Check out the latest video by Grant Cardone and Jarod Glandt from the Young Hustlers show talk about how to use YouTube to Grow Your Business.
Their #1 source of traffic, attention, and the way they have attracted more people online has been from YouTube.
Grant discusses the different types of categories of content a business must satisfy which include Promotional, Educational, Entertainment, Instructional, Motivational
Celebrities, notable people and businesses mentioned in this episode include: Justin Bieber, Orlando Bloom, Tom Hopkins, Jeffrey Gitomer, Gary Vaynerchuck, Whatever it Takes Digital Network
Also, be sure to subscribe to their channel @grantcardone
Check out Gary’s first episode here and be sure to use #askgaryvee on Twitter if you have a question for gary as well that is business, social media, or wine related. Also, check out how Gary Vaynerchuk uses Twitter and Youtube analyzed by VideoFruit.
Some key points from Gary Vaynerchuk’s Keynote from this video
- Facebook Dark Posts is one of the top ROI ad formats currently since Google Adwords
- Pinterest will be one of the top sources for selling products because of the intent to buy its Window Shopping 3.0
- Market in the world we live in… Follow the attention and where the eyeballs are
- It doesn’t matter what you do, its what your customers do and where they are.
New York Times bestselling author and Forbes.com number one global authority on social media Gary Vaynerchuk gives the keynote speech at IMUK14 on 8th July 2014 in Liverpool’s Rum Warehouse.
Gary Vaynerchuk leads delegates through the importance of providing value to your industry in every piece of marketing you undertake, why people value their time almost as much as their money, and the importance of marketing for the year in which we live…
Gary Vaynerchuk, New York Times best-selling author and global authority on social media, addresses delegates at Inbound Marketing UK 2014 (IMUK14) about the importance of using Facebook dark posts in your marketing strategy.
He then asks the marketing crowd that is watching him how many people have used a Facebook Dark Post and only 1 person in an advanced marketing crowd of at least 100 people or more have used a Facebook Dark Post.
It proves time and time again people like to talk about ideas but they don’t execute. Most people will be a talking head but not a practitioner.
Here are a few videos on how you create a Facebook Dark Post.
Check out this video of Gary Vaynerchuk’s Keynote at NERVE2014 General Session Thursday Morning June 12th in Philadelphia.
Yes, it’s an hour long but like most of Gary Vaynerchuk’s keynotes it’s worth every minute.
Having watched Gary speak in person and always listening to his new nuggets of information, set ups to stories, and his gut feeling on business, sales, and social media I have to say his set up on Facebook’s dark posts at about 33 minutes in is money.
Check out this Gary Vaynerchuk video where he discusses work life balance, social media, and his favorite street fighter character.
One of Gary’s tips is for every company to become a media agency and put out content and articles and then hit people with a sales pitch or an ad. Give extreme value first before asking for the business.
Check out this Q&A Gary Vaynerchuk had with Contently where he gives is advice on how social media is effecting business.
Gary also shares his social media case study of Nabisco’s Nilla Vanilla Wafers brand that was up 9% for the year by only using a social & content marketing strategy on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
Watch Gary Vaynerchuk’s 2014 keynote at the Westchester Digital Summit where he talks about marketing in the day and age we live in and how people are slow to adopt to changes and innovation.
Some of the key points Gary Vaynerchuk brings up:
- People are annoyed when they get phone calls because they value their time
- Businesses get romantic with old ways or stay naive and don’t adopt fast enough to change and technological innovations
- If you want to win in business you need to market in the age we live in. Market like its 2014 vs. 2002