Did you know that one of the country’s best digital marketing conferences is held in Birmingham, Alabama?

Y’all Connect is a one-day conference designed to help you learn from leading experts in content marketing, blogging, and social media. This year’s conference is set for Friday, August 11 at Rosewood Hall and I want to give YOU a free ticket!

This year’s speaker lineup includes Taylor Robinson, one of the co-creators of the wildly popular live storytelling event Arc Stories; James Spann, everyone’s favorite meteorologist who also happens to be a master at Twitter; and Stacey Ferguson, co-creator of the multicultural blogging conference Blogalicious. (Find a complete list of speakers here.)

I’ve never missed a Y’all Connect conference, but, unfortunately, I can’t make it this year due to #teacherlife commitments. Instead of selling my ticket or requesting a refund, I’ve decided to give my ticket to a See Jane Write reader.

I’m hosting the contest on Instagram. Check out the rules, terms and conditions below.

How to enter

Post an image or video of your choice to Instagram.

In your caption explain why you love See Jane Write and why you want to attend Y’all Connect. Be sure to tag me (@seejavaciawrite) and Y’all Connect (@yallconnect) and use the hashtag #sjwconnect.

You also must follow @seejavaciawrite and @yallconnect on Instagram to qualify.

Contest ends at 12 p.m. CT on Friday, July 14. The winner will be announced Friday afternoon via Instagram. The winner must claim the prize by 12 p.m. CT, Monday, July 17. 

Winners will be chosen based on the following: reasons for wanting to attend Y’all Connect, creativity and relevance of image, and number of post likes and comments.

The prize includes 1 ticket to Y’all Connect 2017. The prize does NOT include travel or lodging expenses.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with, Instagram.

1 Comment on Win a free ticket to Y’all Connect 2017

  1. Wade Kwon
    July 12, 2017 at 11:41 am (2 weeks ago)

    Thank you, Javacia! I’m sorry the conference date ended up during the school year, but I promise next year will be in the relative calm of June.

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