Instagram’s Crazy Changes get Speak Social Talking on FOX 7 News in Austin

If you blinked yesterday you may have missed Instagrams hefty policy changes that they then – with an “opposite day” like ruthlessness – took back due to the uproar on Social Media. We understand that Instragram’s benefactor Facebook is simply trying to make a buck, but did they really think people wouldn’t get a bee in their bonnets over the thought of a Social conglomerate profiting from selling our pictures of sunsets, babies and puppy antics?


It was these questions that prompted FOX 7 Austin Reporter Daniel Armbruster to do a special report on Insta-gate 2012 with our very own Andy Gonzalez, and LIVE in the studio with Adam Price!  Take a look…







Stephanie Bogus

The difference between Social Media dabbling and Social Media Marketing is a unified message. As a leader in content strategy for Speak Social, Stephanie adds life – and words – to a brand's goals. She sits down with clients to complete a Brand Profile, otherwise known as the playbook to any Social campaign. She may provide the content, but the voice is all theirs. Stephanie began writing in high school as a co-founder of the first edition of her school newspaper in 20 years. She graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Journalism and minor in Political Science. While in school, she served as Editor-in-Chief of the school’s newspaper and completed an internship at Fox News in Philadelphia. She moved to Austin after graduating to take a marketing position with a large Federal Credit Union. Eventually, the world moved online to blogs and Social Networking, and her focus shifted. Download Stephanie's Writer's Résumé

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