Business Tips: Keynote @ RE/MAX Annual Convention 2011

Business Tips: Keynote @ RE/MAX Annual Convention 2011

Awesome Tip: Keynote @ RE/MAX Annual Convention 2011

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34 Replies to “Business Tips: Keynote @ RE/MAX Annual Convention 2011”

  1. "More content being produced today in 48 hours than since the beginning of time till 2003." That is insane especially being back in 2013 and now every day 42+ years of content is uploaded to youtube. Quality content beats quantity every time.

  2. So much of this video was so spot on. Scale the unscalable, Direction one on one replies, Listening First, Not closing but asking more questions like what type of x do you like. Building life time friends, not sales. Engagement, engagement, engagement. Listen, listen, listen.

    But my fav part was when you got a standing ovation at the end, and you just looked so grateful and thankful and just a little bit surprised. That was a damn good keynote.

    Gary, I'm really curious about that first 18 months on VaynerMedia where you went from zero to $5,000,000 in the first 18 months, and some of the tactics you used to get in the door and past the gate keeps of the Fortune 100 companies. Was it all social media, or was it knocking on doors.

  3. at about 22:46-ish Gary is helping us mentally visualize a woman who ate at a restaurant, and By-Word-of-Mouth, she is able to connect others to the same experience…10 years ago…… spring forward to today-ish, and the gentleman in his mom's basement can accomplish a thousand times more with a link and a click….. BUT….. do we know him??? .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. probably not, do we really consider his opinion equivalent to ours???, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. probably not, because of ASSOCIATION, > one failed point in the equation is that the woman (possibly) (personally) knew everyone she was talking with, they knew her, and the success of her minimal share was most likely better than the 'geek' in the basement, because of associated trust….. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . i believe that anyone can post anything, but do we trust them?!?!?!?, .. .. .. .. .. i certainly don't, because i caught the link and the info, doesn't guarantee i will be visiting the recommendation he posts, but if I knew the woman, I would visit it…. 1. because i knew her, even if ever so vaguely, … 2. because maybe i have a competitive nature and i want a 'me-too' result in the situation, …. 3. because, it's a socially unconscious reaction that we are conditioned to do, if someone we know (even if through so-and-so other person we know) to seek out what they are saying….. because, it's close to 'home', …… .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . i'm just saying, 🙂 . . . . . . . .and yes Gary could be semi-sometimes right about the basement 'geek', but i'm going to call this one a "NOPE", . . . . . . . . . . . . . .because it's what i do, i've never really been interested in something someone else does, if i don't know them….. my issue with socialized comfort? who knows…. thanks for your time…. could you please be nice in any responses…. thank you .. .. .. .. …be well….

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