As a reporter for the Napa Valley Register, for 50 years, L. Pierce Carson chronicled the evolution of an obscure agricultural valley to a world-renowned wine producer. He told the stories of the people who were drawn to it, vintners, chefs and artists ...
In 2014, he sold the company to Argentine billionaire Alejandro Bulgheroni. "It just felt like time" to sell, Pope said. "It was either that go to the bank and borrow money to expand. I sold him a nice company with zero debt and great track record."
Twitter is becoming less effective for business. Yes it still dominates the 24 hour news cycle for celebrities and trends like #halloween, #worldseries, #blueivy etc. Not so much for business anymore. The company is shedding employees, the top management is in turmoil, and the “instant” factor that made their business is being taken over by services like Instagram and Snapchat.
So what are the alternatives for getting seen online?