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The latest from the Bad Rhino team

How Businesses Can Use Facebook to Their Advantage

Posted in Case Studies, Facebook on October 7th, 2014 by
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#145035898 / gettyimages.com When you own a business, you want to do what you can to market your products and services and do so in an affordable manner, right? Facebook is a way to do so. This type of social media option has all that you need to get your products and services out there…

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Bad Rhino Reading: 3 Ways to Use Google+ Better

Posted in Featured Articles on October 4th, 2014 by
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Website: Business 2 Community Article: 5 Ways To Make Your Google+ Presence Stand Out Google+ is so underutilized. The best part about Google+ is that it’s amazing for SEO and if used the right way can become a useful asset to anyone on it. Business 2 Community call it a mixture of Facebook, Twitter and…

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4 Tips for Using Twitter to Generate Leads for Your Small Business

Posted in How To, Twitter on October 1st, 2014 by
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  #186871887 / gettyimages.com Social media is a solid strategy for generating new leads and ultimately gaining new customers for your small business. When you think of social media platforms to use to gain new customers, Twitter may not immediately come to mind. Instead, you may think of LinkedIn as the ultimate lead generating tool…

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Bad Rhino Reading: 4 Things to Know About Infographics

Posted in Featured Articles on September 27th, 2014 by

Website: Social Media Examiner Article: Infographics: Everything You Need to Know It’s all about visuals. When it comes to infographics, when there is a good one it speaks volumes. A graphic can completely transform a post from a bland page of text to a rich, eye-appealing piece of work. Here are 4 things to know…

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The Importance of Having a Risk Management Plan in Place 

Posted in How To on September 23rd, 2014 by
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  #484714983 / gettyimages.com Managing your business’ online presence involves more than just managing your social media sites and online communities. Keeping an eagle eye on all online mentions is important and can be a daunting task. When you leave your house for an extended period of time, you take the necessary precautions to make…

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Facebook's algorithm changes again

Posted in Facebook, Social Media Marketing on September 22nd, 2014 by
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While this change should not greatly affect the reach of posted content to Facebook, the algorithm has without a doubt changed. The first aspect of the news feed algorithm change deals with “trending topics.” If a users Facebook friends are all talking about a common topic (Miley Cyrus, Ray Rice, ISIS, etc.) the topic will…

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Social Advertising: Say It Again and Again, but Say It Differently

Posted in Case Studies on September 18th, 2014 by
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#475967797 / gettyimages.com When it comes to getting your message across in advertising, we know we need multiple touch points. Your prospective customer/client needs to hear your message over and over. But when it comes to social media, your message needs to be different. And I’m not referring to your various blog posts. I’m thinking…

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Social Media Marketing for Recruiters- Bad Rhino- Social Media Marketing for Recruiters

Posted in Bad Rhino, Case Studies, Social Media Marketing on September 16th, 2014 by
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10 Most Useful Chrome Plugins for Social Media Marketers

Posted in How To on September 12th, 2014 by
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We have a lot to do every day. Compose tweets. Post tweets. Respond to tweets. Measure impact of tweets. Wash, rinse, and repeat for: Facebook. LinkedIn. Google+. Pinterest. Instagram. Vine. I could go on, but I’m about to give myself a panic attack and want to save you from that. So, yeah. Social media marketing?…

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Facebook testing self-destructing posts

Posted in Facebook, Social Media Marketing on September 11th, 2014 by

Facebook is testing a new feature which allows people to publish a post but schedule how long it appears on their Facebook for. Users are able to set a time when they want the post to disappear from their timeline. The post can last from 1 hour to 7 days, which is called “Choose Expiration”. …

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