How much time have you spent thinking about Pinterest in the last 60 days? I bet I can trump you, because Pinterest was heavily on my mind for the better part of January and February (and much of March, I must admit). That’s because of my ebook project, Pinning their passion and purpose – Pinterest
One of my almost-daily routines is catching up on social media news – either reading blogs I subscribe to or listening to podcasts. For health coaches and wellness pros, this probably isn’t on your to-do list. But I know from talking with you that you want to keep up on news that matters. Let me save
Many health coaches I meet want to start a blog. They believe it could help their business, and they definitely have a message to get out to the world – but they’re often hesitant to start. Mike Iamele is a corporate wellness coach, an Institute of Integrative Nutrition grad, like I am, and a very active
Social media marketing eats up a lot of time. And a lot of content. It’s the five-headed beast that always needs feeding. (Just picture those gnarly heads as being Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.) When you’re using social media to market your wellness practice, you have to make the most of your time and
One of the ideas I have for this blog is to feature health and wellness pros using social media marketing to grow and promote their businesses. I hope to feature at least one person per month – so if you’re interested in sharing your efforts on the social media front, let me know.