The Black Blogger Network: A Productive Pen is Blog of the Day Today


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With the tag line, “The Ultimate Online Resource for Black Bloggers, Writers and Journalists,” the Black Blogger Network is the place where Black bloggers can network, promote their blog and learn new tips and strategies for growing and improving their blog. They feature articles from popular Black bloggers and writers every week, and they have a, “Black Blog of the Day,” feature where today,  this blog, ”A Productive Pen,’  is the featured blog.

I found the Black Blogger Network on the Black Business Women Online (BBWO) forum, which is one of my favorite places to hang out.  It’s a great place to network, make connections and see what other smart women are doing to grow their online and offline businesses.

So, I just wanted to send a quick ‘shout-out’ to Jessica Ann at the BNN to thank her for featuring my blog, and I thank everyone who is stopping by my blog from the BNN to check it out.

Here are a few fabulous blogs that I found on the BNN blog:

Motivated Sista
Motivating you to reach your dreams

Everything She Writes

Strength, Courage & Wisdom

Go check it out, submit an article or submit your blog to be the featured blog of the day, and while you are there check out some of the other fabulous blogs featured there.

This morning I received an email from LaShanda Henry, of BBWO and a host of other blogs for women of color in business, and she mentioned that Deanna @dedej, founder of Clutch Magazine,  who was a panelist on the first Black Blogging Rockstars panel at SXSW 2010, is pitching a new panel for SXSW 2011 called: The Elevation of Black Women in New Media. This panel will discuss issues related to black women entrepreneurs and black women bloggers online.

So, if you are a black woman blogger, if you know one, or if you would just like to give your support to the idea of listening paying more attention to the voices of black women in new media, pop on over to the SXSW website and vote for: The Elevation of Black Women in New Media.

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