Iceman Baldy Announces the New and Improved Black Internet Marketing Forum

The Black Internet Marketing Forum was started in the Fall of 2007 as a means for collaboration and networking between internet marketers of color. It is not a forum focused on difference or being exclusionary, many of our members are not black, however; it is intended to provide a learning and sharing environment for those who are members of this niche.

Since 2007, the forum has focused on growing its membership and increasing the number of quality posts for ongoing reference by members and visitors. Membership on the forum is free and all are also encouraged to submit their extended posts as articles in the Articles Directory. Several social groups have also been started on the forum to include groups for members who also use Twitter, Squidoo, Facebook and other social networks.

A recent addition to the forum is the Rockstar Internet Marketing Vault. A paid subscription area that features monthly updates for all subscribers. Among the updates are substantial internet marketing guides, weekly internet marketing lessons, an ebook library, internet marketing tools, Private Label Rights and Master Resell Rights product packages and complimentary registrations for online marketing email courses.

African-Americans and other internet marketers of color have been involved in internet marketing at the highest levels and success in this field is available to any person without regard to color or creed who works hard and adheres to the fundamentals of effective internet marketing. The Black Internet Marketing Forum is just another way of providing helpful assistance to those who have an interest in joining a community of like-minded professionals who are passionate about sharing their experiences–successes and failures–with others who want to Live, Give, Learn and Earn.

Iceman Baldy is founder of Black Marketing Media, parent company for One Million Black Businesses.com, the Black Internet Marketing Forum, and Iceman Baldy.com. He has interests in technology, entrepreneurship, and personal development and is an advocate for each through his websites and weblog.

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