Monthly Archive:: November 2007

Do you Need A Web Consultant for your Black Business?

This article at Problogger by Laura Kulpa offers the Pros and Cons of making a decision to invest in a web consultant. You can profit from the experience of a professional and avoid wasting your own time on a site that remains deficient after all of your hard work but you’ll cut into your

Downloadable Website Building Checklist

Black Enterprise ran this article about a website building checklist from Maisha Walker’s Message Medium. The checklist will help you to break your (large) goal of launching your Website into small steps that can be accomplished one at a time. Before you know it, all the items will be crossed off your list! You

Black Folks are Getting Their Squidoo On

Check out the Black Squidoo Lensmasters Group if you’re currently using Squidoo. If you’re not and looking for an easy way to showcase your expertise about a product, service or topic, Squidoo is an easy way to set up a well-ranked Google page that will drive traffic to your site and provide a revenue

My 2008 Marketing Resolutions for the New Year and Beyond

Thanksgiving often signals the close of the current year as we consider our circumstances and the events of the last eleven months in preparation for a new year. 2007 isn’t over yet but as the year draws to a close and we reflect on the past while looking forward to the future, what things

Haiku Blogging to Stay Focused

Looking for a way to make the most of your internet marketing time online? Try Haiku Blogging as suggested in this post by Leo Babauta of Zen Habits as referenced by Darren Rouse of ProBlogger. Leo offers four key ways of becoming more productive and minimizing distractions by limits on your blogging hours, communication,

African Americans Still on Wrong Side of Digital Divide

New information has been released suggesing that African Americans Still Lag Online – eMarketer. Internet usage is tracked by Race and ethnicity for Whites, African Americans, Hispanics, Asians and others from 2006 and projected through 2011. Although the gap is closing, only 12% of internet users will be African American in 2011 with non-Hispanic

Make Big Money for your Black Business Blogging about Affiliate Products

Yaro Starak has a great blog called Entrepreneurs Journey where the focus is helping aspiring internet entrepreneurs in navigating the tricks and trade of the business. Some of his best posts are product reviews where he talks about both good and bad features while including affiliate links that provide him with a solid stream

Money for Young Entrepreneurs

The Ethical Black Busines Coach ran this article from Entrepreneur.com on how young entrepreneurs can obtain start up financing. It’s a good read for both young and estblished entrepreneurs who know that it’s always better to make money using somebody else’s money.

The Black Folks’ Guide to Internet Marketing: The Power of Autoresponders

Ever wonder how it seemed that as soon as you subscribed to someone’s newsletter or website mailing list that moments later you could receive a personalized acknowledgment from the site owner with words of welcome and other helpful information? Or how is it that you can sign up for a free marketing course or

Direct Marketing News » Black Owned Business Listings Offer More Than Exposure

If you’re looking for networking exposure, Business training, financing opportunities, and general exposure, then you really need to consider Black Owned Business Listings. There is no better place to list than OneMillionBlackBusinesses.com.