Check out this new episode #17 of the Gary Vaynerchuk Ask Gary Vee YouTube Show where he answers the following questions.
#TIMESTAMPS 01:33 – If you could market on only one platform, which one would it be and why? 03:23 – As we go from concept to final product, what is the best way to empower our readers to spread the word? 05:52 – Whats your process for vetting clients – specifically Vaynermedia? 07:22 – How do you get away with dropping the F-Bomb? 09:32 – What was the hardest thing when starting Vaynermedia?
On this 16th episode of the Ask Gary Vee Show on YouTube Gary answers the following questions.
#TIMESTAMPS 0:26 – What do you think about the Apple Watch? 1:32 – Is the personal website going to continue to be relevant, or should I look into something like building an app? 3:08 – Do you set and track personal/business goals? 4:19 – What was the riskiest thing you’ve ever done in your career?
Gary thinks a personal website is must so you have your own “house” you control and how we are going to all become robots thanks to the trend in technology and things like the Apple iWatch.
In this 15th episode of the Ask Gary Vee YouTube Show Gary’s answers the following questions. The big question on this episode that really makes Gary think is the 80/20 rule or Pareto’s Principle but it’s clearly not in his DNA to only put out 20% of activity.
00:27 – What would you do if you were in your dad’s shoes and didn’t come to the US until you were 23+? 01:13 – You say you focus on top line versus bottom line, why? 02:44 – Do you believe in Pareto’s Principle? 04:31 – What have you gotten out of the #ASKGARYVEE show?
In this episode (14) of the Gary Vaynerchuk Youtube “Ask Gary Vee” show Gary answers the following questions. Also, he admits he will probably write more books than he will ever read.
I find this interesting because I’m the same way I don’t need to read a book I just follow executors and execute each day in every day life. For example, if you follow Gary Vaynerchuk on Twitter you can watch him execute his strategies and test what he thinks works or doesn’t work.
00:36 – What roles does internal culture play in the company’s success? Can you give 1 concrete tip on building that culture? 02:15 – Have you read any books changed your life in a very positive way? 03:50– What were the 3 most effective things you did to drive book sales? 06:16 – Do you see a parallel between Tennis and Business? 09-40: What situations do you find yourself most comfortable in?
#TIMESTAMPS 00:20 – What’s the fastest way someone can piss you off? 01:12 – How do I use Snapchat for a winery? 03:00 – How do we maintain our intimate customer experience with growth? 04:28 – What’s better for content? vlogging? or blogging? 05:53 – How do I present my consultant services to a potential client? 07:59 – How do you determine you are creating valuable content?
One of Gary Vaynerchuk’s predictions is Snapchat will be one of the top 3 apps by 2016 for people from 13-50 years old.
Gary Vaynerchuk is back from his two week vacation and ready to jump into more #askgaryvee Twitter questions while he was away.
Check out the questions Gary Vaynerchuk answers on episode 12 of the Ask Gary Vee Show on YouTube.
#TIMESTAMPS: 0:32 – As a freelancer, should you ever work for “exposure” only? 2:52 – Is it worth it to pay to promote your social content if it’s not getting enough engagement? 4:33 – What’s the last new skill your learned as a product of taking an interest in someone else’s passion, hobby, or job? 5:40 – When you’re in a funk, what do you do to get out of it? 9:00 – How do you deal with the “low” that comes after the huge high you get from doing events and conferences? 11:37 – What has your brother AJ learned from you and applied in business?
Grant Cardone shares key tips to help businesses establish a presence on-line via, blogs, videos, podcasts and more.
Grant begins the show sharing the following facts about digital media according to eMarketer: • Average time spent with digital media per day will surpass TV viewing time for the first time this year, according to eMarketer’s latest estimate of media consumption among US adults. • The average adult will spend over 5 hours per day online, on nonvoice mobile activities or with other digital media this year, compared to 4 hours and 31 minutes watching television. • Daily TV time will actually be down slightly this year, while digital media consumption will be up 15.8%. • The most significant growth area is on mobile. • Multitasking helps to contribute to the increase in the overall time people spend with media each day, 11 hours and 49 minutes in
Grant then explains that if you are a company advertising trying to gain attention you have to analyze what people are watching, where are they watching and how do you reach them. Where do you spend your money and when you do what do you spend it on. He offers the steps and thinking that he uses to best utilize digital media.
1) Write an article or blog on a chosen topic related to your industry. 2) Create a video discussing that topic for YouTube or Vimeo. 3) Host a Podcast or Radio/Web Stream discussing the topic. 4) Create a custom content e-mail and blast it to your network. 5) Repurpose & Repeat
Everything we do here is to be multi-purposed
Rules of the Game 1) Attention is the name of the game. 2) Obscurity cost money. 3) Be everywhere! 4) Drive interest and respond!
Ever wondered what’s the ROI of Social Media? Have a boss, a CMO, a CEO of a company still not buying into spending marketing budget on Social Media?
Gary Vaynerchuk hits the nail on the head with this one. Check out his slideshare that not only shows the ROI of Social Media but proves if you don’t understand each platform or how to use it the ROI will be nothing including on social media.
Introducing the new Vine camera, which lets you shoot, import, edit and share Vines — fast. Unlock advanced camera tools and the freedom to create Vines in any way you want. Plus, you can now import and share existing videos from your phone.
In today’s episode Gary Vaynerchuk examines one of his least favorite actions: complaining. He also talks about cute old ladies, Facebook’s organic reach, and why he’s so obnoxiously lucky to be living in America and doing what he’s doing.
He also answers the following questions on this episode:
#TIMESTAMPS: 01:25 – Do you ever complain? whats your attitude towards complaining? 03:25 – I’ve been doing a lot of jabbing, but I don’t feel like I’m hitting anything, any advice? 04:59 – How do I get the cute old lady who keeps calling my house to stop? 05:37 Is it better to update your social networks once a week with great content, or daily with poor content? 06:30 – How much of success is confidence, skill & luck? 08:27– Do you think Facebook is effective? even though it’s pay for play?
On this episode of the Ask Gary Vee YouTube Show watch Gary answer these questions and take the ALS Ice Bucket challenge!
Again Gary points out ideas are shit, execution is key. Think about it, why do you pay attention to Gary Vaynerchuk? BECAUSE he fucking executes! It’s the only reason the information he spits is valuable because it based on execution of multimillion dollar businesses.
#TIMESTAMPS 00:42 – What’s an area of life you haven’t given your fullest efforts? 02:16 – How does humor play a role in business…if at all? 03:37 – Is JJJRH coming out in audiobook form? 04:56 – (Part 1) What’s the hardest thing to deal with in the past 5 Years? How’d you get through it? 05:18 – Michaels Bucket Challenge 05:52 – (Part 2) What’s the hardest thing to deal with in the past 5 Years? How’d you get through it? 07:29 – How do you start with funding of a billion dollar business plan when you have no financial resources?