Comtactics, an Internet Marketing Solutions Firm Has Deployed Their Second Social Network,

Sean and Shawntay Fields, husband and wife team and owners of Comtactics LLC have developed what they consider to be the Black cultural-connection. A web site that offers news, networking and free press release distribution.

Dayton, OH, December 29, 2007 --( Deployed November of 2007, is the only black-owned and operated web based media outlet with a high concentration on Black professionals in other countries.

The primary focus of the site is not only to inform and empower Black professionals world-wide but also to make a cultural-connection through the professional Social Network community that allows for profile building and video chatting.

Inspired by several trips to various countries in Africa, Sean and Shawntay felt compelled to use their talents to create a vehicle that informs and educates Black people about issues that directly affect them.

“We have to create avenues that help resolve issues we deal with as a race. Most of our concerns are race related disparities that go beyond nationality, therefore; we plan to have advice offered on our site from experts around the globe,” stated Sean. has had over 20 thousand page views within the first 30 days of the launch and is on track to be amongst the major black traffic sites (AOL Black Voices and within the next 12 months. “We have attracted journalists, reporters and even professors from not only the U.S. but from other countries that send us stories about issues that they know will not be broadcasted on popular networks,” said Shawntay. “That’s what makes us unique, we are not controlled by a major company like Time Warner or AOL, therefore we have the freedom to promulgate information without political parameters,” she added.

Web site design and the development of Social Networks are not new to the husband and wife team who created their first community site in 2006 called Their company, Comactics LLC, has been in business for over 3 years providing services for companies such as the United Way, Job Corps, the Urban League and the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. “Our past experience in multimedia design and application development has paid off for us. Having the freedom to research the industry combined with the skills to act on opportunities has been priceless,” stated Sean.

Comtactics plans on deploying several other communities as well as a WebTV site with a well known Black network that is anticipating a broadband program launch in 2008.

Sean Fields