Facebook testing self-destructing posts

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Facebook is testing a new feature which allows people to publish a post but schedule how long it appears on their Facebook for. Users are able to set a time when they want the post to disappear from their timeline. The post can last from 1 hour to 7 days, which is called “Choose Expiration”.  […]

How Un-Flashy Companies Can Have Great Social Media

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  Let’s face it: when you sell a fun product, like cars or pizza or clothing, it’s not too hard to have fun social media accounts. You can talk about the latest apps that can be integrated with your car’s stereo system, or send out a coupon for a two-for-Tuesday deal on pies, or tweet […]

Join the Bad Rhino Social Media Blogging Team!

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Hello, fellow Rhinos! If you read our Rumblings blog often, you know that we’re very lucky to receive great submissions from some of the brightest and most passionate social media minds in the business. However, we’re always looking to find more writers to produce great content to be featured on Rumblings and engage our targeted […]

Are You Using Social Monitoring to Tomorrow’s Standards?

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As companies and organizations have begun to embrace social media, they have been “listening” to what customers are saying about their brand. This has been an effective channel for understanding their customers’ perception of their services and products. This approach has also allowed companies to address service issues in a more responsive way when customers […]

What Every Business Needs In Their Marketing Toolkit

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Annaliese Henwood is the Content Marketing Specialist with Virtual Forge, Inc. Follow her on Twitter for marketing tips and advice. . . What is supposed to be in a marketing toolkit? It honestly depends on who your target audience is, but there are some things every business and organization needs to consider adding: An online presence A […]