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How the 70/20/10 Rule Applies to Social Content

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Marc Vasquez is the Interactive Marketing Manager at UMB Financial Corporation. Marc is also the 2014 Greater Kansas City PRSA chapter president. When he’s not doing one of those two things, you can find him @vasquez007. .   I’ve never thought of myself as a hero. In fact, I’m more of a sidekick. Since I can remember, my 7-year-old son doesn’t […]

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 […]

5 Reasons Your Blog Needs a Newsletter

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Just over a year ago, we all said a final farewell to Google Reader. It was how I consumed almost all of the content I read, so sitting at my desk, tears were shed. Black was worn. A memorial service was planned, but not carried out, since I realized this actually was not the end of the world. […]

5 Points to Review Before Publishing Your Next Blog Post

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Mickey Baines is the President & Founding Partner at Fourth Dimension Partners, a higher education consulting practice. In addition, he appears regularly as an on-air guest for QVC and co-hosts a local TV show in central Pennsylvania. You can tweet Mickey at @4DPartners.   . . . If you know me, or been on my site, then you know […]

Animate Your Marketing: 3 Ways to Incorporate GIFs

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Who doesn’t love animated GIFs? Tumblr users certainly do. BuzzFeed’s practically built a business on how much people love them. If pictures say a thousand words, imagine how much a 4-second animated picture could tell your audience! So why wouldn’t you want to try to incorporate them into your marketing strategy. I remember this past […]