Two New African American Social Networks Launched By Lee Moss Media

Share Article and enable African American professionals to meet and interact with each other online to share resources. and are two of the latest social networks launched by Lee Moss Media - a media powerhouse that owns the largest network of premium African American web sites. Both sites, which are free to join, were launched in late August 2008. is essentially an online community for African American authors, publishers, and writers. It allows them to network and dialogue with each other about ideas, marketing techniques, book signings, related conferences and other valuable resources. Authors can promote their books for free on their profile pages, and can even connect with publishers for potential distribution deals. is an online community for African American business owners. This site, too, offers the unique ability of networking online. Members can vary from local business owners to nationally-recognized CEOs. The objective, is not necessarily to get them to do business with each other, but to share resources and tips, and dialogue about potential ways to work together.

"These sites are very unique in their functionality, especially the site for Black CEOs," says Will Moss, co-founder of Lee Moss Media. "Users of the sites are able to interact with each other like never before, and everyone within the community has the same interest."

About Lee Moss Media:
Lee Moss Media is a joint venture between Dante Lee of Diversity City Media and Will Moss of HBCU Connect. Based in Columbus, Ohio, the company owns the largest network of premium African American web properties - attracting nearly 2 million unique visitors each month. Other sites in their network include,,, and


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