Nick LaRosa

Nick LaRosa is a Social Media Specialist for Bad Rhino, Inc, as well as their current Blog Manager. He is a 2013 graduate of Cabrini College and previously served as Bad Rhino's Blog Manager Intern. He has vast experience with social media and blogging, and is constantly reading up on everything pertaining to social media marketing. You can get in touch with Nick by sending him an email or reaching out to him on Twitter: @nlarosa62.

Nick has written 90 awesome articles.


Why Separating Social Channels Might Be Your Best Idea Yet

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Lesya Liu is a blogger at The Social Media Current, a photographer and a social media expert. Her passion lies in art and marketing (and combining the two). You can find her on Twitter: @LesyaLiu.    . In my previous blog post, I discussed how to manage multiple social accounts of the same brand. But why is it [...]

Instagram Makes Major Changes to Explore, Adds Trending Tags

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Earlier this week, Instagram announced major changes to Instagram Search and their Explore section, as well as trending hashtags. For starters, users will now see new curated collections such as “Extreme Sports” and “Ancient Ruins.” Clicking on these collections will lead to suggested accounts to follow based on their appropriate categories. In other big news, searches on [...]

Fine Tune Your Facebook Timeline with “See First” Feature

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According to TechCrunch, Facebook is testing a “See First” feature that would allow users to see recent posts from their best friends and favorite pages as soon as they log on to the site. This move is yet another way Facebook wants to improve the user experience. Facebook users can already receive notifications from friends and pages of [...]

Twitter Direct Messages No Longer Limited to 140 Characters

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It’s been a busy week for Twitter. After news broke that CEO Dick Costolo would be leaving the company, Twitter’s Developer Team announced that direct messages will no longer be limited to 140 characters beginning in July. The move could be great for customer service communication between brands and personal accounts, as everything can now [...]

Facebook Business Pages Could Soon Use “Saved Replies”

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Aiming to improve the online customer service experience, Facebook is testing a “Saved Replies” feature that could soon be utilized by all business pages. The feature would save business owners time by allowing them to simply write and save a response that they frequently send out to customers, as opposed to having to type out a new [...]