Last week, I told you all about the new dripthat app for photo sharing. What sets dripthat apart from other social media platforms is that you control the speed at which your content is distributed. No worries about flooding your stream with content – space it minutes, days, even weeks out. You also get to control who gets to see your images and videos. Want to tell your stories with the world? Make them public. Have something you’d like to share with a select few? Keep them private. You can also specify groups that get to see specific things.
When I first discovered it, I though it would be great to use to share my foodie adventures. While it’s great for sharing recipes, it has some other cool uses I wanted to share with my fitness-minded friends.
- Trying a new healthy recipe? Show us your step-by-step photos of the cooking process.
- Share your transformation story sequentially by taking a photo each week and then compiling them in a “drip” once you reach your goal weight (more on how to take fitness photos here).
- Training for a 5K, 10K, marathon or other athletic competition? Create a “drip” to to represent your story from training to race day and the post-race celebration.
- Participating in our challenge groups? Create a “drip” to log your food and exercise each day and share with your private accountability partners.
Let me know if this is something you’d be interested in! Also, comment below with your ideas on which dishes I should make, what I should review, and what cooking techniques you’d like to learn. When dripthat launches I’ll post another blog post invite to tell you how to sign up and how to find me.
This information is on behalf of dripthat.