Business Tips: How to Standout From the Crowd of Competition Surrounding You

Business Tips: How to Standout From the Crowd of Competition Surrounding You

Awesome Tip: How to Standout From the Crowd of Competition Surrounding You

Today we feature a conversation that Gary had with Roy Wood Jr. Many of you may know Roy Wood Jr. from his comedy career and appearances on “The Daily Show”, but he is also a marketer at heart! They get into an in-depth conversation around the importance of listening to the market and how it shaped their strategy to standout amongst the competition. This is part of a new series called “Monday Marketing Takes”. “Monday Marketing Takes” features a special assortment of essential marketing tips, key insights, as well as interviews with some of the big players from around the world in marketing… Enjoy!

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Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the Chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications parent company, as well as the CEO and Co-Founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations.
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30 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Standout From the Crowd of Competition Surrounding You”

  1. Wanting it to happen in six years instead of one, is how it actually happens on one. Wanting it to happen in one, is why 99% of the people lose.
    I believe in that the most. – Gary Vee. People are being poetic over here, i want to remember a quote too.

  2. Well now they do live concert online, you buy a ticket to watch it live online now. Plus staying relevant is to keep pushing work online since all of us are always online at home looking for stuff to watch.

  3. I think Zoom has revolutionized how artists get seen. Even when the pandemic ends I can imagine community theaters, local comedy shows, and other forms of artistic expression being used to bring in more income. A good example is theaters. Seats sell out quick, and if you miss a production, in many cases it will be the last time you would. But with Zoom, a theater could have Zoom tickets which will allow an audience to purchase tickets and get the minimal benefit to at least watch the production live.

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