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Reach Thousands with New Online Black Business Directory
RegalMag.com Launches Unique Online Directory Committed to Serving the Black Community
Houston, TX (November 20, 2009)-RegalMag.com/Classifieds, the preeminent online magazine for African Americans, seeks to turn the online community into the new virtual Black community of the 21st century.
“In many Black communities throughout this country, even if someone wanted to patronize a Black-owned business, it would be difficult to locate them,” explains RegalMag.com publisher/founder Todd A. Smith. “However, RegalMag.com/Classifieds will build bridges between Black consumers, Black-owned businesses, and Black entrepreneurs.”
Not only does RegalMag.com/Classifieds allow users to search for Black-owned business, such as barbers, beauticians, churches, lawyers and doctors, it also allows users to search for job openings that are aimed at Black applicants.
“Despite the current recession,” Smith says, “jobs will soon become available again in great numbers, and companies looking to hire from within the Black community will have the perfect platform to find these jobs seekers through RegalMag.com/Classifieds.”
RegalMag.com/Classifieds can help small businesses, associations and non-profits connect with their customers and provides them with an easy effective and affordable way to reach thousands. For only $25 using Pay Pal, business owners can post a 90 day ad by simply creating an account and inputting business contact information and a description of their services.
RegalMag.com/Classifieds is a product of RegalMag.com, an online magazine catering to African American men launched by Smith in November 2006. The magazine has a readership of 65% male and 35% female, making it ideal for businesses that want to reach Black women as well. The magazine attracts about 20,000 monthly visitors with over 50,000 visiting RegalMag.com/Classifieds since its launch.
RegalMag.com features national content and tackles such prevalent issues as relationships, sports, fashion, health, finances, as well as political and social issues currently affecting Black men.