About Wade Kwon

Wade Kwon is conference director for Y'all Connect. See his full bio.

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This is the end, beautiful friends

Our event ends, but our hospitality lives on.

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Chidi, Eleanor, The Good Place

The ethical digital marketer

Here are a few questions to consider …

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Behind the buzz: N2V marketing from Netflix

Writer John Boitnott explores the four ways Netflix uses targeted marketing to increase subscriptions and viewing hours.

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Hungry for content, starving for stories

It is incumbent that marketers go beyond campaigns to create engaging stories for their audiences. Stories are vital, stories are compelling, stories are revelatory.

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Nominate speakers for our 2018 event

If you know someone who spoken at an event recently on a topic related to digital marketing, send them our way.

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Wade Kwon, James Brown

And 60 more reasons why guests love our event

Thank you for supporting us. Thank you for keeping us honest. Thank you for helping us improve year after year.

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Fail more

Are we doing enough of them in marketing? And are they teaching us anything?

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More marketing, onscreen and beyond

Let’s work together with Sales to turn browsers into customers.

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Intent is everything

We can treat people as foolish or we can treat them as valuable.

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Digital marketing in 2038

Let’s take a few wild guesses as to what our marketing looks like in 2038 …

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