MLBloggers on MLB.com homepage
How do you like the new MLB.com homepage? We just relaunched it overnight. It’s a tradition at the start of every season, all based on a lot of around-the-clock data research and feedback and use of technology. And as always, it takes some getting used to. Then after a day or two you can’t even remember what the old version looked like. You can leave your comments on our company blog. Get ready for a lot of major changes, including all club homepages and…
Right here. (After three years…I can’t wait.)
One thing I am sure you will love about the new MLB.com homepage: We will excerpt and link to a different/interesting MLBlog every day. Started with a Braves fan. I encourage MLBloggers to leave comments here with exactly what you would love included in that spot…that was about 14 words for that space at the bottom of the MLB.com hompage. It will make it a little easier than us trying to scan through countless blogs, and it’s going to be infinitely harder very soon.
Great post about blogging by Paul Bodin at nytimes.com today. Worth a look. I especially like the kicker quote: "I can’t stop reloading." Anyone who has profiles all over the Internet can relate.