Woman Launches New Social Media App Called ‘BlackListed’ To Promote Networking Among The Black Community

by Gee NY

A visionary African American woman with over a decade of experience in product management across the technology and oil and gas sectors, has launched a new app called BlackListed.

Channing Bell’s app is an innovative new social media platform available now on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store that was developed to foster a vibrant community of connection and empowerment.

It was designed specifically for Black individuals to network, share experiences, and grow together both personally and professionally.

“Our goal is to create a community where Black individuals can find support, opportunities, and a sense of belonging,” says Bell.

In future updates, the app hopes to offer a variety of features tailored to enhance networking and community-building among its users.

These include specialized forums, event listings, mentorship programs, and business opportunities, all curated to strengthen the ties within the Black community.

“BlackListed is more than just a social network; it’s a movement towards more meaningful connections and a testament to the resilience and strength of the Black community,” Bell adds.

The app’s intuitive design and user-friendly interface make it accessible to users of all ages and backgrounds.

As BlackListed launches nationwide, it invites members of the Black community to join and start building lasting connections that empower and uplift. The app is free to download and use.

For more information about BlackListed and to download the app, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store today.

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