#AskGaryVee Episode 80: Twitter Acquiring Periscope, Airports & Being Young
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#AskGaryVee Episode 80: Twitter Acquiring Periscope, Airports & Being Young

– On this episode I talk about Periscope, what’s my favorite airport, and how do I get over being young? (bouncy music) You ask questions and I answer them. This is The #AskGaryVee Show. Hey everybody,
this is Gary Vay-ner-chuk, and you’re listening and watching to The #AskGaryVee Show, episode 8-O. I’m gonna give a big shout out to my boy Wayne Chrebet, classic all time New York Jet. Hustler, you know, 11th
man on the depth chart, went all the way up to getting
his number retired last year. Wayne, big shout out, he wore number 80, this is episode number 80, let’s get into the show. – [Voiceover] Abby
asks, “As a 24 year old, “how can I turn a possible disadvantage “like being young, into an advantage “as a speaker and a coach?” – Abby, this is a great question, and first of all, we waited a long time to answer this right. She’s been posting this on
the Gram for awhile, India, I’m talking to you? – [India] Long time.
– Long time. So, first of all, really appreciate the hustle and the perseverance. Actually, let’s interrupt the show and tell you how you can ask a question on The #AskGaryVee Show. Hey, I’m Gary Vaynerchuk,
and you’re watching The #AskGaryVee Show. Tim, that’s a great question. Paul, that’s a great question. Matt, this is a great question. (light music) Abby, you know, it’s funny. I love your hustle and
perseverance so much, but I’m gonna zing and zang
a little bit on this answer because I am really tired of 21, 19, 22, 24 year olds wanting to be speaker and coaches about things that they are not able
to speak and coach about because they don’t have the experience. You’re right, it is a disadvantage. It’s very hard for me to want to listen, or pay you for business advice when you’ve never built a business. And by the way, you don’t have to be 24, you could be 39 and try
to sell business advice, when you’ve never sold a business. Now, that’s me making a
leap and an assumption that that’s what you want to talk about. If you want to talk about the perspective of a millennial on how to use social media because you are one, cool. If you want to talk about
the things you’ve learned, you know, in whatever genre. If you’ve been making
music since you were 13, and you’re 24, that’s an 11 year career, but the truth is you can only talk about, and demand and command
attention and respect around something you’ve
actually accomplished. Just saying that you’re
a coach and a speaker doesn’t mean you are one because
you just said you are one. You’ve got to earn the
credit to be able to do it. Now look, do I believe that you can be a football coach without playing football? Yes, but we’ve hit on this before. When you look at the
coaches that were coaches that, you know, didn’t play football, most of them played college football, maybe they didn’t get to the pros. Most of them, if they
didn’t play football, at least, at bare minimum, played high school football competitively, and then had a father normally who was a coach, or was
within the organization of a major sports franchise. I mean, you’ve got to put in the work, and so you know, the reason
there’s a disadvantage of being 24 and getting
people to listen to you is cause they’re right. Now, there’s anomalies, maybe you were 17 and you built a huge
business and sold it at 21. The age is not the variable, you know, I feel like I did a lot by 24. I could walk onto stage and say, “Hey guys, in the last 24 months, “since I was 22, and I took
over my dad’s business, “I’ve taken it in the last 24 months “from 3 to 15 million dollars. “Here’s how I did it.” That’s some credibility,
that’s some chops, but I couldn’t have at that point say, “Let me talk to you about HR as a leader.” Only 24 months of that experience, only so much value compared
to when I do it now of having two decades of doing it. So you know, it’s a
disadvantage for a purpose, right, for a reason. If you’re an anomaly, radical, but if you’re not, you need to respect that people are not idiots. – [Voiceover] Hans
asks, “What do you think “about the recent Twitter
acquisition of Periscope?” – Hans, this is a tremendous question. As we are filming this right now, so for everybody who’s listening, I’m gonna have DRock
show Staphon right now, who’s actually filming us and Meerkatting. Staphon, flip over the screen, show the camera, flip over your screen. Zoom in DRock, no, no,
flip, don’t look at you. Show the, there we go, thank you. Yeah, so you know, right now we are, we’re Meerkatting, I don’t
know if you know that, but that’s an actual animal,
you can go back to me. I think if I was Meerkat,
I’d be very concerned. You know, obviously we’re all
enjoying the Kat quite a bit, live streaming, phone to phone, peer to peer is clearly here, but if I was Meerkat, I would be concerned about this acquisition because clearly if it’s got the same functionality, which is what it’s rumored to have, I haven’t seen it yet, but
I will probably test it out this weekend if I get a chance, at South by Southwest. Oh, which reminds me, if you’re
goin’ to South by Southwest, please check out my talk, Saturday at three PM, Austin time. I think that I’d be concerned, and I think that I’m definitely gonna check it out because I should, and because it’s gonna be integrated probably natively into the Twitter app. So, it will be interesting
to see this play out if it’s gonna be a fast move by Twitter to integrate. We’ve seen this before, you know, I remember people saying, “Oh
Facebook’s doing check ins, “Foursquare’s dead.” And it didn’t happen because it wasn’t native to the product, but I do think this functionality clearly,
cause Meerkat’s built on top of Twitter, from the sign in, from the push outs, from the engagement, when people are commenting right now, it’s showing up on Twitter. This is deeply integrated into Twitter, and thus will be interesting
to watch what happens here. I absolutely plan on using it. I see a scenario where
this is really detrimental to Meerkat, I see a scenario where Twitter tries to see if both can survive. I don’t know, it’ll be
interesting to watch, but the acquisition has
definitely caught my attention. I’m paying very close attention, and I plan on testing out the product as soon as possible so I can make my judgements on differences. – [Voiceover] Samantha asks,
“How do your right hooks “differ for a free service
versus a paid one?” – When you’re throw the
right hook that’s free I get excited because
there’s less friction, and it feels like I’m gonna really be able to land that right hook. The problem is, there’s a
really funny thing about free. Free creates a scenario where people value it for what it’s been put out. It’s really interesting. I think that a lot of people who watch this show value it quite a bit. I think that the 10% left,
if I started charging four bucks an episode,
or two bucks an episode, the you know, actually you know what, that’s gonna be the question of the day. And I know this is a tough question, and by the way, I will
not be charging for this, so don’t worry, don’t hedge and say zero, I don’t have any plans on it. But if I was, what would you pay to watch an episode of
The #AskGaryVee Show? And yeah that’s the real question. And clearly, I expect most
of the comments to be zero, or no, because I respect that there’s so much content out
there, but I do believe that my content is better
than a substantial amount of content out there in the world. Especially when it talks about new platforms, business,
running businesses, leadership, entrepreneurship,
start up, tech culture. So, I do think that we’ll
see a surprising number, and I’m sure you’re
probably getting answers right now in Meerkat,
so Staphon, feel free to not shout it out, cause
I want to be surprised. But I do think that
it’s really funny to me to think about the 10% of
you that I would expect to pay for it that if you
were paying four bucks for it you’d actually value the show more. It’s really quite interesting psychology. So, how do I act differently? One, when I throw right
hooks, for example, when I tweet out later
today that episode 80 is up. You know, I expect to
land more than saying, “Episode 80 is up, pay
me three dollars Snapcash “if you want to watch it.” You know, I have a little less angst of the conversion because I know that there’s no friction financially, which is one, besides time,
finance is the friction. And so, I think it’s got a
totally different cadence, different expectation,
different pressure hold. I think it’s easier. – Hey Gary, answer my question. By the way, go Giants. – [Voiceover] Ryan asks,
“I work for a company “that makes animated explainer
videos for businesses. “Is Google pay per click the best option “for B to B companies like us?” – Ryan, great question. Really excited about baseball right now. I’d love to get your
comment in the sections about Brandon Belt, very much on my radar to draft this year on fantasy baseball. Hopefully nobody in the Vayner 20 man fantasy baseball league
is listening or watching, but I know Bobby Glen watches. So, I’m a little upset
now that he has optics into what I’m doing, though I could be throwing him a curve ball. Listen, Google pay per
click is tremendous, but I also think that Linkedin ads have tremendous upside for you. Also, Linkedin creative,
meaning putting out blog posts on Linkedin, and then having a call to action at the bottom I think could actually
work for you quite a bit cause the B to B mentality within Linkedin is so over the top, it’s
the context of the room. So, I’m a big fan of putting out content now that everybody can blog on Linkedin, and then maybe use that content on your email newsletter, on your website, on other places where you have a little bit of a base to
create some awareness around it. I’m a big fan of that. I actually think you can get stunningly, stunning Hail Mary upside on both Pinterest and Instagram. I think Pinterest’s ad product that we’ll probably see roll out this year has a chance to really matter for you if you’re actually targeting people in a business world that
could actually buy this, but yeah I would say Google, I would say content. I would say go and reach
out to any B to B platforms. Podcasts, some blogs that
speak to the audience that you’re trying to reach and see if your CEO or creative
director can be a guest contributor, or interviewed on there because that exposure I think actually can convert for you,
maybe not at the scale that you can get from a PPC Google world. I also think you can target people by their office, you
know by where they work on Facebook dark posts
that I think you could get some really great results there. Especially if you upload
some of the native videos that you actually create
in native Facebook form, I think you can actually get
some interesting results there. So, do I think Google PPC
still wins the day for you? I think it’s clearly gonna
be one of the three winners. I think Facebook dark posts,
and I think Linkedin ads supported by Linkedin creative play and can compete at that level. So, that’s where I would focus. – [Voiceover] CJ asks, “What’s
your favorite airport?” – CJ, this is a great question. My favorite airports are
always like small ones like in Des Moines, or like,
you know, which I’ve been to. Or you know, where is that,
you know, South something. Somewhere in Greenville, South Carolina. You know, Montana, some
of the places I’ve done, Arkansas, some of the stuff I’ve done, Chattanooga, Tennessee. You know, the airports you walk in, oh when we had Green Mountain Coffee as a client, the Vermont airport. I mean, you know, the airports that you could literally roll up to and be at your gate within,
I don’t know, four minutes, with no pre-check. You know, I like those places. I also clearly feel very, I mean, Newark, JFK, and Laguardia have, and in some weird way
SFO, I know everything about LAX, SFO, LGA, JFK, and Newark. I know those airports, I
probably know the nuances of those airports better than I know the office of VaynerMedia. They’ve become my home. Big shout out to Johnny at LGA. I mean, these people
have become my friends. It’s really quite sad,
like I almost feel like they’re breaking TSA rules,
like they don’t even need to check my ID, they’re like, “Hey Gary.” I’m like, “Hey.” You know, like it’s, you know, so I, the really sad
answer to this question, the actual real authentic
sad answer to this question is all of them. The coziness that I feel at an airport is disturbing at best. That’s it. – [India] Yeah, that’s everything. – Cool, let’s do one more added question. I know there’s a delay,
but we’ll sit here and jam. Let’s film Staphon, actually let this all
roll DRock, no editing. We’re gonna ask a Meerkat question. Staphon, as soon as you
see one that you like, cause I know there’s a delay,
so they’ll pop up in a second. Pop, poppin’ away. And you can just ask one. So, there’s no awkward
silence, you can look at me and I can just talk
about something random. Darrelle Revis (laughs). So goddamn happy. So, South by Southwest,
my seventh or eighth year, heading down in a couple of hours. Hopefully, you know,
please hit me up on Twitter if you’re down there, I’m trying
to do some random meet ups. And definitely come and check out my talk, I will stick around after
and like selfie it up. Got anything? – [Staphon] Somebody
asks, “What does it take “to work at VaynerMedia?” – What does it take to
work at VaynerMedia? That’s a good question, thanks Meerkat. – [DRock] Who was it? – He doesn’t know. That’s why he said
somebody, or you got it? It scrolls. – [Staphon] Yeah, at, Jesus Christ, now everybody’s asking. – Yeah, it’s over, sorry
if you asked this question. No IP love. You know, I think it takes
a million different things depending on what the job is. It’s about the right job
for the right person. So, the answer is, anybody
probably could work at Vayner at some level, they just have to have self awareness if
they are a project manager, or a creative director,
account sup., a CM, but it definitely takes, I think the more interesting question is: What does it take to win at VaynerMedia? Right, so like getting
in, like we’ve had plenty of winners and losers get in. How to win here I think is a fine balance of one, having empathy and self awareness, and respecting the others around you. Having patience, I think a lot of people lose within the first six,
12, 18 months at Vayner because they’re just not
playing the long game, and they either want a
raise, or a promotion, or have the audacity of
like thinking they’re better than they are, but while equally, this is back to pulling
in both directions, I want that bravado and confidence, and all those things. So, I think it’s about making networks, having relationships,
having self awareness, having patience, over communication. You know, like what if this
machine is doing bad by you, I respect that. We’re not perfect. I want to be there for
you, so are you speaking to Minnie in HR, or me,
or AJ, or your leaders within your organization, or
at least 30 to 50 people here that have been here for
a year to three years that are really the foundation
of the ethos of the company. So you know, I think there’s
a lot of different things that it takes, but it
definitely takes hard work, it definitely takes smarts, but what trumps status, it takes heart. – [India] I found who asked the question. – You did, India? – [India] Laz Alberto. – Laz Alberto, cool, great job. – [India] Yay Laz. – Hey Laz, oh great you searched, yeah. Great job India, I’m proud of you. You keep asking questions,
India will keep finding them. (laughing) By the way, do you see my new pants? These are nice new pants. Do you like them? They’re kinda like, they’re
not really burgundy. – [Staphon] They’re like a burnt orange. – Yeah, like a burnt, well
they’re not orange, Staphon. – We already have like. – [DRock] They’re maroon. – Yeah, they’re maroon, but like, like they’re like, I don’t know, anyway. I mean, and the fact that
the Meerkat caught it, please tweet out that
DRock (bleeps) it up. Actually, I’m pissed it
wasn’t part of the show, cause that would’ve got him mad, but I would’ve loved the real shit. Alright. (mumbling) Some a month, some per episode. I wonder, no just kidding, alright. Give me that. Let’s reverse, hey guys. Confidence is key, cockiness is the lock that can open any door, or the difference. Hey everybody, how are you? Laz said hey to India, that’s nice. – [India] Hey Laz. – Hey Laz. They’re not chatting anymore? “Where’s the question,”
oh I didn’t do a question, yeah I did a question of the
day in the episode, yeah. “Hey, hey, hey, DRock is awesome.” This is crap. DRock, what do you think? Tim said that. – [DRock] Thank you Tim, I appreciate you. – “Hey India, from India. I’m hustling in Russia, (mumbles).” “Hey India from India,”
I gotta figure that out. Jace from Puerto Rico, love it. There was a question of the day guys, it was intermingled, you didn’t watch? “This is nuts, thanks for
the show,” you got it. “Great show, thank you,”
the beard is coming in. Right, you guys didn’t know I could grow a beard like this, huh. – [Voiceover] No, I have
a video where you had it. – Oh right, the playoff
beard, yeah, it grows in. “Good day,” very nice. The beard, I am preparing
for Ryan Fitzpatrick, my new quarterback. “Like you Sonic reference
a few shows,” it chops off. “Team pizza or team burrito?” Neither, Muscle Mike wouldn’t let me eat, like eating either. “Do you think Meerkat
could do a dating version?” It chops off, yeah, the answer’s yes. I’m sure there’s plenty
of interest (mumbles). – [DRock] Do you have your WiFi on? – What’s up? I have my WiFi on. “Love that we caught
it live, epic episode.” Thank you Richard. “Do you feel Meerkat is
starting to explode?” Jayden, I think it’s
clearly gaining traction. It’s still nerded out,
when you get the first couple big celebrities to do it, and we have like, you know I’m pumped that 517 of you want to jump in here, but like when there’s 14… When you get one of these
GrapeStory celebrities that has like 44,000 on cause
it’s all teenage girl culture. You know, it’ll be interesting. “Why don’t you watch your own videos? “Ego or time?” John, you know time. I don’t know if ego. I don’t know if I’m trying to
be like cooler than myself. Is this a battle between me and myself? (laughing) I don’t watch my own videos because I know what I fuckin’ did. Like, I watched it already. Rosie, “Thanks for the beard love.” Thank you. A lot of people asking me
not to get rid of the beard. It’s really, what do you think India? You don’t like the beard,
or you like the beard? – [India] I like it. – Is that like a weird question? Did I put you in a weird spot there? – [India] Maybe, that’s fine. – I’m sorry about that. (laughing) “The new Ustream Q and A?” Yeah Luke, this definitely
has the potential to do. So Luke has been with me for a long time. We used to do Ustream Q
and A’s like it was our job back in like ’07, ’08, ’09. So, this is super fun. “What’s your favorite red wine right now?” Rosie, there’s a Malbec that Wine Library is going to offer in two weeks. If you go to WineLibrary.com right now, we have a new popup that can sign you up for the email list, you should sign up because in two Wednesdays
one of my favorite wines of all time for $30, $40
is this Argentinian Malbec that blew me away and we’re gonna do it for 19.99 by the case,
or maybe even by the bottle, Brandon’s debating
that, but blows me away. “Social beards,” yeah I’ve
been seeing him hit me up. What are social beards? What is joining social beards? (mumbles) I’ve seen him hit me up on that. Does that mean he wants me to follow them? – [India] There’s a social
beard network called Bristlr. – I don’t know how long I’m gonna. I feel like I’m not gonna keep the beard, I’m gonna do like a weird. I think I’m gonna do
like, I’m gonna do yeah, I’m gonna do a whole handlebars thing. – [Staphon] Oh please do it. – You want me to do it. I think I’m gonna do it. I think I’m gonna go. I did it once on a Spanish wine trip for 17 days, when I came home
Lizzie like lost her mind. Like we were just together
for like two years, she opened the door, she’s like, I hadn’t seen her for 17, the
longest time we were apart, and you know, early love, you know. Opens the door and she’s like (screams). It was awesome. I might just keep the under, like I might just shave everything
here and just keep this. Yeah. You want the handles. Sapola, you can do,
what can you do for me? Sapola, here’s something
you can do for me. I want all 535 people who
are watching this right now to go on Stitcher or ITunes
and follow the podcast and leave a review to the podcast. I need that umph because I’m trying to, you know for me, when
you’re putting out content, people discovering your
content is so important. So, you guys as a community getting, you know, Twitter’s gotten so noisy that you know people
giving me love on Twitter is nice, but blog posts
or podcast reviews, or Instagram is huge,
like taking a screenshot of this right, oh you know
what would be awesome? Actually, this is a fun social. Here’s a right hook and a fuckin’ half. Taking a screenshot of this right now. So, I’m actually gonna
wait a second and be like. No, I’m not, taking a
screenshot of this right now, and then putting out an Instaphoto and giving me some love, that would be, that is like a hardcore right hook ask, but would be a big deal for me because really I’m obsessed with… When you’re putting out content, you’re looking for distribution. I believe that humans and your fans are the biggest distribution. I believe that my fans over index with giving me love on Twitter. I believe the attention graph
on Twitter is getting hurt. So, I need to siphon that into the places that matter to me right now which is Stitcher, and you know, and iTunes for the podcast,
because I want to build up the podcast a little bit. It’s definitely Instagram. So, that would really, really,
really mean a lot to me. Screenshot of this, and then my handle @GaryVee on Instagram, and you know just a like
right hook to the community. Listen, I feel like it’s a big right hook, you don’t have to do it, but
that would be a huge deal. I would be really, really happy. “DRock fucked up,” Chris. Chris is an Olympian. – [DRock] Yeah. – Yeah, he’s fuckin’ awesome. (mumbles) “It would be really badass “if you reviewed my podcast: “Where to hunt Wisconsin podcast.” That’s awesome. (mumbles) I don’t want to bullshit you, I’m barely catching up with my email, so the chances of me actually listening to the podcast and then
being able to review it, because I would never
review it without watching. I feel that’s not
authentic, in the same way I would never want anybody
here to take a screenshot and post in on their
Insta, or leave a review if they don’t comfortable so. “Pro tip for South by.” Daniel, don’t get caught up
in too many scheduling things. The serendipity has all the action. Serendipity has all the action. Rosie, thanks for screenshot. “Who’s your favorite YouTuber and why?” Again, I don’t consume, I put out content, I don’t consume it, I
consume your content. In the time that most
of you, it’s not a dis, most of everybody would
spend maybe these 10 minutes maybe watching something they like or listening to something, or reading. Like things that I think I
could’ve seen myself doing if I didn’t go rogue,
like reading Grantland for 10 minutes right
now, or you know like. What I’m doing is I’d rather give back to my community right now,
and jam with you guys, right. So, my consumption has been converted into my interaction. Yeah, there it is, that’s what it is. My consumption is my interaction. You know, you got it? – [India] I gotta right that out. – Yeah, my consumption, like
why I don’t consume media it’s because all those extra minutes are going into answering people, and you know what’s,
I want to go hardcore. Let’s take a bunch of the,
like I don’t think people recognize how much email I get of like life story, and
then I have to read it, and then respond, and we’ll X
out people’s names and such, and then we’ll use the generic ones like, “Hey, like how do I crush it?” You know, but like, you know like. Yeah, you know that’s what it is. My, that’s my consumption. So, I don’t consume anything. “Do you still lift?” Hell yeah. Like it’s startin’ to happen for me. But I’m gonna wait, I’m
gonna wait another year. When it’s, I mean, I finally like have something here, it’s crazy. “Instagram’s easy ask, consider it done.” Thank you so much the life of Nadia. I love that, thank you so much. Actually, you know what, what? Jason from China. – [India] You got a really funny email from Jason from China. Oh yeah. – [India] He lost a lot of weight. – [Staphon] He lost a lot of weight. – [India] He just wanted
you to know, I guess. – That’s awesome, I
need to check that out. “When are you gonna hit
up Bayway Liquor next?” Bayway, that’s so funny, I’ve known the people that own that
store my whole life. Like, do you think I own Bayway Liquors? Cause I don’t, but Wine
Libary’s 15 minutes from Bayway, and I love those guys. I hope they’re doin’ well. “Instagram pic added, and tagged.” You know what I’m gonna do? “I’m missing class for this.” That’s the best investment
you’ve ever made. Here’s my right hook. Holy crap he lost a ton of weight! – [India] Yeah. – Good for him, he looks great. – [India] Yeah. – Shit. See, this is what pisses me off. I lost 20 pounds and nobody even knows. – [India] Everyone knows. – Alright, alright (mumbles). Thank you for delivering,
alright, I gotta get out of here. Romy, you waiting for me? Alright, I gotta get Romy,
she’s been waiting forever. See ya!


  • Jarred Mejorar Costa Rica

    just learning about you and stepping back into marketing after 20 years away…so not much yet…maybe on a monthly subscription of +/- $5/month  if had to pick and choose, $1/ep


    Mannnn, I just LOVVVVE LOVVVVVE  LOVVVVE … the "after show chatter" of this video!!!! As great as the actuaI shows always are, I was REALLLY into THAT. It revealed more of "YOU". Thanks VB

  • Crystal T

    Gary, having watched some of your older stuff and regularly consuming your newest product, it's obvious you've lost weight! Everyone who's watched you over time can tell. You also have more muscle. Awesome!

  • Roberto Blake

    #QOTD I would pay $1.99-2.99 per episode because that is the going rate in Amazon and iTunes for a show between 15min to 22mins. I do value the show and I don't buy shows but I'd buy this one. In fact if you put out a DVD collection for the Ask Gary Vee Show for the first 100 Episodes I will buy that. I think most of the #VaynerNation would.

    In fact @Gary Vaynerchuk I would even design the DVD packaging for free just to be a part of it (Right Hook)! Let's get the Ask Gary Vee DVD Boxset out just in time for Christmas! LOL. (I'm not even kidding).

  • Roberto Blake

    26:10 I noticed, I can't remember which video but I commented on the fact you've been clearly working out and getting pumped! I'm about to get back into my old Cross Country condition and crush some 5 mile runs!

  • David Preston

    That 15min + outro made for my favourite episode yet. Meerkat should show you some love after plugging it for that long, I had no idea about the app until a few episodes ago and now I genuinely want to find out more. #QOTD  Its so hard to answer because I would feel offended if you asked me to pay because of your reputation, but IF I had to, I'd say $2 / episode. 

  • Cliff Roth

    #qotd   for each episode? I wouldn't. For a collection of them? Really depends on the collection size. I think this would do well on Patreon. Still free but those who want to pay could. 

  • Paull Murray

    AskGaryVee is a jab, ready to pay for a right hook. Kudos to being in the top 5 people most mentioned by CMO's according to MarketingProfs. http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2015/27262/how-marketing-executives-use-twitter-top-content-sources-most-retweeted-handles?adref=nlt031715

  • Scott de Fasselle

    Before buying an episode of AskGaryVee, I'd check out the show notes on what questions were asked; based on that I'd make the decision of whether or not to buy the video. I'd pay about $2 or $3 per episode or just buy the entire series pass.

  • raykarpuska

    I would not pay for this show, but if you could offer this as a training style or at least make it look like it,   then i would pay around 50-100$ / month

  • April Roberts

    I'm not going to pay to watch #AskGaryVee  Show….that's not because I don't think its worth it…I'm just broke right now and trying to get all the free info I can!!! Anyway..Abby, go check out Marie Forleo…her story is your story.

  • Donya Morgan

    I would not want to pay per episode but rather have a monthly subscription. I would pay $30/ month with access to all #askgaryvee  video content.

  • Mitchell Graves

    Those last Meerkat minutes were great.  Had a lot of great content in there about Gary's philosophy's.  Watching him react in real time gave me a good look at how he thinks – how a REAL entrepreneur thinks.

  • Ian Fields

    QOTD: Somewhere between $0.59 – $0.69 per episode. With buying it I would feel more obligated to watch/listen to old episodes repeatedly

  • Irina Jordan

    #QOTD: I would pay in the $49 to $99 range for a season pass not per episode – just a flat fee per year regardless of the number of episodes.

  • Tyler Carlson

    Another great episode. I would pay 99 cents per episode IF it was at least 20 minutes. And I really loved the meerkat ending!

  • The Portrait Dude

    QOTD: If you bundled it into a season type situation I'd pay probably $0.99 per episode.  It's worth way more and would be worth me sacrificing my Sweet tea for the day 🙂

  • Peter Huryk

    Just started listening to Gary's stuff last week.  This weekend I watched Episodes 1-26 of #AskGaryVee. I should finish up the others in the next few days.  I've already gotten a ton out of what I've heard.  Found him by a weird trail of: Behind the Brand>Tim Ferriss Show>Chase Jarvis Live.  

  • Peter Gregg

    #QOTD  Gut said 0 – if only because I know how you are and how much you love educating and giving and charging seems counter intuitive to how you have built so much of your fanatical following.

    However, if you decided that you needed to….. $0.99 an episode maybe – season pass [a year] for $9.99

  • Francisco Moro

    Everything that has value could pontecially be monetized I think. And this have tons of value for me… So I don't know how much, but sure I would spend.

  • Chad Solberg

    … just me… doing my milti-friggin-times-a-day reconnoitering of your channel… looking for stuff I haven't watched or listened to.

  • Randy Ross

    i'd pay $.99/episode I think I reasoned myself into..As long as its a full episode of the #askgaryvee show. If it's a longer episode I'd up  it or subscribe to a monthly charge.

  • Andrew Foley

    Awesome episode Gary. I love the super raw, behind the scenes footage. I saw you jamming with Ben Rubin and signed up straight away. Still getting a feel for the app but it looks good and more importantly it has huge potential. Haven't found too many people putting out high quality/value content yet. Would have loved to have been involved in this ep 80 of the #AGV show.

    "Serendipidy has all the action" really struck a cord with me. So many of my most valuable encounter have been serendipitous. 

    QOTD: I'd pay a monthly/weekly subscription but a per episode basis is too unpredictable and while I would certainly pay this way, honestly, I'd drop out pretty quick I reckon. Paying for it would certainly make me action more of what you say. It's an interesting play. 

  • Jake Olson

    No offense, but I wouldn't pay to watch the show.  Don't know why, but I just know I wouldn't – there are so many great shows out there for free that I don't watch – (on the sidebar here is Chase Jarvis Live – Haven't watched that show in over a year, how about This is Your Life, or Pat Flynn's show.  Right now I'm watching your show instead of theirs while I work – but if it were a paid show, I wouldn't be here.  That much I know – even though I know that paid content leads to better execution on my part.

  • Myagent Call Journal

    How do your thoughts on "don't coach until you've accomplished" match up with "put the content out there immediately" ( https://medium.com/the-entrepreneurs-journey/are-experts-the-only-people-who-should-put-out-content-bdf2ec5dc35d)? I think I get that there are some nuanced differences between your two messages, but there's also room for confusion here – your POV on this would be helpful. Thanks!

  • Marketing Artfully

    If I was going to pay for an episode I would be much more critical to see if I thought the content would be on track with my goals and world view. I have gotten knowledge and information from Gary about a range of ideas and concepts that I would not if I had to pay because I would be filtering out episodes that I thought were not relevant. I would pay $5 an episode if I thought it would be relevant. 

  • Jay Scott

    #QOTD – I'm one of those guys that thinks it's hard to go from free to paid content – if it's the exact same content. That being said each of these episodes is in actuality invaluable. Or in other words worth $2.99/episode. 😉

  • Chiggy

    Im a Business studies student at college in the UK so it's good to get your viewpoint on business from the inside rather than from an academic textbook.

    As far as pricing goes, I would only pay if it was absoluty beneficial to my studies between 50c to $1 for an episode if I wanted to watch it or maybe sign up to some sort of monthly subscription charged at $4.99 a month roughly.

  • Michael J.

    Long time fan here catching up. Happy I'm playing catch up before you start charging!? Launch a patreon for business advice and let us pay what we want – I will pay you 1% of my earnings.

  • Claire Kolheim

    @Gary Vaynerchuk = Your show is at least $100.  Why?  Because the value of your perspective and the weight of the information you provide, is more than what I received in college (for both my bachelor and master degrees)!

  • Rodrigo Amado

    As I already know the content I could say from 1,99 to 3,99 depending on the duration and which will be the questions answered. So it begins to have some parameters for me as a viewer but even if they were all 3,99 or 4,99 would be worth it.

  • Yari Pujols

    #QOTD I would probably stop watching and if I did pay maybe 1.99 per show I would be taking notes or making sure I remember everything!

  • Austin Mullins

    $10 a month if there was a forum as well. Could be a killer networking tool, only those of us that are fairly serious.

    ALSO: Mentioning that you had GMCR as a client = I'm impressed. Called that as a good long-term stock play a while back.

  • Clinton Lu

    I would pay about 3-4 dollars but that is because I now know the value but if I found the show yesterday I don't know if I would be willing to pay that much.

  • Kate Vontaine

    I would totally pay in the $2 to $4 range especially because I think a lot of users would drop off and then there would be more of a chance you would answer my question.

  • Brenda Amaral

    I'd be more likely to pay a monthly fee, 20-30 bucks. Eventually as I apply all of this advice and start making more, I'd pay more….

  • Robin Norgren

    Funny my sister has that same feeling about airports.  She travels all over the world and she LOVES everything about it: delays, layovers, has slept in the airport from time to time.  And she is single so it's not about getting away from her kids lol

  • Robin Norgren

    Definitely built #vaynernation loyalty in me.  I am part of an art journaling coop with high quality teachers and I have had the opportunity to fall in love with a lot of them individually and I pay $24.95 a month to be a part. similarly, I would be willing to do the same I mean SERIOUSLY my business is improving MORE IN THE LAST 2 WEEKS than it has in my having to figure things out in my spare moments of hustle

  • Cash Boysen

    $4.99 Monthly Subscription. $0 per episode, and the reasoning behind that is that i have never paid for any business advice online from someone. See if you did 50 Episodes for free and then started charging. Maybe every once in a while $1 per episode. But i would easily no hesitation pay $5 for a monthly subscription. But i would expect 8-10 episodes a month.

  • Brian Karow

    $5/month seems reasonable by comparison to TV fees, where you're paying a MASSIVE percentage of your fee on ABC, ESPN, TNT and pretty much all the sports and live shows.

    Anyone else hear rumors about being able to pay for specific TV channels?

  • Thrifted In Pa

    how much would i pay per @askGaryVee episode probably $1-2 but only on episodes that pertained to me an artists, i'd read the description or title first, but loving the content, i'v watched/listened to the current episode down to this one so far

  • Elizabeth McCreight

    ❤️ Des Moines, it's my hometown, glad you like the airport 😊
    I would pay for your show on a monthly subscription basis, probably less than $10 a month but I wouldn't pay per episode
    Watching the behind the scenes meerkat action made me want to jump in, maybe in the future

  • Matt Murley

    #QOTD: I don't think I could/would pay on a per-episode basis. I would be most comfortable with a for-life payment, but also good with paying annually or monthly.

  • Jason Greenwood

    #askgaryvee #Qotd: I would pay a flat subscription fee of around usd$5/mo for access to all your content across platforms. Not because it's not worth more but it's about how much I could consume once I get caught up on all that's out there. But I bought all your books so I feel like that was the 'buy' of content up to now.

  • dani.SH.dreamz

    Hello Gary!
    Great episode! Thanks for sharing!
    To be honest, i cannot think of a certain amount. Not if, but WHEN that moment will come, depending on the price, i'll think about it.
    You're doing a tremendous job, and i believe that those who benefit from it will not turn their backs when the right hook comes!

  • SwedishGamer322

    QOTD: Hey Gary, sorry to disappoiint but honestly I'd pay 10 bucks per episode or up to 50 bucks per month cause this is really quality content

  • Jipsy Noriega

    I am so behind on these episodes but I thought I'd start to answer questions anyway, doesn't hurt. I would pay $3 per episode which would need to be no shorter than 20 mins long 😀

  • Alexei Vernyi

    QOTD: If your show was on a monthly subscription service, I would pay probably pay $3-5. Plus, DailyVee is super high quality content too (if we're talking about the whole channel).

  • Design By Mariska

    I am with your wive… on the beard. Got to go. I would subscribe and pay a monthly fee as i feel i am getting a lot out of the shows. Already bought your online course so would do it in a heartbeat.

  • Craig O'Sullivan

    QOTD I'd pay $100/year subscription. But that's not even remotely fair to the value you give. P.s. You look so much better clean shaven.

  • Klarque Garrison

    Great 80th show @garyVee….oh and I'd certainly pay $5-10 monthly fee to have access just to the #askgaryveeshow, BUT thanks for not charging! You Rock! 😮 #the50yroldman

  • Artof JoseVega

    QOTD Answer – Yeah I think I would pay if it was like a monthly payment with maybe 1 chance to ask.answer one of my questions for sure.

  • Raivis Menesis

    #QOTB: With no thoughts would easy pay 2gbp would pay up to 5gbp but only for couple videos that I think would be really beneficial for me.

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