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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Support Black Women Business Owners and Earn Rewards at BlackGirlsAllowed.net

Leigh Langston, founder of Black Girls Allowed

Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston, founder of Black Girls Allowed

Nationwide — Supporting Black women-owned businesses and finding engaging quality content for, by, and about Black women just became profitable and a lot more fun! Launched in 2017, BlackGirlsAllowed.net is a digital self-promotion platform for Black women small business owners, entrepreneurs, and job seekers. It’s now also a place to earn blockchain rewards (digital cash)!

More than 2.4 million Black women-owned businesses make up 20% of all women-owned businesses. Due to lack of funding, resources, support, and oftentimes racism Black women-owned businesses are earning the least in yearly revenue.

Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston, the owner and operator of BlackGirlsAllowed.net, calls the website a Black Girl Magic Promotion Machine. She also says, “There’s a lot of talk about supporting Black women business owners and buying Black but that sentiment seems to be regulated to Black businesses that are already well established or have a huge following. More support is needed for Black women business owners making less than $25k a year. Black Girls Allowed puts a spotlight on many of those businesses.”

How to Promote Your Business

Select Elevate Your Brand to be highlighted in an exclusive Q&A or Elevate Your Voice to feature an informative op-ed piece. Premium promotion services are coming soon. You can enter to win now!

How Sharing Content and Earning Rewards Work

Each time you share an article or page from BlackGirlsAllowed.net by clicking the orange sharpay multi-share button you earn blockchain rewards. You can share your favorite content on several networks with just one click! You receive rewards for the act of sharing and for clicks. Bonus rewards are available to women living in the United States between the ages of 35-44.

Dangerous Lee says, “Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency are the future of the internet. I believe getting in on it now is a smart idea because in 5 to 10 years it’s going to be the biggest thing in internet banking. It’s a form of investing.”

Start earning blockchain rewards now by promoting Black women founders.


Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston