Would You Spend $25 To Increase Your Internet Visibility?

For just $25 a week, here is what you get:

1. A featured web page directory listing on www.UrbanOrlandoBusiness.com
2. A floating banner on www.CommunitySteeple.com
3. Weekly Social Media exposure to over 10,000 friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter.
4. Your company's flyer information placed in over 20 local churches every month.
5. Special articles written about your industry and your involvement in it. (You may also write articles to be posted on www.CommunitySteeple.com  or www.UrbanOrlandoBusiness.com ) 6. Community Newsletter with your rotating advertising featured. (coming soon)

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What Is The African American Economic Agenda?

It is now March 2013 and Black History month is over. Now what is our agenda for the 24/7, 365 days ahead?

Lack of focus and unity still plague us. The foreclosure rate in the Black community is still 80% higher than Whites. Black unemployment shot up from 13% - 14% but the true unemployment rate is closer to 30%. 26 million Blacks lost their jobs during the Great Recession of 2009, along with all the wealth gained since 1984.

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Why Are Many African-American Home Owners One Pay Check Away From Being Homeless?

This article originally published in West Orlando News Online.

Over the past forty-years, more and more African-Americans purchased homes and thought they were finally getting their piece of the American pie and living the dream of home ownership.  

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Will you Retire in Comfort or End Up Working at Wal-Mart in your Golden Years?

This article originally published in West Orlando News Online.

In 2011, how is it even possible to save enough for retirement, when millions of middle class Americans have a full-time job and still make barely enough to get by each month?

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