote with Corbett Barr Santa Barbara County Wine Makers The Business of Blogging The Business of Wine Search Engine Optimization Wine Certifications: Which is Right for You? Dig … Read More...

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WBC14 Pre and Post-Conference Excursions – the Wine Country Sense of Place

The Wine Bloggers Conference is located in a different wine region each year, giving attendees the chance to learn about new wines and the people, culture, and regional differences that contribute to their uniqueness.  WBC pre and post-conference excursions extend the conference experience and take participants to locations not included in the regular conference agenda. […]


2015 Wine Bloggers Conference Heading to Finger Lakes, New York

We have been working for years to bring the Wine Bloggers Conference to New York and are pleased to announce the 2015 event will take place August 13-16, in the town of Corning, Finger Lakes region, New York. Registration and the hotel room block are both open now. See below. We first had the Finger […]

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Day Two of the Santa Barbara County WBC

Day Two of the 2014 Wine Bloggers Conference included additional Breakout Sessions; Wine Discovery Sessions, and more Live Wine Blogging; lunch with the Santa Barbara County Vintners Association; the Panel of Professional Wine Writers; the Wines of the World tasting; the much anticipated announcement of the Wine Blog Awards winners and dinner with the Santa […]


2014 Wine Blog Awards Winners

The closing night of the Wine Bloggers Conference brings together many aspects of this yearly convergence of new media.  It marks the last gathering of all bloggers, together, for one final hurrah; the anticipated announcement of the next year’s conference location; the much anticipated announcement of the 2014 Wine Blog Awards winners.   ABOUT THE […]

Day One of the Santa Barbara County WBC

Yesterday was a packed first day of the 2014 Wine Bloggers Conference and we are only now getting a chance to review the day Wines of Portugal kicked things off with an amazing brunch. Held outside in a huge tent put up just for this occasion by the industrious and extremely welcoming Santa Ynez Valley […]

Grow Wild With Paso Robles Wine Country

The pre-conference excursions at the Wine Bloggers Conferences are a perfect kick off for folks looking to extend their wine country experience.  Typically an overnight affair, they encourage camaraderie and wine tourism through areas within reach of the host region.  This year’s pre-conference excursion, which filled up very quickly this year, takes intrepid wine travelers […]

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Saturday Breakout Session – the Business of Blogging

Kymberly Williams-Evans , MA and Alexandra Williams, MA, twins and authors of the  active aging blog Fun and Fit, are the queens of Healthy Aging For Boom Chicka Boomers. Leaders in turning a blog into a business, Alexandra and Kymberly will share their insights about creating an income stream based on your blogging. Monetization of […]


Taste Wine Tourism Throughout North America

- A Note from WBC14 Friday Evening Reception Sponsor, Touring and Tasting Magazine – If your fingers are tired from the endless blogging, wrap them instead around a glass of wine at the Wine Tourism Throughout North America Reception. The Friday evening event hosted by Touring & Tasting, will feature some of the country’s most […]

#WBC14 Social Media Blitz – Live Wine Blogging

  If you do attempt speed dating, avoid static, standardized conversations…To obtain more experiential information, try telling a joke. – Psychologist Ander van der Linden - Scientific American, March 1, 2012 In the modern world of online dating, information about a potential date takes hours, if not days, to mine through before the first introductory email […]