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Bad Rhino Reading: 5 Ways to Blog From Your Mobile Device

Posted in Featured Articles on January 4th, 2014 by

Website: Social Media Examiner Article: 5 Ways to Blog From Your Mobile Device This week, our Rhinos loved reading Brian Milne’s article for Social Media Examiner about the value of blogging from a mobile device. With microblogging becoming more and more popular, it’s practically essential for anyone who runs a blog to constantly be sharing…

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Social Media Marketing Restaurants – Social Coupons Part 1 [VIDEO]

Posted in Restaurant Social Media on January 3rd, 2014 by

Bad Rhino, a Social Media Marketing Firm based in Wayne, Pa, presents an on-going social media training series for Restaurant and Bar owners. In this series, we will be sharing our best tips and ideas that we have had success for our restaurant clients. If you would like more information on how Bad Rhino can help your business,…

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3 Features Your Viral Content Absolutely Must Have

Posted in How To on January 2nd, 2014 by

Adina Rubin Berzofsky is a freelance marketing writer in the NY/NJ/Philadelphia area. She’s been writing and working with technology since the olden days (meaning, before social media was invented). Also, she’s still trying to decide what she wants to be when she grows up. You can reach Adina on Google+, Tumblr, Twitter and at her website: AdinaBerzofsky.com. SEO experts, bloggers, marketing…

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Social Media and Hockey Unite: Recapping the 2014 NHL Winter Classic

Posted in Sports and Social Media on January 1st, 2014 by

For hockey fans, the first day of 2014 is always a big deal. In addition to being the start of a brand-new year, fans around North America get to look forward to the league’s annual outdoor game, officially known as the NHL Winter Classic. This year, the outdoor matchup featured the Toronto Maple Leafs and…

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6 Awesome Social Media Blogs the Bad Rhino Team Loves

Posted in Reviews on December 31st, 2013 by

It’s the last day of 2013, and we’re very thankful for all of the people that make the Bad Rhino Rumblings blog what it is. From our own Rhinos to our awesome team of social media bloggers, and, of course, our loyal readers, we want you to know that we appreciate every comment, tweet and…

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Kill 'Em With Kindness: From Complaints to Customers

Posted in How To on December 30th, 2013 by

Imagine that you run a local coffee shop.  A customer comes in and they’re unsatisfied.  Maybe they think that their drink wasn’t made up to par, or they feel the drive-thru service took too long.  Or they could be having a bad day and taking it out on the nearest target.  Regardless of the reason,…

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Top 5 Bad Rhino Instagram Photos of December

Posted in Announcements on December 27th, 2013 by

We’re back with our “Top 5 Bad Rhino Instagram Photos of the Month” segment! You can see more photos from the Bad Rhino, Inc Instagram account (@badrhinoinc) by going here. Enjoy!

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Vine Launches Custom URLs

Posted in Social Media Marketing, How To on December 20th, 2013 by

Starting Friday, Vine users will now be eligible to claim vanity URLs for their profiles. Twitter users with verified accounts will be the first to get the custom URLs, while the general population of users can claim them starting Monday. Vanity URLs are entirely optional, but it still gives users the option to make their…

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Stand Out! Build Your Personal Brand Online

Posted in How To on December 20th, 2013 by

If someone was to look for your online, what would come up when they searched your name?  Whether you’re on the hunt for a new job or just want to establish yourself as an expert in your industry, you must take the steps to establish your personal brand online. Especially if online marketing is a part…

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3 Twitter Tips for Your Small Business

Posted in Case Studies on December 19th, 2013 by

Jeff Gargas is the co-owner and lead developer with ENI Multimedia. He is a social media and online marketing strategist who works with small businesses. Prior to starting ENI, Jeff spent 15 years in the music industry and has spoken at music conferences around the country. He is also currently a regional director with USA Parkour,…

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