Social Media Advice

The latest from the Bad Rhino team

Capitalize on Facebook Advertising with the New Ads Manager App

Posted in Social Media Advertising on February 25th, 2015 by

We all know how important mobile devices are in today’s world, which is why it makes perfect sense that Facebook has rolled out an Ads Manager app so you can easily monitor your company’s advertising efforts on the go. According to the release, over two million businesses use Facebook Advertising. The Ads Manager app will help…

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Promoting Your Event With Social Media Marketing

Posted in Social Media Marketing, Featured Articles on February 21st, 2015 by

Website: Business 2 Community Article: How to Promote Your Event With Social Media Marketing What better way to help facilitate the needs of a social event than social media marketing? The best way to plan out the social media strategy is in three parts—the pre-event, during event and (most importantly) post-event. Pre-event This is when…

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Facebook Working On Virtual Reality Apps

Posted in Social Media Marketing, Facebook on February 19th, 2015 by

According to, Facebook believes that one day we will be able to connect with people via virtual reality apps. Users can eventually experience something though as they are physically there when they are not. View image | Chief product officer Chris Cox for Facebook addressed a group of people at the Code/Media conference…

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Emily Janny is Bad Rhino's New Blog Manager Intern!

Posted in Announcements on February 18th, 2015 by

Hello guys, my name is Emily Janny. I am a freshman Digital Communication and Social Media major at Cabrini College. I grew up in Allentown, Pennsylvania with my parents and my younger sister Kaitlyn. There was a lot to do in Allentown from going to sporting events or going to great places to eat. I…

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Reputation Management and Social Media: Handling Disgruntled Customers Online

Posted in Case Studies, Reflections on February 16th, 2015 by

“When you’re attacked on social media, it can feel like the community has already made its mind up about you until you can prove your innocence,” writes Ellyn Angelotti, interactivity editor and adjunct faculty at the Poynter Institute for Media. “People can just be downright mean.” “That’s terrible,” you say. “People like that have problems,” you…

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Flipboard Has Been Re-Imagined for Web Browsers

Posted in Social Media Marketing on February 12th, 2015 by

You may already have the Flipboard app downloaded on your phone, but now the social aggregation app is letting you view your favorite stories on the web. Flipboard specializes in turning social media updates from your favorite channels into a magazine format, and now it’s easier than ever to see your magazines and cover stories…

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Top Social Media Strategies for Event Venues

Posted in Social Media Marketing, Case Studies on February 10th, 2015 by

Social media works well for all industry types. Event venues, in particular, can benefit from social media. Whether your venue caters to concerts or is more suitable for corporate conferences, social media will improve your marketing capabilities and get the word out on your particular establishment. View image | Social Media Methods Which Produce…

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How to Take Advantage of Current Events on Twitter

Posted in How To, Twitter on February 6th, 2015 by

As the most effective social media platform to seize upon news and current events owing to its remarkable immediacy, Twitter has become the perfect tool for small business owners to take advantage of economies of scale and capitalize on their position within the marketplace. To understand how Twitter fits into the overarching timeline of reporting,…

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Your Tweets Will Soon Appear in Google Search Results

Posted in Social Media Marketing on February 5th, 2015 by

Twitter reaches deal to show tweets in Google search results — Bloomberg Business (@business) February 5, 2015 Twitter and Google have reportedly reached a deal this week that will allow users to see their 140-character tweets in Google search results for the first time since 2011. According to Bloomberg, users will see these changes in…

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How SEO and Content Marketing Can Help Your Small Business

Posted in Social Media Marketing, Case Studies on February 4th, 2015 by

Ivan Serrano is a journalist living in the Bay Area of California. His areas of expertise lie in social media, marketing and business. If Ivan isn’t exhausting his hands typing up another article, he’ll probably be found wandering the streets practicing his photography, or watching his favorite sports teams and yelling at the television. Follow him on Twitter here. …

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