Sunday, July 25, 2010
Expansion Plans Ready - A Modest Proposal
The long-awaited expansion at SBPDL is about to commence. However, to accomplish this task a favor must be asked of readers.
Notice in the upper left-hand corner of this website a "donate" button appears. If you have enjoyed this website for the roughly 400 days it has been online, consider making a donation to help facilitate this expansion.
The sole reason donations are asked for at this time is to help pay for a professional web-designer. I truly love doing this blog and only desire to finally expand for maximum exposure.
In the process of being online, both Facebook and Google have taken extraordinary measures to censor this website. Now, the time is finally right to strike back with the unveiling of a professionally designed website.
It might come as a shock to many reading, but the entire operation of SBPDL is a one-person endeavor (save a heroic individual who has volunteered to edit many of the posts) and it is believed that much more can be accomplished with the expanded website.
So, if you have enjoyed reading this website consider making a donation to help off-set the costs of the expansion. This website was created to educate the world about Black people in the United States of America and this task will continue as the pillars that hold aloft Black Run America (BRA) shake with each passing day.
Your donation will be appreciated and will be put to good use. If you have been reading this website for sometime, then you have a vested interest in its continued existence and a donation should be considered an investment in SBPDL's growth.
It's not like we are asking for $1 million dollars, just whatever donation you can give to help off-set the costs that will accompany the move to a new design (which will include a weekly podcast and yes, a Youtube news-type show) and vastly improved website.
Thank you for your continued reading of SBPDL and thank you for any donation you can give.
You have seen what can be accomplished by one person who invests a little bit of time into a website, without asking for donations in the process of building that distinct brand.
Now, imagine what your donation can help create.
Posted by Stuff Black People Don't Like at 11:15 AM