Columbus, OH (PRWEB) December 2, 2008
It was a year ago when Dante Lee launched his daily blog as a free resource for African American entrepreneurs and business owners. Now with 10,000 monthly readers, DanteLee.com is arguably one of the most popular blogs of its kind.
Free to subscribe to, the blog is designed to create more successful Black-owned businesses. Visitors and subscribers receive free daily advice, tips, and strategies to help them with their entrepreneurial pursuits.
Lee, who is the 27-year old president and CEO of Diversity City Media and co-founder of Lee Moss Media, started blogging to allow others to pick his brain. His goal was to give readers the impression that they have their very own business coach. His content consists of relevant news summaries and tidbits, book reviews, upcoming business events, original hard-hitting commentaries, and little known secrets.
"Black-owned businesses are nearly three times as likely to fail than other businesses," Lee says. "My goal is help Black entrepreneurs succeed, and avoid making the critical mistakes."
Interested ones can subscribe free to the blog at: http://www.DanteLee.com
A blog (also known as a web log) is a Web-based publication consisting of regularly updated entries or articles displayed in reverse chronological order. Blogs read like a diary or journal, and are 100% free to subscribe to. Other notables that have blogs include: Donald Trump, Al Roker, Bill Maher, Star Jones, and Paris Hilton.
ABOUT DANTE LEE:
Dante Lee is a best-selling author and the founder of Diversity City Media - an African American marketing and public relations firm. Founded in the year 2000 and based in Columbus, Ohio, his award-winning company helps Fortune 500 advertisers reach African American consumers through online advertising methods and unique PR strategies.
The company is highly regarded in the multicultural marketing industry, and has annual billings of more than $500,000. Their clients include Nationwide Insurance, Choice Hotels, McDonald's, BET, NASCAR, Marriott, Verizon, Toyota, and TV One.