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Introducing - OnixLink.com - the African-American Who, What, Where Guide

New African-American focused web portal launches today to give African-Americans an attractive and viable social networking platform for rating and reviewing their Hot Spots in various cities across the U.S. A dynamic web platform, which offers blogging, and an event calendar, neighborhood data, chatting, groups, and video - OnixLink.com seeks to put a positive spin on the internet for the African-American community as it seeks to showcase the best of the culture for social interests, business, literature, and music.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 13, 2009 -- OnixLink.com is online to provide the African-American community a diverse web portal of information, services, and features. Chief among the features of the site will be its Hot-Spot Directory and Survey of black opinions on various social gathering spots such as churches, clubs, restaurants, hair salons, barbershops, neighborhoods and more.

Members of OnixLink.com will operate within a social networking environment, which promotes positivity and averts the typical pop-cultural topics for more substantive topics which affect their everyday lives. The site dedicates itself to providing the black community with a clean, dynamic, and interactive forum for exchange of ideas and opinions on various topics. Members and guests are free to submit reviews and ratings of the places and businesses they are familiar. Every member will have access to his or her own blog. The site will present information in a city guide format that makes the details of the places, events, businesses, and news relevant and tangible to the end user.

OnixLink.com integrates the concepts of social and business networking, where all members are able to form groups, exchange private messages, chat, upload videos, photos. The portal features an extensive business directory where listings are free for all businesses. Where OnixLink takes things to the next level is where unlike most typical business directories, consumers and business owners are able to exchange comments as a result of user submitted reviews and ratings.

OnixLink is proud to offer itself to the black community as its first reliable resource to get destination information from our cultural perspective. Until now, the black consumer has had few options on the internet for identifying social gathering locations with a perspective like their own. No more will members of the community travel either locally or afar wondering what there is for them to patronize or participate in. OnixLink is dedicated foremost to presenting African-Americans a forum for substantive and palpable topics that are absent from the mainstream media. Black Writers, Artists, and others who don't get deserved attention from the mass media will find a home here at OnixLink. The site will routinely afford all an opportunity to present their stories as featured guests of the site, to promote their interests whether literary, music, art, or business.

All are welcome to come see the world as we see it at OnixLink.com - The African-American Who, What, Where Guide.

OnixLink.com wholly owned by 180 Link Media Inc, based currently Charlotte NC. The company is 100% minority owned and encourages diversity of thought and operations.

Phone inquiries should be directed to Howard White - President, or James Springer - V.P. Marketing at 1-888-999-0480.

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