It’s been an incredibly busy six months. In a summer where I thought things would be eerily slow, the exact opposite happened – I joined a startup. Before I moved to the bay, I envisioned being up here at some crazy, super-tech, startup. When I did move up here two years ago, it was quite the […]
Checklist graphic design for new customers on SweatGuru.
Mark Gonzales, a well-known spoken word artist has always had a way with words. While there might be a hint of bias, he might be one of the best poets and lyricists that touches real-life issues and current events. Take three minutes and watch his newest project – the alchemy of storytelling. A story of […]
An incredible infographic by the folks at To Furious on brand color. [link]
Nike’s new “Possibilities” campaign is brilliant. Using their infamous tagline “Just do it.” once more, they’ve created a whole new level of emotion into the awesome phrase. Nike’s new campaign, “Possibilities,” inspires viewers to push their limits and strive to reach new goals through a variety of playful scenarios featuring an all-star cast of athletes […]
Helped @iFit do a Strength Training Clinic on Google+ this morning on behalf of SweatGuru, a platform for trainers to get the most of their business, online. Full video after the jump.
A fantastic (and long) infographic highlighting how to take advantage of content marketing and why. Source: Marketing Profs + DemandMetric
Today, the U.S. consumer spends an average of 2 hours and 38 minutes per day on smartphones and tablets. 80% of that time (2 hours and 7 minutes) is spent inside apps and 20% (31 minutes) is spent on the mobile web. On the fifth anniversary of the iPhone, Flurry, a mobile apps monetization and […]
Guy Kawasaki did a webinar with Vocus this week and it was full of really good insight on how to build more engagement on social media and do it in less time – something that in general is becoming more and more difficult. I’ve always looked at webinars with a two worries in mind – […]
Startup Professionals Musings: 6 Reasons Why Focus is Job One for Every StartupIt’s great to dream big, but your startup needs a laser focus in the beginning to get market and investor attention. Google did it with search engines, Apple did it with a personal computer, and even Wal-Mart did it through low prices. via […]