Patrick Ward Bio

Patrick Ward is the Consulting Editor for High Speed Experts, a broadband connectivity search engine and IT industry education platform. A writer by trade, Patrick has worked extensively across the insurance, real estate, finance, travel, and tech industries, with notable clients including Allianz, Cathay Pacific, and Fiji Airways. Currently he lives in LA, having been born and raised in Sydney, Australia, and is a diehard Steelers fan.

He is currently a member of the Forbes Communications Council, an invitation-only organization for senior-level communications executives, and the Ad Age Executive Collective, an invite-only community of noteworthy marketing and media agency leaders, marketing and communications executives, martech and adtech founders, and technology executives in the media space. He earned his Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies), majoring in Marketing and Political Science, from the University of Sydney.

Patrick Ward Publications & Mentions

Tampa Bay TimesAnnoyed over internet prices? Tampa Bay might actually have it good

Business InsiderHow to gain the exceptional networking opportunities you can get at business school without actually going — and land speaking gigs and clients along the way

ForbesGet Ready For These 13 Communications Industry Trends In 2020, 14 Copywriting Trends That Really Work (Or Don’t) According To Communications Experts, 11 Creative Ways To Leverage YouTube For Your Brand’s Marketing Efforts, 13 Top Tips For Choosing The Right Social Media Platform For Your Business, and many more.

Ad Age7 Content Strategies Marketing Leaders Need To Master

Reviews.comInternet Fees: Your Guide to Hidden Costs

WordStream21 Off-the-Charts Impressive Copywriting Examples

BestCompanyHow to Get Free (or Cheap) Internet Service

Skaled50 Social Selling Pros in B2B We’re Following On LinkedIn

DataboxThe 35 Most Effective Off-Page SEO Techniques

NextAcademyWhy Words Should Drive your Brand’s Differentiation

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