#AskGaryVee Episode 188: Business Networking 101, Yelp Advertising & The #AskGaryVee Book

#AskGaryVee Episode 188: Business Networking 101, Yelp Advertising & The #AskGaryVee Book


#QOTD: What are you most nervous about?
#TASK OF THE DAY: Hit up 25 people saying you want to talk, chat, grab coffee, whatever.

#TIMESTAMPS
2:49 – How the hell did you handle content creation when VaynerMedia was only 5 people to begin with?
5:17 – Do you think using Yelp advertising for local photographers is worth the min 0-0 dollar a month investment?
9:26 – I’m coming to NY for a month in the fall purely to network. Where would you go to network if you were a NY novice?
15:36 – Do you have any pillars that you do every day to maintain consistency?
17:27 – What are you most worried/nervous about for #AskGaryVee Book launch?

#LINKS
SAVVY SEXY SOCIAL’S REVIEW OF THE BOOK
DAILYVEE 018
MY NEWEST ARTICLE


Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a M to a M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding VaynerRSE, a M angel fund.

The #AskGaryVee Show is Gary’s way of providing as much value value as possible by taking your questions about social media, entrepreneurship, startups, and family businesses and giving you his answers based on a lifetime of building successful, multi-million dollar companies.

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22 thoughts on “#AskGaryVee Episode 188: Business Networking 101, Yelp Advertising & The #AskGaryVee Book

  1. Please make a short version of this where he says “Twitter is so special.” I would tweet the crap out of it. For some reason there is a decline in buy-in on why Twitter is a great networking tool in and of itself.

  2. Nervous about nothing currently. And I believe another way of phrasing the Yelp convo. Asymmetrical risk vs reward.

  3. INSANELY solid advice on hitting people up on Twitter. I did that 3 years ago and it literally changed my life with the meetings I got out of that.

  4. #QOTD
    So far not many of my friends or family members know about my Makeup and Beauty YouTube Channel and other social medias. Right now i’m most nervous about telling them. I know you say to tell them and let them share it. To use them to market you but I want to make sure I have the talent for it first. Another thing I learned from you, If I have the talent enough that people want to watch me than my audience will grow. So far its been growing but not at the point where I want to tell them yet.

  5. Using your Twiitter reach out networking idea, I sent out 50 or so requests in my local area to see what responses I get. I’ll let you know how that pans out.

  6. right there with you Gary! In the morning, every morning, 15-25 mins, never in public places. 😛

  7. I know this is an old vid… I’ve built 90% of my clients with Twitter. tweeting and following them. thanks!

  8. I am MOST nervous about not living to see my children grow up (my mother passed when I was 12) a little dark but it’s truth…

  9. I knew there was a really good reason as to why I like Gary Vaynerchuck.

    I completely agree. I like pooping for long times. I dislike pooping in public. Pooping during the middle of the day, slows your WHOLE day.

    Spoken like a true wise man.

  10. @garyvee Thanks for the honesty with the 💩 + 📱! That’s exactly where I consume the #askgaryvee show! Everyday! Sometimes I get to consume 2 shows! 😏😮😉

    New t-shirt…
    @garyvee is #ProPrivatePoopingPlaces

  11. #QOTD: my wife has to leave the country for visa reasons and I don’t know when she will return. I’m nervous about how I will be once she is gone.

  12. I’m worried that i may actually not become successful or even obtain a decent career job.

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