How to Make Money with a Food Blog? Gosstronomy asks Gary Vaynerchuk

Ah, the beauty of being in New York for six months is that I get to have access to amazing people at the top of their game. Last week I saw Gary Vaynerchuk – the uber-blogger (and occasional Conan O’Brien television guest) from WineLibraryTV – at a MediaBistro event, and I asked him about what it takes to bridge the gap between building a large audience with a food blog to commercialising that audience. Check out what he has to say, in his usual insightful, hilarious way.

Feel free to watch the whole presentation – which is excellent and fantastic for anyone blogging or thinking about it – or skip straight to my question at the 29:30 minute mark. It’s an hour-long video, so if you see a blank white screen below, sit back and relax for a few seconds while it loads.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. This is a great video, Gary has given a lot of great points and I love the no B.S. straight forward manner he presents in. More people need to tap into that enthusiasm for their ventures.

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  2. Loved this video…. he seems will get even far with his speeches. Good stuff!

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  3. This is an awesome video, thanks for it! I don’t really enjoy the vulgarities, but he’s a great speaker.

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  4. Dear michael,
    Thanks so much for hosting this vid, its extreme.
    Fantatsic straight from the hip and lip info, down to earth and really approriate to your description.
    Very grateful.

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  5. Posted by cruxiefaye on August 14, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    lol, i loved this video for being so humourous and insightful about blogging. It’s certainly very hard to keep on blogging without passion.

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