Articles by Brad Bogus

Brad Bogus

Brad has spent over 10 years in the digital multimedia industry. In 2010, he started Speak Social, a digital marketing and advertising team that defies the traditional agency model. Brad has multiple industry related articles published online, has spoken on many panels and presented on Social Media, Search and the future of Online Marketing, including during SXSWi, and has appeared on numerous news stories and radio interviews on the industry. Brad is also a celebrated trainer and has educated Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, and the US State Department alike on Social Media strategy and implementation. Speak Social creates the strategies and campaigns for brands utilizing all forms of Social Media for marketing, advertising, sales, crowdfunding and PR.

A Deafening Silence: The Social Media Battle Against SOPA & PIPA – PART II

YouTube has the most to lose, and their reasons for opposition are the same as the other networks: if users commit copyright violations and upload said content to their site, these acts will make YouTube responsible for heavy fines and policing just by being a platform that users break the law through. Currently, the Digital…


Stop Talking to Everyone – Spend Valuable Social Media Time on Influencers

Social Media Marketing vs. Influence Marketing Everyone is not equal. We do not all win prizes for showing up; we must put in the work. That is how grade schools operate now; everyone wins, no matter how bad the performance. We’re told we can be whatever we want, but we don’t all get to be…

Occupy Wall Street Movement

America Unites! This Revolution Will Be a Digital One

Despite the initial media blackout, a revolution is brewing. A movement originally known as Occupy Wall Street now engulfs nearly every major city: Occupy Boston, Occupy D.C, Occupy Chicago, Occupy Austin, and 147 others in the US alone (it has also spread internationally).   The movement is in protest of corruption that stems from corporate…

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