Cal-Hi Sports is the leader in California high school sports coverage.
They’ve held that title for over 35 years.
After bouncing around between a few different online outlets over the last few years, they’ve now found a permanent independent home at CalHiSports.com.
They brought me aboard to handle the website redesign and site launch. This new site gives them a chance to take their coverage of California high school sports to a whole new level.
With over 4,400 Facebook Likes, Cal-Hi Sports has a loyal online following in addition to their offline readers over the last few decades. With this new website, their readers can check out the latest information in an even more accessible way, and they get some exciting new premium content. CONTINUE READING
“It’s not what you know. It’s who you know.”
You’ve probably heard that phrase before. Maybe you agree with it — but does that agreement come with a groan?
What words pop into your head when you think of networking?
Sleazy? Fake? Uncomfortable? Business cards?
I hear a lot of that. And I think that’s a shame. Because I know that networking doesn’t have to be that way.
My friend Rahul Bhambhani and I have launched a new project called Magical Networking, in which we teach you how to connect with the perfect people for you in a way that feels natural and authentic. CONTINUE READING
(Updated June 4, 2014)
Nick Hauselman is a basketball coach who is well-known online for his popular BBALLBREAKDOWN YouTube channel, where he breaks down film from NBA games in a way that’s accessible for the average NBA fan.
The channel has exploded in popularity since Coach Nick joined up with SBNation. BBALLBREAKDOWN now has over 144,000 subscribers on YouTube.
It’s easy to see why.
Unlike many members of the people who speak in generalities and pontificate only about things like “effort” and “heart,” Nick goes into the X’s and O’s of the game in an understandable way.
Nick’s breakdowns offers a refreshing NBA perspective from someone who understands the game as a coach. CONTINUE READING
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