Gary Vaynerchuk Provides Social Media Advice to Realtors

Gary Vaynerchuk gave advice to a real estate broker in this video at a recent conference where he gave a keynote. Gary shared his Twitter search strategy as he as for a long time even in the summize days.

Check out this strategy in the video below and to add on to it we would suggest not only using “open house” in your area as a search on twitter since most will be blasts of realtors announcing their open house get more specific like “going to an open house” but Gary’s point is true and starting off with head terms like “open house” can help you narrow it down to things more specific.

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Gary Vaynerchuk Interview with Dell at SXSW 2014

Check out these short videos that show Gary Vaynerchuk’s answers to questions asked by members of Dell Computers at SXSW 2014 #DellVenue

Gary Vaynerchuk Reveals What Inspired Him to Start His Social Media Agency

Gary Vaynerchuk on Technology

Gary Vaynerchuk Talks about What He’s Doing Next

Gary Vaynerchuk Says Agencies Are in Big Trouble

Gary Vaynerchuk Describes the Moment That His Business Began

Entrepreneurs Need to Get Back to Basics

Gary Vaynerchuk at the DellVenue Says the Internet Is Creating a New Industrial Age

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Gary Vaynerchuk at Startup Grind New York

Check out this interview of Gary Vaynerchuk at Startup Grind New York.

Here are some good insights from this interview:

  • Mobile First – If you aren’t thinking mobile in 2014 you are behind
  • Laws ruin industries, GV left wine industry because of rules, laws, and regulations
  • Best advice per GV’s dad – word is bond
  • Innovation doesn’t care about you or anyone else…
  • Social Media isn’t as scalable as SEO/SEM and requires a lot of time and hard work
  • Tools don’t matter if you don’t know how to use them
  • Creating content on all of these social platforms comes down to context of the platform, respect the platform
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Gary Vaynerchuk Makes About $3-$5 Million a Year Depending on Keynotes

Check out this interview with Gary Vaynerchuk on the Blaze where Will Cain starts off asking Gary Vaynerchuk who he is and how much he makes each year.

Not including investments in Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and depending on how many keynotes he does each each he said he makes about $3-$5 Million per year.

Watch the interview here:

Some key points of this interview:

  • The mobile phone home screen shows you the mentality of human beings
  • Apps on the home screen are either entertainment/escapism, information, and utility
  • Innovation doesn’t care about what you want
  • Will Cain Hates Twitter as much as Gary Loves it
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