Business Tips: The Internet Changed Everything | Photoplus Fireside Chat | DailyVee 398

Business Tips: The Internet Changed Everything | Photoplus Fireside Chat | DailyVee 398

Awesome Tip: The Internet Changed Everything | Photoplus Fireside Chat | DailyVee 398

Really love this keynote that I did with Chase Jarvis a little while back at Photoplus. If you’re a photographer or do client services in some way, I think that there is a ton of value in here that you can take from.

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31 Replies to “Business Tips: The Internet Changed Everything | Photoplus Fireside Chat | DailyVee 398”

  1. Wow. This is probably one of the best videos I've seen you guys do. Seriously. I honestly felt like the pricing thing hurt me. I quickly upped my prices because the demand was there, then, got like 1 out of 12 people accept. Then, no one did… and then went through a dark period where I felt like I wasn't good enough to charge those prices and long story short. I'm back on track. Saying "yes" instead of "no." And feel like what you said, Gary, about saying a price… then lowering it to get the sale (if they can't pay that) is great! I never thought of that. Thanks so much!

  2. If you do free creative work for someone else, you better make sure you have 100% creative control. If someone else doesn't want to pay you, but wants to tell you how to do your work, that's when you're being taken advantage of.

  3. Maybe Chase has done it already but you could create a advanced photographers network / community and share presentation resources for the next generation of photography sales , 360, VR i.e. a wedding VR presentation all the main 'stock ' could be from the network.

    Even retrospective conversions from super8> HD > VR bla sponsored ads bla bla money bla money bla county > state > nation bla events bla… ;P lol ( $..$ ) #chaching 99 millys for gary 1 milly for blabla lol

  4. The really resonated with me.  I am a printmaker and I have been hustling artwork and trying to be a full time artist since 2005.  I feel like the guy who makes the podcasts.  I am a businessman, but I am a creative.  Its like how to balance the two and when is a good time to jump out?  I am also not trying to be a millionaire or have a billion dollar enterprise I would just love to work my passion full time and make 60k.  Not have the day job grind I have had making not even that much.

  5. my reverse comment is that yes we know whats in but how do u prove with raw content how ur better then those that play the safe be? Ive been the odd ball and been the outkast

  6. Shot it real straight with Richard at the end, great humility on his part to accept it. I know it hurt him because when it's something you love, you want to be the one to pull it off by doing it all. I hope it works out for him, it's actually advice for me that I will take on board in the future when I'm able to because knowing how to make money is most certainly skill and I don't have it.

  7. your diatribe at the 50 minute mark was next level. "get a fuc%ing partner, Richard". Dude needed that type of raw honesty. Valuable for anyone in ANY industry trying to build something. Be sure to focus on your competencies, or else you are missing the mark and will lose, right? Every business school that has an entrepreneurial program should make that required viewing. Love to hear more on this from you. You inspire the heck out of everyone with your words and actions, but this type of brutal honesty needs to be heard from you, even more. Thanks!!!

  8. The gem of the hour for me was "I don't give a fuck about the lighting…. I give a shit about the game. The hustle, selling, BizDevving, bringing value, understanding how it brings back a brand building a brand leveraging, strategizing, Where am I going? selling, doing, sneaker drop, play with the apps d.d.d.d business business business Thats My Hustle…Thats why i make money. Cause I like the business part."

  9. This was a difficult moment for me but quite inspiring. Listen, Gary V and Chase was speaking the truth but I had the apply it for my business. So I took their information and found a way to make it practical for my photography business as well as some of the legal words that I included in emails to justify pricing. This was an awesome experience and this question has changed a lot of people business situations for the better. Glad to be apart of the conversation. Your friend from Chicago, Jason McCoy

  10. "I don't understand the word Arbitrage either" 18:36 funniest thing I've ever heard from Gary Vee! I've actually looked the word up several times to try to figure out what it means in the context he uses it…such a relief to hear he just throws it out there with no idea if it's right or not!

  11. The Internet did change everything. especially for entertainers and booking agents. Back in the day you had an agent and they got performers work as they had the contacts. Performers were paid decent rates and agents always looked for the best quality.

    Fast forward to today.. Everyone is suddenly a performer and an agent. The rates performers get paid has dropped by crazy amounts. ethical agents who refuse to lower their standards and costs are going out of business because B C D players are flooding the market and their lack of knowledge
    on how to market in this new age.

    So this is my mission create awareness around performing arts and whats happening in our industry. The internet broke this industry but it can still be fixed and im working hard it making this so.

  12. Great content and my $0.02 from this is the going narrow and go deep in a certain arena. I a gonna go deep and focused on Languedoc wines ? Be the man for wine social and media in this region. Gonna collab with a partner who can take the shots and video and another for business that is a local french speaker.

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