Breaking News: TheLetterTwo.com Heads West

Beginning on September 3, TheLetterTwo.com will be broadcasting from the great city of San Francisco. For the past few years, I have been here in the Washington, DC area and it’s been great, but with all the marketing phenomena emerging from the Silicon Valley and Bay Area, I felt it prudent to relocate to the West Coast to try my hand at gaining a better understanding of what’s been going on with interactive marketing.

With the likes of Shel Israel, Robert Scoble, Sarah Lacy, Dave Winer, Guy Kawasaki, and many notable Internet pioneers based out of the Bay Area, this would hopefully provide me a great opportunity to network and provide invaluable insight into what’s going on over there.

If you would like to network, then I would love to have formal introductions. Shoot me an e-mail at info [at] thelettertwo.com or find me on Twitter. Wish me luck!

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5 responses to “Breaking News: TheLetterTwo.com Heads West”

  1. Breaking News: TheLetterTwo.com Heads West…

    Beginning on September 3, TheLetterTwo.com will be broadcasting from the great city of San Francisco. For the past few years, I have been here in the Washington, DC area and it’s been great, but with all the marketing phenomena emerging ……

  2. JessieX Avatar

    Kenny, Are you moving? For real? Dang! I just started to get to know you a bit. Well, thank goodness for social media, life streaming and such. I really like how you think.

    1. kyeung808 Avatar

      Alas, yes…that is the case. I am relocating to the San Francisco area to get better in touch with the Internet and work to be an expert in this crazy online world. But you're right…thank goodness for social media and the like. I think the network that I fostered here in the DC area has been a great help and hope to continue those relationships for many years.

  3. Ken Yeung Avatar

    Alas, yes…that is the case. I am relocating to the San Francisco area to get better in touch with the Internet and work to be an expert in this crazy online world. But you're right…thank goodness for social media and the like. I think the network that I fostered here in the DC area has been a great help and hope to continue those relationships for many years.

  4. Just the message and nothing more…

    Kenneth over at TheLetterTwo has a great post about the power and popularity of text messaging. This excerpt has me thinking.

    "Well with email, you have more space for content and creative control.
    Compare that to mobile marketing, you’re co…

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