Social Media Advice

The latest from the Bad Rhino team

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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The Essential Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media Marketing

Posted in Case Studies on April 11th, 2011 by

Steve Cisowski is a freelance social media consultant and copywriter. His professional background includes experience in digital marketing, advertising, social media, public relations, and corporate communications. Some of his accomplishments include winning the prestigious Wm. E. Surgner Excellence Award from the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A’s) and having one of his editorials published in…

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How Social Media Makes Drunk Girls Look Stupid

Posted in Case Studies on March 31st, 2011 by

Alright, so it’s really not just about drunk girls, but really anyone can be embarrassed through Social Media.  Dumb pictures of us, things we’ve said, or even voice mails we’ve left for someone can find their way to the web. Check out this video that plays out a voicemail some drunk girl left for a…

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How Nonprofits Can Harness the Power of Social Media

Posted in Social Media Marketing, How To on March 29th, 2011 by

Adam Britten is a senior Marketing Management major and student social media strategist @SyracuseU. Next year, he will be pursuing a Master of Digital Marketing at Hult International Business School. Follow him on Twitter @AdamBritten If I asked you all to think of businesses with social media success stories, I’d expect a lot of the…

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How to Build the Right Social Media Presence

Posted in Social Media Marketing, How To on March 23rd, 2011 by

In West Philadelphia born and raised… well no, not quite. Kyle was actually raised in the outskirts of Philadelphia. He graduated from Penn State, which means he “bleeds blue and white” and is a cheap beer connoisseur. He holds a degree in Corporate Communications and Awesomeness. While at Penn State, Kyle was on the University…

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Stepping Out and Checking In: Location Apps Boom Around the World

Posted in Case Studies on March 21st, 2011 by

This post was written by Jill Clark. She’s a girl with big dreams who loves to travel, lived in both hemispheres, and works as a social media Coach and Manager specializing in the hospitality industry. Jill coaches venues on how to create and maintain an effective social media presence and how to build and expand…

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