FitBloggin’16 Session Description: 25 Smartphone Video Tips, Tricks, and Tactics You Can Use Today with Rocky Walls

Smart phones have made video creation simple. Today there are countless inexpensive tools and apps that let you capture, edit, and publish beautiful videos from your phone. But many people are still reluctant or unsure of how to incorporate video content into their marketing. In this session we’ll share simple, straight-to-the-point, tips, tricks, and tactics for creating higher quality video … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’16 Session Description: Pulling Yourself Back on the Weight Loss Wagon with David Garcia

  “I’ll start eating better again on Monday.” “This month has been crappy, but I’ll lose weight next month.” “No matter what I do, I can’t lose any more weight.” How many times have you heard sentences like these in your life? How many times have you said them yourself? It's very common when you're losing weight, or trying to keep it off, to hit a wall. Maybe it's a … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’16 Session Description: Be a Consistent Blogger…Forever! with Schnelle Acevedo

    "I wish I could blog more." "I don't know what to write about." "I get so revved up for blogging and before you know it life gets crazy and I haven't blogged for six months." Do you see yourself in any of these statements? I sure do. In my first year of blogging, I posted once or twice a week, all on different days and only when I was inspired. For the last four … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’16 Session Description: Super Simple SEO with Jessica Woodbury

Learn what Google is looking for and how to increase search traffic to your site without using any complicated technical stuff. Get the basics on how your content and your network can earn you better search rankings, and thus, better traffic. These simple, actionable strategies will show you why you don’t need a plugin or a checklist to get good SEO. … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’16 Session Description: What Need for Speed? Being a Slower Runner with Jill Grunenwald

In a world of hares, what’s a tortoise to do? Running can present obstacles for people of all ages and abilities, but when you are a back-of-the-pack runner (or walker), being slow brings additional challenges that faster runners sometimes take for granted. Moderated by a runner who has come in last place three times, but has also completed three half-marathons, this session will tackle those … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’ Alumni Interview with Thea Rudland

Thea Rudland of It's Me vs. Me Years attended: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 FitBloggin' Advisory Board Member Twitter | Facebook | Instagram  What is FitBloggin' to you? Fitbloggin' is my safe place. It is my yearly reset button and an opportunity to gather with people and say "Hey! ME TOO!!" about a ton of different things. How has the FitBloggin' community impacted your own … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’16 Session: How to Get 100 Comments on Each Blog Post with GiGi Dubois

Traffic! Traffic! Traffic! So many bloggers out there think the most important aspect of blogging (if they want to start pitching themselves to brands for sponsorship opportunities) is how many people visit their blog. Sure, brands are interested in your visitor count, but these days, it’s much more about the INTERACTION on your blog, versus how many eyes see your blog. Honestly, half of those … [Read more...]

FitBloggin’16 Session: Emotionally Healthy Living with Brooke Randolph, LMHC

We all know what it takes to maintain physical health, but do we manage our stress, invest in our relationships, and practice the habits most important to emotional health? When we are not emotionally healthy, our physical health suffers and it becomes more and more difficult to lose weight, sleep well, and manage other essential aspects of our daily lives. This session will cover the many … [Read more...]