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March 12, 2011 / The_Mike_Johnson

Gary Vaynerchuk and The Thank You Economy

Gary Vaynerchuk signing his book, The Thank You Economy

Gary Vaynerchuk has released a new book, The Thank You Economy. I previously caught Gary with Robert Scoble at the NYXPO (which you can view here) and I recorded Gary doing a recent discussion.

Gary talks about:

– How Netflix put Blockbuster out of business

– How Borders gave a big chunk of their business to Amazon

– How people make decisions about business

– Super Bowl advertising is no longer effective

You can follow Gary Vaynerchuk on Twitter @garyvee.

Please note:  I was upset to learn after the recording that there is a buzz that came through my recorder and is on the video as well. The setup I use is that I record to my HI-MD minidisc with the audio line going from the audio out (headphones) to the microphone in to my camera. For this event  I had to plug in the minidisc power cord as the battery power was very low and I used a cheapo extension cord that was in the power outlet above the room mixer/p.a. power as well. I apologize for the buzz but it is worth watching and listening. Also, if you are having a long wait time to view Part 3, click on HD in the right hand corner.

Part 1

Part 2

Final Segment – If you are having a long wait time to view Part 3, click on HD in the right hand corner.

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Allison Fine and Beth Kanter The Networked Nonprofit: Connecting with Social Media to Drive Change

Gary Vaynerchuk and Robert Scoble Discuss Business and Social Media

Ray Jordan on Johnson & Johnson’s Social Media Strategy

The NBA’s Social Media Game

JetBlue’s Social Media Strategy with Jenny Dervin

David Meerman Scott, Author of Real-Time Marketing and PR

John Jantsch, author of Duct Tape Marketing and The Referral Engine



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