Business Tips: CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS | DailyVee 220

Business Tips: CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS | DailyVee 220

Awesome Tip: CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS | DailyVee 220


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23 Replies to “Business Tips: CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS | DailyVee 220”

  1. The subjectivity thing is SO TRUE.

    I publish a vid every day, and the results always surprise me.

    Stuff I really think will work get low-average views and feedback. Stuff I would never expect become a hit.

    You never know, so just let it go (;

  2. So Im writing this to you via youtube comment, since i cant fit this in twitter.

    I had a dream with you in it last night, I walked up to you and you were on the phone. I was super excited and didnt really know what i was going to achieve meeting you. I said something that grabbed your attention, but then began to ask you a "what is the nitch" kinda question and you werent too impressed. you finished your phone call and while you did that i got very self conscious and wanted to show you i could do the work. So you get off the phone and now there are two girls next to me waiting for me to leave so they can steal your attention from me. You start to give me this gaze like "he isnt ready yet" and i heard it play over n over in my head, instantly turned up, I walk over to the sushi guy. (we are in a random restaurant setting, you were right next to the door going out) Igo up to the sushi guy and say "hey can i talk to you for a minute?" I then try to sell him and said along the line of "you need liquid nutrition" then realizing that im talking to the sushi guy trying to have him endorse a liquid multivitamin into his bar was near to impossible. I sat back and he then responds "wanna know something that is cheap and mobile?" I look and listen closely "Foreign cars!" i was totally confused but he started cracking up and i turn around the the two girls smiling and laughing and then i turn to you and you look at me and say "awwhhh its okay buddy maybe next time" and then talk to the women about me as an example of how some people "arent ready".

    So, i woke up in a head swet and energy to run a mile. Thank you.

  3. so you trying to change the music industry, but having the artist produce, publish there work on more daily, weekly time frame and let the consumer pick what is good. Kinda like daily vlogging but with music. So in the end when they produce albums all they main steam singles are hits, Makes sense, also allows to get rid of albums and monetize the hot songs so you give the consumer the side dish and make them pay for the meat.

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