Business Tips: The Secret to Boosting Your Social Media Following in 2019 | Yahoo Finance Interview

Business Tips: The Secret to Boosting Your Social Media Following in 2019 | Yahoo Finance Interview

Awesome Tip: The Secret to Boosting Your Social Media Following in 2019 | Yahoo Finance Interview

In this video, Gary sits down with Yahoo Finance to do a Q&A on the current state of social media, business, and entrepreneurship in 2019.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the company’s 4 locations.

In addition to VaynerMedia, VaynerX also includes Gallery Media Group, which houses women’s lifestyle brand PureWow and men’s lifestyle brand ONE37pm. In addition to running VaynerMedia, Gary also serves as a partner in the athlete representation agency VaynerSports, cannabis-focused branding and marketing agency Green Street and restaurant reservations app Resy.

Gary is a board/advisory member of Ad Council and Pencils of Promise, and is a longtime Well Member of Charity:Water.

Gary is a highly sought after public speaker, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, as well as a prolific angel investor with early investments in companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, and Uber.

Gary is currently the subject of DailyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world, as well the host of The GaryVee Audio Experience, a top 100 global podcast, and host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show which can be found on both YouTube and Facebook.

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21 Replies to “Business Tips: The Secret to Boosting Your Social Media Following in 2019 | Yahoo Finance Interview”

  1. 22:32 "If you weren't selling lemonade and baseball cards, or pogs or burning CDs and flipping them in school. If you don't have sales DNA or operational DNA or it wasn't fun to play store when you were five, you didn't gravitate towards it naturally. You're gravitating towards it now because it's cool."

  2. Its 4:30 am in Colorado and its hilarious to me the lack of awareness and details Yahoo's Fiancee doesn't pick up after Gary's reply. Gary states he "wins in life and is a natural baller" because he's empathetic to his audience in which returns brings value to poeple. If you're able to observe, then you're able to pick up these signals from his face expression, to his tone of voice, and to body language. I interpreted his saying as empathy being the glass container to water. Time 5:15, you can see Gary's internal frustration of not being understood by the explanation he just gave above in the video. Gary moves his hand and brings them together before he reply's again. He "take a lil breather in between. This is not my Intention to be critical in a negative way. Just pointing out what is seen and showing my insights and perspective.I am very visual and observant person so I'm aware of all things around me in my radar. I can pick up many signals the normal eye may not pick up on a regular bases. I feel like I'm watching myself in bits throughout Gary's personality. It's all love and support from Ethiopia to Centennial Colorado and back to you. You should make a recap of Nipsey Hustle and how his brand will continue to culturally impact the world. Talk about how Legacy can be built and obtained due strength of empathy and love the consumers have for The Marathon. You know that hip pop rules the world rightt!? One of my favorite quote was said by Michael Obama when she attended Colorado for her book tour, "Becoming." She said, "its hard to hate up close" We'll have a chance to talk sometime in person when I'm ready, patience. Ik you're always ready. Thank you and much lloove_23(Thats my brand name, Instagram to etc…)

  3. By far the best interview of GaryVee I have ever seen to date. The well thought out questions were even more amazing to the point one doesn't realize 30 minutes have passed by. Gary is for sure genetically gifted to be who he is today no doubt about that and towards the end of the video, I almost felt as if I am watching this interview from 2080 and admiring this individual while wishing that I was born earlier. I have a funny feeling a lot of people will wish they were born in 2019 to live through the amazing journey of this man becoming transcendent.

  4. The major thing not being discussed in social today is talent. Everyone's dabbled and tried to become an influencer and grow their audience, whether it's a couple posts or tweets, but did they make it?

    Empathy is the secret to success on social, because its about connection. The secret is not doing what inflates your ego and makes you feel good.

    VaynerMedia won't go public because Gary is incapable of running a public company because of its focus on the next 90 days. As an executive and entrepreneur, he's a marathon runner, not a sprinter. And he wants the independence.

    "How do you build an online brand?"
    Gary: Easily. Produce content on the 7th, 25th places where people pay attention, and you produce it around things you know and you amass awareness.

    Gary claims he's got a talent for seeing the trends, what people are doing before it's mainstream. And the next thing is voice (e.g., Alexa, google home, apple pod). This is going to make brands even more important because of the lack of visuals. People are going to say a specific brand rather than let the Alexa or Google choose which one, e.g., Get me a "Smirnoff" Vodka instead of just Vodka.

    There are too many people claiming to be an entrepreneur right now, but 95% are going to fail. There's a huge difference between make a cool $136k/year vs billions and being a Mark Zuckerberg.

    If you're not a successful entrepreneur right now when it's easy to be one cause there's so much money in the system and the internet is at scale, you suck.

    This is the greatest generation of fake entrepreneurship we've ever seen. If someone claims to be a rapper, you can say "Cool, rap!" and you'd have to prove it on the spot. But with entrepreneurship, you don't have a way to show it or disprove it on the spot so people can get away with claiming it without any skills.

    Gary's message is directed at 15-25 year olds young men to stop revering watches, women, cash and cars, and instead respect patience, gratitude, empathy, and kindness.

  5. audit your behaviour and thought process. employ empathy from the micro to the macro. respond to every single post, tweet and response from the tribe you are building until you grow so big you have to delegate, and while you are doing all this… execute, execute, execute. git it Gary. Thanks…

  6. Hi Gary Omg i remember you now did you do a site called daily grape many years ago? Am i correct? I use to see the videos on daily grape. I really admired the passion with which the business was being run. At that time off course video and social media were not as robust as now. Your true inspiration for young entrepreneur s and your work shows the value of hustle which is inevitable for business owners. I hope I can get to atleast 10% of your level in my business hustling for it 🙂

  7. The title of the video was about social media following but I think the private versus public company dynamic was a pretty important take-away. Know yourself – he knows it just wouldn't work for him even though he could be throwing away a big payday.
    Got to respect that.

  8. We JUST did a video about the $1.80 Strategy! Bar none the best advice no matter what year we are in. Focus on other people and keep it real. Also, remember that this is WORK. Spending the time to do the research and actually add value takes time. Thanks for the constant inspiration.

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