Best Gary Vaynerchuk Video

I love Gary V. I've been following him since he ventured into Digital Marketing during his wine business years. This is the best Gary Vaynerchuk video because perfectly conveys his philosophy of always tinkering, always exploring, and always looking for opportunities.

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The best Gary Vaynerchuk video ever.

Gary Vaynerchuk has been included in "The New York Times", The Wall Street Journal, GQ, and Time, and has showed up on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Ellen. In the 2000s, Vaynerchuk was portrayed as "the primary wine master of the YouTube time", "the wine world's new hotshot", and by Rob Newsom, a Washington State wine producer, "outside of Robert Parker, likely the most compelling wine faultfinder in the United States". In 2003, Market Watch magazine granted Gary Vaynerchuk its Market Watch Leader" grant, making him its most youthful beneficiary.

In 2011, The Wall Street Journal named Vaynerchuk to its rundown of Twitter's Small Business Big Shots and Bloomberg's Business Week named him to its rundown of 20 People Every Entrepreneur Should Follow. In 2013, Vaynerchuk influenced the November to front of Inc. magazine in a component "On the best way to Master the 4 Big Social-Media Platforms." 

In 2014, he was named to Fortune's 40 Under 40 and chose to judge the Miss America event. In 2015 he was named to Crain's New York Business 40 Under 40 and named to Inc's. rundown of "Top 25 Social Media Keynote Speakers You Need to Know." In 2016 Vaynerchuk was a judge for the Genius Awards.

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Steven Matt

I am the Director of Digital Marketing at one of the world’s largest financial institutions. I teach Digital Marketing courses to small businesses on behalf of the NYC government and General Assembly in NYC. I am a graduate of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn with a Bachelors degree in Communications Design. I have a Masters degree in Management and Technology from New York University. In my spare time, I organize volunteer glass cleanups in NYC parks and I make jewelry out of the broken glass that I and the volunteers collect. I sell the designs at an artisan market in Brooklyn.