Social Media Advice

The latest from the Bad Rhino team

Passion is Overrated, BS Social Media Currency

Posted in Reflections on September 1st, 2011 by

Jay Dolan is a failed classical singer and an angry social media nerd. Jay is the author of The Anti-Social Media, a social media humor and criticism blog listed as a top 10 Social Media Blog by Social Media Examiner. He has blogged on and off for over a decade, mostly about how much cooler…

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How to Build Your Twitter Style

Posted in How To, Twitter on August 29th, 2011 by

Steph Parker is a public relations and social media professional working in Philadelphia. She truly has a passion for her industry, and loves finding new ways to connect with people in the digital world. You can follow Steph on Twitter @stephparker, or online at www.stephparker.me. If there’s one thing that’s certain, it’s that social media…

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Social Media Tools for Internal Communication Strategies

Posted in Case Studies on August 25th, 2011 by

Harrison Kratz is the Community Manager for MBA@UNC, a program offered through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which allows students to obtain an MBA online from anywhere in the world. He sticks to his entrepreneurial roots as the founder of the global social good campaign, Tweet Drive. Feel free to connect with him on Twitter, @KratzPR!  …

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How to be a Good Social Media Client

Posted in Case Studies on August 24th, 2011 by

Migdalia is a social media specialist in Philadelphia with a range of clients in different industries. She loves to find great bloggers and websites and share them with the world on www.ohmydalia.com. Her interests range from emerging media, fashion, photography, graphic design and food along with all beautiful things inbetween! You can chat her up on Twitter…

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Working with Your Social Media Consultant: Do’s & Don’ts

Posted in Case Studies on August 21st, 2011 by

Alisha Miranda is a freelance writer and social business consultant. With over 5 years of start-up experience, she’s turned her wealth of DIY knowledge into a full-time solopreneur career coaching young professionals and business owners on social media marketing. When not attached to her Macbook, she’s enjoying TV show marathons, a good burger, and cold…

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It’s Not Magic: How to Become an Expert in Your Niche

Posted in Social Media Marketing, How To on August 15th, 2011 by

Michelle Bizon is a recent Ithaca College journalism graduate, passionate about social media, communications and higher education. At any given moment, she’s probably cheering on the Phillies, obsessing over NCIS or baking … and tweeting about said endeavors. Her daydreams usually involve some combination of rock climbing, hiking, the Poconos and Scotland. Komodo dragons were lucky. They…

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Quick Tip: How to Delete a Facebook Page

Posted in Facebook, How To on August 11th, 2011 by

We were recently called on to help one of our clients delete one of the Facebook pages associated with their account.  While deleting a page may seem like an easy task, I’m not sure many people have had to actually go through and toss their fan pages.  Most people tend to just leave the page…

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Join the Bad Rhino Blogging Team!

Posted in Announcements on August 4th, 2011 by

Before jumping into bizzzzneesss, here’s a quick update on what’s been going on. We launched Bad Rhino just four months ago and we’re really beginning to pick up steam!  Our clients are all very different from each other, which is exciting because we’re able to use social media in different ways to help spread the…

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The Ultimate Guide to Optimizing Your Blog's Reach

Posted in How To on August 3rd, 2011 by

Laura-Lee Walker is the blogger behind Mybeak Social Media, where she helps folks navigate the world of technology, especially social media, by creating a fun space for her community to read, share, and experience social media together.  Social Media is her passion, and Laura-Lee has been known to eat it, breath it and have been known to…

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7 Harsh Truths About Social Media

Posted in Case Studies on April 27th, 2011 by

The following guest blog post is written by Ross Simmonds, a self described Modern-Day Adman, Entrepreneur and Blogger. Ross is passionate about digital marketing, the resurgence of cool and entrepreneurship. Follow him on Twitter @TheCoolestCool. Once in a while I get an email from a fellow blogger or small business owner expressing their lack of…

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