Social Media Advice

The latest from the Bad Rhino team

Facebook Users Can No Longer Hide Their Name in Graph Search

Posted in Facebook, Social Media Marketing on October 14th, 2013 by

In an effort to avoid confusion, Facebook has announced it will remove the option to hide your name in search results, chief privacy officer Michael Richter said in a blog post. The setting was geared for the social media giant’s older search model, but with the advent of Graph Search, hiding a user’s name essentially…

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How Restaurants Can Use Social Media Coupons: Part 2

Posted in Restaurant Social Media on October 11th, 2013 by

Part 1 of this series on Social Media Coupons for Restaurants talked about why you should use them and how to deliver the coupons to your audience. This blog post today will talk about how the right content will drive more coupon claims. OPEN ENDED… ALWAYS Remember how in our content series we talked about…

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How to Effectively Tweet Your Podcast

Posted in How To, Twitter on October 11th, 2013 by

Scott Murray is the Social Learning Evangelist for TrainUp.com, the web’s largest career marketplace.  He is also a contributor to the Training Insights Blog, a series of blogs dedicated to career and professional development. . . Podcasting is what finally forced me to create a Twitter account for the first time. When I produced my first…

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Research Shows What Works, Doesn't For Facebook Pages

Posted in Facebook, Social Media Advertising, Social Media Marketing on October 10th, 2013 by

Whether or not it was use of hashtags, sponsored stories or another slew of bold updates, there’s no doubt Facebook has taken large steps to ensure and improve its marketability. But how well does everything work? Social Media Examiner had the chance to conduct research, and the results are interesting. The first report from SME…

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How to Handle Trolls Effectively on Social Media

Posted in How To on October 10th, 2013 by

No one’s perfect.  No matter how had you try to avoid them, problems will arise on your company’s social media profiles. When this happens, you may notice others starting to latch on.  Be proactive and know how to identify and handle such negativity. The Source of Negativity Before you can solve the problem, know where…

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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Company Tumblr

Posted in How To, Social Media Marketing on October 9th, 2013 by

Mandy Kilinskis is a member of the Content & Social Team for Quality Logo Products. She spends her days running the company social media accounts, crafting content for their blog, and thinking of synonymous for “majestic.” You can tweet her @bigonbranding. Have you considered starting a Tumblr account for your business? It’s definitely one of the most popular new networks…

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How Restaurants Can Use Social Media Coupons: Part 1

Posted in Restaurant Social Media on October 8th, 2013 by

You have a problem. The social media content posted is spot on.  You’ve identified your culture and have created a strategy around the specific restaurant visitors you want to attract. Hell, even the restaurant’s social media communities are growing, but still… you have a problem. The conundrum at hand is that while everything seems to…

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Go From Listener to Authority: Becoming a Social Connoisseur

Posted in Case Studies on October 8th, 2013 by

Connoisseur – the very word seems to imply a sophisticated collector, but in today’s day and age, the modern day connoisseur collects knowledge and shares it with their followers and fans. The newest connoisseur is one that shares their knowledge via social media sites and provides their followers with interesting content that they might not…

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7 SEO Tactics to Avoid

Posted in Case Studies on October 7th, 2013 by

Jayson DeMers is the founder & CEO of AudienceBloom, a Seattle-based content marketing & social media agency. You can contact him on LinkedIn, Google+, or Twitter.     There’s no disputing the impact that search engines have on today’s world. They have revolutionized the way people find information and are one of the top two Internet activities (the…

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Using Social Media To Conquer Giants

Posted in How To on October 4th, 2013 by

We all probably know the story of David and Goliath (or the story of Nestor in the Iliad, for you Greek History buffs). When everyone else is too frightened to take on the 800-pound gorilla in the room, it falls on the shoulders of the unexpected, the meek, and the small to take care of…

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