Business Tips: How to Grab More Attention For Your Business with Less $$$

Business Tips: How to Grab More Attention For Your Business with Less $$$

Awesome Tip: How to Grab More Attention For Your Business with Less $$$

The number one asset for any business, entrepreneur or personal brand is attention, Whatever you are trying to do, whether it is selling a product, offering a service, spreading a message, it can not be done without getting the attention of the audience. The great thing about the internet is now is attention is more widely available and requires less money to access than ever. This is why social media, especially LinkedIn and TikTok, are super important platforms for you to be on. The organic reach on those platforms is so high, that it really comes down to how good your creative is. Start thinking of the platforms like tv channels and put your “ads” on the popular shows that everyone is watching. It does not matter if the “show” is less popular next season, just strike when it is hot

0:00 Intro
5:32 Top 3 qualities of an entrepreneur in 2020
9:13 How has covid affected your business?
11:14 What are your recommendations to garner attention?
15:00 The biggest mistake on LinkedIn
17:26 Is TikTok a long-term investment or a quick platform to promote?
21:50 What do you look for when investing in a start-up?
25:25 Characteristics of a successful/scalable business (beyond the startup)
27:30 Is this a good time to start a business
30:00 Advice for entrepreneur
36:58 How do you manage hate and judgment
46:30 What was a challenge that helps you grow in life?
49:00 Where will the world be in 5 years (optimistic/pessimsitic)

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Gary is a venture capitalist, 5-time New York Times bestselling author, and an early investor in companies such as Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo and Uber. He is currently the subject of WeeklyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world. He is also the host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show online.

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25 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Grab More Attention For Your Business with Less $$$”

  1. I think the interviewer was very earnest and good hearted- but I feel like somehow he limited Gary's energy, passion and ideas. Here's why- his questions had certain presumptions and limits to them so I felt like Gary didn't get to freestyle and share freely what he would have wanted.

  2. Hi Gary and the young man on this video, I figure I was not really cut out for owning my own business, The content on this video help me to be 100% I most likely right because of the fact I use to work for business with 3,000 employ's I happen to be one of them. There touch decision to be made creating and business. I feel I lack on this part who would be best to hire when to them go so I retired in 2015 but enjoy the videos You Gary and The young man asking questions I do reach folks but not like on these videos more in typing . Thank You, Gary, you are 100% right your free information help more than a $2,000.00 course I bought some time ago but That actually how I learn you existed so I suppose I could say by me buying that costly course lead me to hearing about you. Thank You both great video.

  3. So I have to say Gary, when I first came across you a whole bunch of years ago now I thought you were really abrasive and demanded a level of hustle that I couldn't actually make myself achieve for very long without burning out. That was my impression and we're talking a good 8-10 years ago now.

    I was wrong, though, and its good seeing a little more nuance here now. When you were talking about how you sunk time into getting really good at wine, at the various medium of communication… it felt a lot like what I've been doing, in my way, and it gave me some hope here.

    In the process of being diagnosed with ADHD, it's making SO MUCH MORE SENSE of my life and where I've fallen down before. So really, thank you for being here, doing what you do, and today reaffirming to me that this is absolutely what I love doing and it only gets better from here.

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