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Summer Reading: 5 Books to Increase Your Social Media Knowledge

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Use downtime during the summer to catch up on your business reading list. Summer is here, and that usually means a slowdown in workload for most small business owners. The summer is a great time to rejuvenate. Taking a vacation from your small business is one way to renew yourself. Another way is to increase […]

Keyword Planning for Facebook Advertising: Alternatives to Google’s Keyword Tool

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Without a keyword plan, it’s hard to plan any online marketing or advertising initiative — nearly impossible. Inbound marketing, on Facebook or any other site, depends upon solid SEO, which is based on strategic keyword planning and usage. Content still matters, but if the right words aren’t used in that content, words and phrases that […]

6 Awesome Social Media Blogs the Bad Rhino Team Loves

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It’s the last day of 2013, and we’re very thankful for all of the people that make the Bad Rhino Rumblings blog what it is. From our own Rhinos to our awesome team of social media bloggers, and, of course, our loyal readers, we want you to know that we appreciate every comment, tweet and […]

Review: Choosing the Right Platform for Your Blogging Needs

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More and more blogs are being created each day from individuals hoping to start a new hobby, create a new business, or share their opinion on fashion, politics, pop culture, etc. The list goes on and on as to why people want to start blogging, but one thing remains the same – choosing the right […]

The Karmic Way: Rules of the Twitterverse

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One of the favorites in my social media book library is The Tao of Twitter by Mark W. Schaefer. The first time I read it, I was so happy that someone had finally put words to what I’ve always felt people who haven’t truly immersed themselves in Twitter have trouble understanding – the reciprocal nature and “genuine authenticity,” as Schaefer calls it, […]