Social Media Advice

The latest from the Bad Rhino team

4 LinkedIn Publishing Tips to Wow Your Network

Posted in Case Studies, LinkedIn on December 4th, 2014 by

How much time do you spend on LinkedIn? Since they’ve opened their publishing platform up to anyone, I’ve noticed myself on there a lot more. I’ll get a notification that someone in my network has published a new post and take a few minutes to look at it. Next thing I know, I’ve spent an…

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How to Keep Your Social Media Organized

Posted in How To, Social Media Marketing on December 3rd, 2014 by

One of the craziest things you’ll experience as a social media manager (or entrepreneur taking on the role) is attempting to keep all of the posts, retweets, shares, likes, comments, and connections organized. A lot of people ask how I keep all of my clients’ social campaigns (along with my own) organized and effective. It’s…

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Insta-Takeaways from #ShoutletIG

Posted in Case Studies, Instagram on December 2nd, 2014 by

Megan Ingenbrandt is the PR Specialist for and a graduate of Neumann University where she studied Communications & Media Studies with a focus in radio. She’s a huge Buffalo Sabres fan, and has never met a cup of coffee she hasn’t liked. . Instagram isn’t just for selfies anymore. Emily Zei, Digital Marketing guru…

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Making a Real Connection With Your Followers

Posted in How To on November 24th, 2014 by
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#182183078 / Businesses are learning that they need to relate to their followers as humans. That means less message blasting and more relationship building. It’s natural for us to connect with people and develop relationships and it can be natural for a brand to do the same. It takes making a conscious effort and…

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Bad Rhino Interview with Author Pamela Herrmann – The Customer Manifesto

Posted in Reflections, Reviews on November 23rd, 2014 by
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Bad Rhino’s own Marty McDonald had an opportunity to sit down and interview Pamela Herrmann, Author of The Customer Manifesto.  Marty read the book and was impressed how it tied Social Media and good common sense Customer Service. Listen to the Audio here: About Pamela Herrmann: Pamela Herrmann is the best selling author of Breaking Through….

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Social Media Marketing and Golf

Posted in Sports and Social Media on November 22nd, 2014 by

Be sure to check out another Bad Rhino presentation at the Philly Ad Club.

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How the 70/20/10 Rule Applies to Social Content

Posted in Case Studies on November 20th, 2014 by
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Marc Vasquez is the Interactive Marketing Manager at UMB Financial Corporation. Marc is also the 2014 Greater Kansas City PRSA chapter president. When he’s not doing one of those two things, you can find him @vasquez007. I’ve never thought of myself as a hero. In fact, I’m more of a sidekick. Since I can remember, my 7-year-old son doesn’t just want…

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Bad Rhino Reading: 4 Ways to Make Your Twitter Updates More Creative

Posted in Featured Articles on November 15th, 2014 by
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Website: Social Media Examiner  Article: 14 Ways to Make Your Twitter Updates More Creative  Social media can get boring. Sometimes brands need to spruce-up the content they post on Twitter to make sure that they don’t go stale. Here are four easy things to post to get more engagement and not make your page look…

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Social Media Strategies for Specialty Boutiques

Posted in Case Studies on November 12th, 2014 by
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#181215199 / Specialty boutiques are retailers you will find in all locations these days, cities and suburbs alike. There is a competitive feature regarding these types of shops, especially amongst those in the same area which deal in the same types of products. For this reason, marketing is extremely important. Fortunately, there are many…

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Instagram Makes Changes to Photo Captions and Explore Tab

Posted in Instagram, Social Media Marketing on November 11th, 2014 by

Instagram has made some advances that are sure to please. The explore tab on Instagram will now give home to a “Photo” button (as it done in the past) and also a “People” tab. The people tab will showcase interesting people to follow, according to Instagram’s Blog. The change to the Explore option isn’t the…

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