Sports Blog Net is currently built on the principal of making all blogs in our network as successful as possible. We would like to increase the traffic and revenue of all bloggers who contribute to our unique site. We want sports fans to: discover, create, read, write, and build.
Our goal is to bridge the small sports blogs with the masses and give new and novice bloggers the ability to find the exposure they are looking for. We want sports fans and bloggers to have a destination that they want to visit everyday, and we wish to create a community second to none for sports bloggers.
Joe , Co-Founder, CEO
Joe has been passionate about sports his whole life, and played baseball until his athletic ability caught up with him in junior college. He has worked for a minor league baseball team, has founded numerous sports websites and currently works for a sports technology company. Joe has been involved in blogging for over five years, and often blogs at Sportstechnow.com. Follow him on Twitter at Twitter.com/sportsblognet.
Rich Spott, Co-Founder, CTO
Rich has been following sports his whole life, and developed a fascination with computers and the internet and a very young age. He has enjoyed seeing the maturation of the internet, and how it can benefit sports fans and fantasy sports owners. His addiction with sports and blogging lead him to help co-create sportsblognet.com. Rich trades stocks and designs websites in his spare time.
Brandon Schrey, Director, Business Development
Brandon has been involved with sports blogs now for over five years. His passion for sports and creative writing has helped sportsblognet.com successfully market itself and stand out in an era of high internet competition. He has worked with youth basketball camps, for an NBA team, and a major sports ticket website.
Jason Zubia, Community Relations
Jason has been active in sports since his first year in little league when he was awarded the “Hit By Most Pitches” award. He was an active swimmer, track, football and basketball player throughout high school before he found his niche working with sports blogs and working in music publishing. Community relations are a high priority for Jason and he feels sports and writing are a great way to unite the community.