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Women’s Week, Day 2: Q&A with Kate Conroy, a lady who loves pinstripes

Women's Week continues with BallHyped.com's second Q&A with Yardbarker ace blogger and gold Bloggy Award winner Kate Conroy of LadyLovesPinstripes.com.

Women’s Week, Day 1: Q&A with Guys Girl Blythe Brumleve

This week is Women’s Week at BallHyped, and we’re reaching out to some of our favorite female bloggers to get their take on the state of the blogosphere, tips on creating a successful blog, how their sites are doing and ...

UPDATE: Top 1,000 Sports Bloggers on Twitter List

The Top 100 Sports Bloggers on Twitter List by @BallHyped.com founder @BMilneSLO was such a hit we decided to take it a step further and create The Top 1,000 Sports Bloggers on Twitter List. Like the previous list, it’s ...


BallHyped Blogger Q&A: Matt Hogan, ReadAndReact.net

Over the past month and a half, ReadAndReact.net has been BallHyped.com’s top contributor with more than 40 posts. In recognition of the hard work put in by the R&R gang since our initial beta launch in mid-September, BallHyped.com took some time ...

Top 100 Sports Bloggers on Twitter List

The crew at @ballhyped spent the past week combing through our favorite blogs and Twitter lists to come up with the Best Sports Bloggers on Twitter. OK, let's get this out of the way right ...

Tips on Writing for the Web

A look at some general tips to follow when writing articles, blogs or other posts for the web. • Get to the point – Web readers don’t have the time or patience to read eight paragraphs before they get to the ...


SEO Tips for Writers

For articles, blogs and other user-generated content on the web, a key to search engine optimization is using a good keyword phrase in the title and first few sentences of body text. Notice that we've said a keyword phrase. While a ...

Create Your own Social Media Site: How to Install BuddyPress on WordPress Site

It’s been called everything from “social networking in a box” to “Facebook without the terms of service,” but until earlier this year, BuddyPress was a relatively unknown outside the WordPress MU (multiple user) community. The release of BuddyPress 1.2 last month ...

The WordPress Projects You Haven’t Heard of: WPMU, BuddyPress, BBPress, BackPress

Like there are many different versions of Wordpress, there are also a handful of related side projects WordPress users should be familiar with. All of these projects are open source and GPL licensed, which means there are few restrictions to using ...

Top 25 WordPress Plugins

Now that you've got your WordPress site up and running, you need to install some plugins to get the most out of what the open source publishing platform has to offer. Most all of the plugins you'll ever need can be ...

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