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James "Jim" Neusom, is the founder and publisher of the City Lights Reporter an online news journal (50,000 subscribers) that focuses on afrocentric and multicultural technology based, issues, people, and websites.

Mr. Neusom has 20 years experience in communications and Internet technology. He has a national reputation and donates his time to teach and encourage minority owned business to get involved in Internet technology. As an online professional he specializes in e-commerce software, and Internet promotions.

He is an expert in developing opt-in mailing list and online marketing techniques. Mr. Neusom founded and manages City Lights Software the number one developer of Afrocentric and Multicultural software in the country.

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Friday, April 2, 2010 (1 comments)      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon
Inglewood CA Goes Wireless Thanks To Black Business Manchester:One Community Wi-Fi Network Project

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Blacks Sue Banks over Home Loans Lenders have been targeting Blacks for sub-prime loans...Now Blacks are targeting them!

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Angels Continue To Be #1 Source Of Start-up Capital CVR study found that although minorities and women acceptance rates were in line with the total population of entrepreneurs, they're less likely to seek angel funding.