Charlotte, NC — Ebonomy, Inc. aims to change the face of the web with its new Afrocentric website at www.ebonomy.com. The tech start-up company recently received a $100,000 investment from JHP Industrial Supply Company, Inc., which is a Black-owned wholesale distributor for the plumbing, heating, and industrial industry based in Syracuse, NY.
The new website features a niche search engine to promote Black businesses as well as various applications to connect Black business owners and consumers. The website aids thousands of Black-owned businesses in increasing their revenue through advertising opportunities. Users are able to generate wealth through the website’s affiliate program and website owners can earn commission through Ebonomy’s pay-per-click publisher program. Users are also granted a fast and simple way to access Black businesses and content through a keyword search on the website.
“Ebonomy.com is a way to spread information and content that will foster growth within the Black community. It’s time for Black-owned businesses to have a tech platform that caters to them,” says Jeffrey Allen, Jr., CEO at Ebonomy, Inc. “It’s time to bridge the gaps between Black-owned businesses and consumers who want to support them.”
Business owners are invited to subscribe at www.ebonomy.com for $100 in free advertising for a limited time. To learn more about Ebonomy, Inc. and to receive the latest updates, follow them on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/ebonomy), Twitter (@ebonomy), and Instagram (@ebonomyweb).
About Ebonomy, Inc.:
Ebonomy, Inc. is a technological startup corporation founded by brothers Clayton and Jeffrey Allen, Jr. The corporation is currently headquartered in Charlotte, NC and will soon open a second office in Atlanta, GA. The mission of Ebonomy, Inc. is to promote a collective vision for black economic empowerment, growth, and cultural appreciation by providing a technological platform whose primary purpose is to disseminate Afrocentric content, news, events, and ideas.
Ebonomy, Inc. also markets Black-owned businesses, offers networking tools for members of the Black community, and provides a simple and organized way to access and search for information relevant to the Afrocentric community.
For more information, please contact Jeffrey Allen, Jr. at (404) 565-4254 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org