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There’s no reason in today’s world not to be creating content online.

Watch Gary pioneer the practice of building a personal brand online through his series of original pillar shows.

The AskGaryVee Show: Started in 2014, the #AskGaryVee Show is a Q&A-style YouTube web show in which Gary Vaynerchuk provides his direct, one-to-one answers to questions on a wide range of topics. Designed to provide as much value to the viewers as possible, Gary’s team sources questions from Twitter by watching the hashtag #AskGaryVee. The questions are then read to Gary, and he provides his answers and advice on topics including social media, entrepreneurship, work/life balance, and much more.

DailyVee is a daily, video-documentary series on YouTube that chronicles Gary Vaynerchuk’s life as a CEO and public figure. Starting in 2015, the vlog follows Gary in real-time as he interviews others, takes investor meetings, delivers keynote speeches, and leads strategy sessions at his company, VaynerMedia.

At the beginning of 2020, Gary Vaynerchuk launched WeeklyVee, a new variation of his popular “DailyVee” YouTube vlog. In this new series, viewers get a deeper look behind the curtain into a week-in-the-life of one of the busiest executives in the business.

Trash Talk is a YouTube vlog series – started in 2018 – in which Gary Vaynerchuk gives viewers a real-time look into one of his favorite pastimes: garage saling and flip life. In each episode, Gary demonstrates the tactics of true “garage sale arbitrage,” and explains how anyone watching can make an extra $100-$1,000 on the weekends by flipping “trash” into cash.

Tea with GaryVee is a livestream show started in 2020 during the pandemic, where Gary answers audience questions one-on-one over a digital stream that’s broadcasted across his social channels. This show created some of the most thoughtful conversations Gary has had with his audience.

In Overrated/Underrated, Gary shares quick hot takes on a variety of different topics in culture, which he labels as either “overrated”, “underrated”, or “properly rated.”

Wine Library TV is Gary’s first ever foray into social media content. Gary would taste and review wine, and give his unfiltered opinion about what he thinks. The show’s first episode came out in 2006.