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 95 awesome articles.


Facebook Live Debuts, but Only for Celebrities

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With so much attention on video streaming apps Meerkat and Periscope, it was only a matter of time before Facebook jumped on board. This week, the company announced Facebook Live, a feature in its Mentions app that allows celebrities to broadcast live videos to their followers. Of course, the drawback here is that only celebrities […]

Similar to LinkedIn, Facebook is Letting Users Test Profile Tags

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Here’s a new one for you: Facebook is currently testing a feature that would allow users to add profile tags to their pages. The tags, ranging from skills to emojis (!), are very similar to the section of LinkedIn’s website that allows your colleagues to endorse you for various skills. Via The Next Web, a Facebook spokesperson added […]

Instagram Search Finally Debuts on the Web

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Roughy one month after announcing an overhauled Search and Explore tab on mobile devices, Instagram userscan now search for hashtags, users and locations on the Web. An Instagram spokesperson told Forbes that “Web search is part of a broader commitment to improving discovery across our platforms.” While there are no new updates exclusively for Web, the […]

Why Did Twitter Do Away with User Backgrounds?

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  In case you missed it, Twitter caused quite a stir earlier this week when they removed user backgrounds from Twitter.com. Cover photos are still in tact, but the imagery users typically see on the side panels of Twitter.com are now a white/light blue color. Why the change? No one knows for sure, although the background is still […]

Should Facebook’s Floating Videos Feature Make YouTube Nervous?

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According to The Next Web, Facebook has been testing a “Floating Videos” feature that allows users to simultaneously watch videos and scroll through their News Feed with the click of a button. Essentially, this button would allow videos to be moved anywhere on the screen while users scroll through recent the latest updates from their friends and […]