The Black People’s Home Page Launched--Pixel Ads Target the African American Advertiser

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The Black People’s Home Page is based on the same principles as Alex Tew’s Million Dollar Home Page. It is one of the 1st of its kind that target’s the Black, African American community, black businesses and organizations.

The prime objective of this website is to enhance the presence of black people, black businesses and organizations online. The Million Dollar Black People’s Home Page was created by Horace Hibbert, recent University Grad. It is the goal of http://blackpeopleshomepage.com to accomplish this by means of the new advertising medium, known as Pixel Advertising.

By definition Pixel Advertising is the term given to visual advertisements on the web, which have their cost calculated dependent on the number of pixels which they occupy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixel_advertising). As a result of Alex Tew’s genius idea, he has started a new wave of internet marketing.

Alex Tew and his Million Dollar Home Page (http://www.milliondollarhomepage.com) website concept – A new advertising medium have been developed. The Black People’s Home Page is based on the same principles as Alex Tew’s website. This unique niche website aimed at African-Americans, BlackPeoplesHomePage.com is not just about a collage of links on its home page – It also possesses a web directory – One of the largest put together consisting of collection of black owned, black-run websites. Having useful content on a website will give a visitor more reason to stay around thus allowing them more time to potential see and click on your Ad placement.

The Black People’s Home Page is one of the 1st of its kind that target’s the Black, African American community, black businesses and organizations – Advertisers should take advantage of unique advertising opportunity while advertising space still remains.

Websites/businesses and organizations that are black-owned, black-run are advertisers that would be the immediate target market to advertise on http://www.BlackPeoplesHomePage.com. While advertisers who have websites, businesses or organizations that target the African-American and other world Black communities would be its secondary target market to advertise on The Black People’s Home Page.

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