Newark, DE, February 28, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Web Business Advocate and Radio Personality, Chris Curtis, celebrates the anniversary of The Web Business Ownership Series and is featured in the March issue of Black Enterprise.
This time last year, there were approximately 73 million domains in use on the web. Now, with almost 100 million domains registered and active*, its evident that people are taking Web Business Ownership seriously - both the company and the concept.
In March of 2007, Chris Curtis of Web Business Ownership, LLC, launched her web portal to enlighten business owners and entrepreneurs about the opportunities that the Internet affords to create and supplement incomes. The Web Business Ownership Series, with its dynamic Millionaire Coaches, Business Experts and celebrities, has become one of the Internet's most valuable business resources, empowering users to actively participate in the development of their online pursuits.
Curtis has appeared as a guest on several television and radio shows and is currently featured in the March issue of Black Enterprise Magazine, showcasing her efforts. "Being in the March issue is especially exciting because we're celebrating the anniversary of the Web Business Ownership Series. The Black Enterprise Magazine feature has been the icing on our anniversary cake!"
WBO's methodologies to help business owners build, manage, and grow an online business reach well past the computer. In fact, a 3-day teleseminar scheduled for April, moderated by Business Credit Specialist and Motivational Speaker, April Mason, will teach small business owners how to get business credit without using their personal credit. "WBO represents a well-rounded approach to doing business online. The web business part is just one facet. We address the business ownership part as well," says Curtis. "Our goal is to encourage people to build profitable businesses online, and not just pretty web pages."
In just a few weeks, the site will hold a session offering an in-depth look at the "backstage" marketing tactics some web site owners are using to increase sales and revenue. For a small investment of $69, users stand to recoup the cost exponentially, provided they take advantage of the information and put the concepts to work.
For those who prefer auditory stimulation, Web Business Ownership's Sunday radio program, The WebWise Business Show, airs at 6pm EST. The unparalleled business/technology discussions have attracted celebrities, Olympians, authors, speakers, and business intellects nationwide. Guests of the WebWise Business show have included Randal Pinkett, Season 4 winner of the Apprentice, TV Personality, Matthew Lesko, Olympian, Bonnie St. John, and Actress/Author, Bern Nadette Stanis of the TV show, Good Times. The show lineup for 2008 has NY Times Best Selling Author, Zane booked for March 16th, with goals of attracting more business owners, CEO's, and celebrities to share their internet business experiences throughout in the year.
In the meantime, Web Business Ownership shows no signs of slowing down. People are embracing the knowledge of the savvy professionals who share their trials and triumphs at the WBO web site, and learning how to compete in an arena where the possibilities are limitless. No small feat for Curtis who says, "2008 is going to be a phenomenal year for Small Business Owners. By networking, collaborating, and learning from each other, we'll reach levels of success beyond our wildest dreams."
*Statistics from DomainTools.com