Thirty minutes a day is all it takes to start separating yourself from the competition in the sports business world.
How are you structuring your work day? Is there a rhyme or reason to your madness?
At Sports Networker, we compiled a resourceful list of some of the must follow sports social media blogs on the internet.
Next time you’re thinking about what you can do to better yourself, visit any one of these blogs and educate yourself on the latest trends, topics, and news surrounding social media in sports.
If you’re not particularly interested in reading a certain day, don’t worry because we have have some sports twitter chats to keep you busy as well, with one of the chats focusing on social media in sports.
Sports Social Media Blogs
Pete Cashmore founded Mashable.com — a Scottish-American website — in 2005. It’s a website primarily focusing on social media news, but it also covers news and developments in entertainment, sports, online video, memes, technology, and gadgets.
At over 50 million page views per month, Mashable.com is one of the world’s largest websites.
Sam Laird, Mashable.com’s Lead Sports and Social Media Writer, reports and writes about sports, the Internet, tech, social media, and other topics from Mashable’s San Francisco bureau. If you want to stay updated with everything pertaining to sports and Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Pinterest, Mashable.com is a MUST follow.
ESPN Playbook is a comprehensive blog covering the latest topics in sports, humor, entertainment, social media, technology, gaming, sports business and more.
It’s a great resource to keep you updated on all angles of the sports business world, including sports social media.
The Worldwide Leader’s blog will be sure to attract your attention and eventually make its way onto your favorites toolbar.
Sports Business Now
Sports Business Now is a division of row27 studios, a digital sports marketing company that concentrates on video production and development for its 170-plus clients.
SBNow is a blog focused on the latest news, trends and best practices in the sports business world.
Led by Editor-In-Chief Holly Koski, SBNow delivers daily content focusing on sales, marketing, facilities, and of course, social media.
Leaving the corporate world behind, CadChica (Sunny Cadwallader) has turned her passion for sports & Twitter into a career as a Twitter sports reporter.
One of the first ever Twitter-only reporters, Sunny finds the sports news & happenings from across the sports spectrum and covers the hot topics in sports, as viewed by media, athletes, and fans on Twitter.
Freelancing for the KXLY Broadcast Group in Eastern Washington & Idaho, CadChica now works for ESPN as a social media researcher on the show UNITE.
Fourth & 140
Founded and managed by Tom Bucheim, Fourth and 140 covers the intersection of sports and social media.
Tom writes and tweets daily about topics surrounding sports business, social media, and other related areas.
He is currently the Social Media Administrator with American Family Insurance where he leads content strategy and development for the branded social media channels, including the company’s Facebook and Twitter pages; Tom also coaches AmFam executives on social media usage.