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Speak Social Podcast Episode 5: Final Thoughts & What We Learned at SXSW 2013


As it always does, the month of March flew in and out of our lives faster than a new iPhone App. With all of the hustle and bustle of SXSW, we wanted to take this Podcasting opportunity to reflect on who we met and what we learned at this year’s conference festivities!

Speak Social PodcastIn this episode of the Socially Speaking Podcast, Brad, Andy & I review what happened at SXSW 2013, and the key takeaway points that we plan to build on here at Speak Social … including some great tips on building a blog presented by Jonah Peretti of BuzzFeed.


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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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