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 […]
Originally posted on SweatGuru, 10/10/13 With so many fitness studios, trainers and fit-pros out there today, the team at SweatGuru wants you to get the most of your digital presence. Because of all the competition, sometimes your training credentials and how many happy clients you have simply aren’t enough. Now, you need a good visual, […]
Checklist graphic design for new customers on SweatGuru.
An incredible infographic by the folks at To Furious on brand color. [link]
Living+ community keeps moving. This week’s theme: Mindfulness Flyer and info below:
The Living+ community continues with another week of sponsored challenges on our #SummerRefresh campaign thanks to FitApproach and Google. This week’s theme: Fitness Flyer and info below:
FitApproach is partnering up with Google and a bunch of health and wellness brands to run Living+, an all-encompassing community for individuals striving to better their lives on Google+ with nutrition, fitness, health and wellness. The community kicks off the community with a #SummerRefresh program, starting next week. Flyer and info below:
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.
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 […]