TME offers early bird membership rate for new business directory service

The MinorityEye is South Carolina’s largest Minority focused digital news outlet, with over 100,000 weekly visitors from across the globe. Now, we’re giving entrepreneurs an opportunity to be highlighted in The MinorityEye’s newly redesigned website by having their business featured in the TME Directory.

For an introductory annual rate of $19.99*, business directory members receive a full page listing and a unique url on The In addition, members will have priority placement in our two weekly event eblasts The Weekend Wink and The Week-in-A-Blink, which are sent to over 80,000 local Midlands residents and priority distribution of your company’s press releases to our national subscription list of over 300,000 readers. Lastly, directory members benefit from a 20% discount off of our standard advertising rates as well as a 20% discount off of TME workshops and events.

The introductory rate will be offered only until September 5, 2015. After the deadline, membership rates will go up to the regular yearly cost of $75. Interested members are encouraged to join early, as there are a limited number of introductory membership opportunities.

*Introductory rate does not include taxes or fees. The rate is valid for the first year of membership only. Rates for subsequent years are subject to increase to the full price of $75.

Click on the button below to sign-up for the introductory rate of $19.99


Image of redesigned layout. Features include. Billboard banner header, video marketing, social media profiles, job directory, classifieds, interactive customer support and much more
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Michael Bailey

Michael Bailey is the Chief Curator of Information at The MinorityEye a nationally recognized news blog that focuses on news, events and issues relevant minority communities. He is also an Integrated Marketing Communication Specialist at TME Media Group. His firm provides consulting and training services to non-traditional entrepreneurs as well as corporate, state and local agencies on how to develop integrated marketing strategies that connect with minority consumers.

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