About Me

About Ken Yeung

Renowned marketer Seth Godin once wrote about creating something unique to help stand out against the ordinary – his “purple cow“. Ken is doing just that.

Over the years, this up & coming marketer has set his sights on working to produce quality solutions for his clients & companies to help them reach out to their customers and create a truly interactive environment. From working on website builds to email marketing campaigns to social media, Kenneth strives to find the best web solution for those he serves while ensuring that it achieves that status of being a “purple cow“.

From his unique perspective of having worked in both an interactive agency and a client/private sector environment, Ken has succeeded in broadening his understanding and remains dedicated to seeking out knowledge & insight into becoming a valued Subject Matter Expert. Having served previously as an account coordinator, business development manager, e-marketing manager, and project manager, Ken understands the nature of web development projects and interactive marketing methodologies.

From his professional start in 2003, he has worked on numerous client campaigns, including travel/tourism, non-profit, education, government, financial institutions, real estate, and others. He previously was a Senior Editor at Intercom, a Staff Writer for VentureBeat, Strategy and Research Content Lead at Orange Silicon Valley, and the Bay Area Reporter for The Next Web, covering Silicon Valley startups and companies.

Ken also served as a member of the University of Hawai’i Alumni Association and a board member of the American Marketing Association – Hawaii Chapter. He also contributed to Network Solution’s now-defunct “Solutions Are Power” & “Unintentional¬†Entrepreneur” blogs, along with tech blog Bub.blicio.us.¬†He has a Marketing degree from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa’s Shidler College of Business.


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