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Gary Vaynerchuk CEO, VaynerMedia DIG SOUTH 2015 Interactive Conference

Here is a recent 2015 keynote by Gary Vaynerchuk the CEO of  VaynerMedia where he drops some of his famous quotes and shares his insight on growing a business in the world we live in.

Gary is big on Attention in his keynotes in 2015 and it’s very similar to what Grant Cardone has preached for years. You need attention before you sell or influence anyone. Gary gets a ton of attention because he actually executes.

If you pay attention to this video you will find a golden Facebook dark post tactic where Gary has turned WineLibrary into a Buzzfeed type content site and uses specific content with Facebook ads to hyper target people and sell over $18,000 of wine. As he points out 99% of you that read this and watch the keynote below won’t execute this strategy.

Also, content marketing with amplified PPC Management marketing is huge right now and getting great results.

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PCBC 2014 – Gary Vaynerchuk Keynote

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.
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Westchester Digital Summit: Gary Vaynerchuk Keynote 2014

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
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