Social Media Advice

The latest from the Bad Rhino team

Bad Rhino Recognized as a Top Social Media Marketing Company on Clutch!

Posted in Social Media Marketing, Announcements, Featured Articles, Reviews, Social Media Advertising, Bad Rhino on March 19th, 2017 by

Recognized as a Top Social Media Marketing Company on Clutch! When Bad Rhino, a Philadelphia based, full-service social media marketing firm, was first founded, we were determined to be different. We didn’t just want to increase a client’s following on Facebook or create trite content for social media streams. Rather, like the eponymous rhino, our…

Read More

Facebook Copies Snapchat

Posted in Uncategorized, Facebook on January 25th, 2017 by

Just in today, TechCrunch reports that Facebook has now added Stories to the top of its feed. Even though you may not see it on your feed yet, it should be there within the upcoming months. Facebook has started out testing the latest stories feature starting in Ireland and plans to bring it to other countries in…

Read More

Goodbye Vine!

Posted in Uncategorized on January 18th, 2017 by

According to TechCrunch, Vine is no longer the same social media app we all used to know and love. The app Vine announces it shuts off sharing and launches Vine camera. As of now, you can still open the old vine app where you can find all of your old feed, profile, and videos. Eventually,…

Read More

Snapchat Launches Universal Search

Posted in Snapchat on January 14th, 2017 by

Snapchat just made it easier to navigate the app and find groups, friends, discover publishers and Our Stories by launching a universal search bar that’s always accessible at the top of the app. This new feature is rolling out soon to all iOS and Android users, allowing you dig out the best content and conversations…

Read More

The latest with Instagram Stories

Posted in Instagram on January 11th, 2017 by

  Instagram Stories reaches 150 million daily users, which is the same amount as the last number announced by Snapchat, the app Instagram copies. In addition reaching a large audience, Instagram announced the launch of skippable ads mixed in to stories according to TechCrunch. Ads appear to be an unclickable five second photos along with 15-second…

Read More

Facebook Launches Automatic Subtitling For Page Videos

Posted in Facebook on January 6th, 2017 by

Facebook has launched a free automatic video captioning tool to all US English Facebook pages that makes it easier to repurpose traditional clips. This new tool is powered by voice recognition software that takes the hassle out of transcription, while making it easy to edit the subtitles it suggests. TechCrunch and some other Pages only…

Read More

Snapchat Launches Filter Games

Posted in Snapchat on January 4th, 2017 by

Snapchat is at it again with the launch of “filter games”. According to TechCrunch, filter games allow you to play games and use your face and not just take pictures of it. Games are starting to appear for Snapchat users and can be found by using the Selfie Lens filter. Snapchat first tested filter games…

Read More

360-Degree live streaming video makes its way to Twitter

Posted in Twitter on December 30th, 2016 by

Just this week, Tech Crunch reports that Twitter introduced the 360-degree live streams through Periscope. Periscope 360 only has a limited number of partners, Twitter is now one of them. This is a great addition to Twitter, as live streaming is on the rise and is becoming increasingly popular on social media platforms like Facebook….

Read More

Uber & Snapchat Team Up

Posted in Snapchat on December 21st, 2016 by

As 2016 is coming to an end, Uber has announced some new features to its service. You can now directly uber to people in your contact list, according to TechCrunch. You can even access custom Snapchat features during your Uber ride. Uber’s new location feature allows you to request a one-time location share from your…

Read More

Instagram Now Lets You Save Posts For Later Viewing

Posted in Instagram on December 16th, 2016 by

Instagram will now let you save your favorite post from its service for later viewing via a new bookmark button that appears below the posts in your feed. The idea is that there are times when you’ll encounter content you’ll want to revisit and now by simply tapping on the bookmarking button, you’ll be able…

Read More