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 84 awesome articles.


5 Strategies That Make Managing Multiple Social Media Accounts a Breeze

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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.    . My daily job responsibilities include managing more than 30 social media accounts. No, I’m not kidding you. I work for […]

Just Announced: Twitter’s Audience Insights Tool

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Today, Twitter announced a new tool called Audience Insights that aims to help marketers and advertisers alike better understand their audiences on Twitter. The tool will now provide advertisers extremely detailed information about their customers, ranging from lifestyle and interests to TV viewing behavior. Since Audience Insights provides valuable details about the people who are […]

What You Should Know About the New Hootsuite Ads Tool

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If you spend a lot of time creating ads on Facebook, you’ll want to listen up. Hootsuite has anounced a brand new ads tool that aims to help business owners create high-performing ads in just two clicks. Hootsuite, well known for their social media dashboard, wants to help businesses save time and money and take […]

Debut of Instant Articles Means Better Storytelling on Facebook

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With the debut of Instant Articles, Facebook has found a way for users to read stories and watch videos from their favorite publishers within the friendly confines of Facebook. Yes, it’s true – users no longer have to leave the network to read articles from publishers such as National Geographic and The New York Times.  Since […]

Facebook is Removing Deactivated Profiles to Make Page Likes More Relevant

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Facebook wants to show business owners that their data is consistent and up-to-date by removing memorialized and deactivated profiles from Pages’ like counts, according to a Facebook for Business post. Facebook acknowledges that pages will see “small dips” in likes over the next few weeks, but also emphasizes that these changes will be beneficial. The company states […]