Business Tips: YouTube Growth Strategies, Business Risks & VaynerMedia's New Office | #AskGaryVee Episode 220

Business Tips: YouTube Growth Strategies, Business Risks & VaynerMedia's New Office | #AskGaryVee Episode 220

Awesome Tip: YouTube Growth Strategies, Business Risks & VaynerMedia's New Office | #AskGaryVee Episode 220



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#QOTD: Do you think the weather is going to affect Gary’s moods?

#TIMESTAMPS:
3:27 – Being a brand new YouTube channel, what do you suggest people do in order to accumulate more subscribers and views? Anything absolutely necessary, or does it all just come down to patience?
7:56 – When you were at the beginning of your business (or any time of your business) how do you know how much risk is too much risk and when to pull back?
9:54 – Bringing in new accounts, do you recommend starting high and then going low or going low and then going high? Does it depend on the size of the account, small or large?
11:37 – When looking for a new job, do you think it’s a bad idea to give your boss a heads up before receiving job offers so they can prepare for your departure?
14:47 – In Kenya, everyone here has smart phones. What type of content driven online business would you advise to set up?

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Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M 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 $25M angel fund.

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43 Replies to “Business Tips: YouTube Growth Strategies, Business Risks & VaynerMedia's New Office | #AskGaryVee Episode 220”

  1. Hai Gary
    , Hope you are fine.

    I am from india. I saw many of your motivational video's and i get inspired. i dont know this is the right video to put this comment, if not kindly remove please.

    I created my channel one year ago for helping my student to clear his doubts about my classes. After uploaded the video's i just left my channelfor one year, but last day when i logged into my channel and i saw 600 viewers for my channel. so am really happy to saw that and started thinking of uploading more video tutorials to my channel, but i need advice and support from you guys. i dont know how to increase the subscribers, viewers to my channel. if any one subscribe my channel then i will subscribe you back ( this tip i got from one channel, please correct me if it is a wrong way)

    Please guys, kindly give advice and tips to grow my learning channel

    KIndly add me as your friend in youtube. please accept my invitation and help me to give advice to grow my channel.

    friendship invitation – https://youtu.be/addme/Azi1n8DAMxr67BMLkiUocLpZmcR6bQ

    my channel link – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChyI6MRVcMai02UNom9xkBQ

    ( Sorry for my Bad English)

  2. Risk as much as you’re willing to lose. Bet everything but what you need. Never take a risk that’ll put you out like borrowing more than you can pay back or diluting your equity.

  3. Content:
    Constantly continue to improve your content (you can’t just keep putting out the same content and expect your following to grow)
    Make content that’s relevant to what’s going on in the world

    Distribution:
    Keep hustling for your awareness (one way is through collaborations)
    Improve on your hashtag culture
    Could engage with people through forums and Facebook groups

  4. You have to be willing to lose every penny but the final one that you need to breathe! That's 100% Use Elon Musk for an example. Did he use his hundreds of millions to be conservative after the Zip2 and PayPal acquisitions? No. He went for his dreams and spread himself so thin, he'd be willing to move in with his wife's (at the time) parents if he had to. This is quoted in his book!!!! Cheers great episode. I've watched all 220 in a row!!

  5. I think the weather will effect the levels of the show if Gary keeps watching out the windows.

    Love the new office I would be looking out the window all the time to.

    Great show

  6. Hi Gary Im a new visitor, I just find your videos on facebook interesting , since I'm a college student 17 years old and I take Business course, I just want you to advice me how to motivate to get positive and to do my goals! Is it a bit rush for me to think of success? Since, I admit Im a introvert type of person, I want to be a Successful Business Woman someday but it sadden me that I get shy, and I start to change my perspective like I try to sell my things at any websites and share it to my friends but I dont know who will be my target generally Im confused, It makes me negative when some person doesnt try to buy the things I posted so I got dissapointed and I'm still thinking what more could I do to show my products? I dont know where should I start properly, and I think all I do is wrong, maybe? :(, I DONT GET IT WHY I AIM FOR THIS TYPE OF COURSE SINCE I CANT EVEN DO IT. I knew I can but my negative side bothers me, I think like this "What if they dont buy" , "Where would you like to sell it?". The learning I get from school is just full of textbooks I mean words that is not even demonstrated so I realize Its really different when you're going to do it. Its hard. I want to learn more from you. I know you could tell me straight what I should do right?.

    I hope you have time to notice this 🙂 It would be nice!
    sorry for my bad english*

  7. Take risks but never be at risk …Those people like me who put themselves t risk and put themselves out are totally financial illiteracy and it's a serious problem. I wish I knew this when I was younger but still I'm not "over" yet.

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