30 sports blogs you should be reading

Blog With Authenticity Without Getting FiredWhat sports blogs do I read?  Probably too many but when so much great material is being shared it can’t be helped.

Here is a list of 30 sports, sports business & sports marketing blogs I read regularly.

You should too, Sports Geek approved. ;)

Blog Title Latest Posts
Sportz Biz News
Peter Robert Casey
Digital Hoops Blast
Row Show
Harry’s World
Partnership Activation
Power Sponsorship
Sports Business Digest
Sportzfan Radio
The Biz of Baseball
UK Sports Network
Blog Maverick
Take a Peck
Ash Read
Ozzie Sport
Sports and a Latte
Sports Law
Sports Networker
The Business of Sports
Buzz Manager
Game Plans
Sponsor Crunch
Sponsorship Insights
The Sports Economist
Joe Favorito
Sports in 140
Dead Spin

Any more I should add to this list?
Would love to hear about your faves, hit me up with a comment.
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Welcome to Digital Sports World or #BODSW

Friday is always an action packed day on the internetz. There’s #FollowFriday to do on Twitter (What is #followfriday? Here’s my #followfriday) not forgetting the Fan Page Friday a twist on #FollowFriday to share great Facebook pages. So I thought I’d start recapping the week to give you some great links to review with your weekend reading.

Nike #NBA Post-season Twitter Mashup – great way to see the tweets flying around your NBA team (if it made the playoffs that is ping @DetroitPistons)

Major League Baseball bans MLB.com writers from using Twitter for non-baseball topics – Caused a major storm with MLB fans on Twitter, main problem was MLB didn’t want personal tweets cluttering the MLB twitter stream but most fans thought this approach was a little heavy handed.

Yahoo! boosts UK brand with Premier League rights – interesting to see the web’s big players getting more involved in sports expect this to be BIG in 2010.

Who’s Presenting Your NBA Playoffs? – A great look by @sportsandalatte at the sponsors behind the NBA Playoffs.

Rugby World Cup promotion via FlickrRWC2011 kicking off nice promotion using Flickr

Geolocation is a Game-Changer for Sports Business – Great piece from @GoSam on the work with Gowalla & New Jersey Nets

AFL stadiums, fields and ovals on FourSquare – Some great raw data on Foursquare in Australian sports from @ozziesport after #anzacswarm

NHL.com Unveils Integration With Facebook from @NHL – NHL profiled at Facebook f8 conference they have made huge digital strides in past 18 months.

Social Media Policies in Pro Sports: Q&A with Cleveland Indians PR team – A good behind the scenes look at the Tribe from @djlitten

Facebook Introduces “Suggested Pages” List – Facebook trying to get more fans (or likers) from new signups, interesting to note 30% were sports related via @Activ8Social

Facebook like’s world domination – New FB Like button opened up to all sites (as above (click if you likey)) from @mashable.

Best On Ground

This week’s BOG goes to Peter Robert Casey (@Peter_R_Casey) & Andrew Pawlowski (@pawlow34) who are wandering through the NBA online landscape with their Digital Disciple series.  Great stuff guys, so far they have covered the Nets, TimberwolvesWizards and Kings

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