Black Women Connect is an online community and social network for African American women who are career-driven and business savvy. Users connect for jobs, business building, professional networking, and girl talk.
The Connect Platform (www.connectplatform.com) is a unique tool that enables minority individuals, groups,
and organizations to create their very own social networks. The cost is 100% free to do so, but the
site owner will not own their available advertising inventory. If they are interested in selling
ad space on their social network, they can sign up for the premium option that does require a monthly fee.
The Connect Platform was created and founded by William Moss of Moss Interactive in Columbus, Ohio.
Moss is best known as the founder of HBCU Connect - the largest online social network for Black college
students and alumni.
Partners of the Connect Platform include Dante Lee of Diversity City Media also based in Columbus, Ohio.
Lee is best known as the founder of BlackNews.com and BlackStudents.com, as well as PR tools such as
BlackPR.com, BlackExperts.com, and BlackSpeakers.com
Together, Lee and Moss own BlackHistory.com - the largest online encyclopedia and social network
for African American history and culture.
To learn about our business level services visit our
Business Users section...
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