SBA Loan Firm Plans To Follow Small Business Administration's New Improvements to Online Tools

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Clopton Capital, an SBA loan provider, has recently noticed that the Small Business Administration is developing enhanced web based tools and social media presence and the firm would like to follow suit with this plan.

We have had a lot of ideas on the back burner that have frankly been put off for short term benefits elsewhere in our business model.

Clopton Capital, an SBA loan provider, has recently noticed that the Small Business Administration is developing enhanced web based tools and social media presence and the firm would like to follow suit with this plan.

“Using a variety of integrated outreach tactics, including the SBA.gov website, email campaigns and social media, SBA is bringing together resources from across its diverse program offices to provide small business owners with a one-stop resource built around key topics”, states the Small Business Administration's press release. Clopton Capital feels that if the government entity they rely on to maintain the existence of SBA loans feels this is a good use of resource then it should benefit them, a private entity, as well. “We have had a lot of ideas on the back burner that have frankly been put off for short term benefits elsewhere in our business model. We have certainly done a lot to become known as a prominent SBA loan provider but feel that ideas such as a weekly newsletter to our clients and more presence in some type of social media, which we currently have no presence in, would be an excellent improvement to our image and brand recognition efforts”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.

The firm intends to focus more on these goals in the remainder of 2012 and make them the main focus of their marketing efforts in 2013. Currently, SBA loans and business loans are their primary business as they believe these have the greatest versatility regardless of economic changes in the next few years.

Any businesses who would like to find more competitive SBA loan options or are looking to purchase a portfolio of gas stations, are encouraged to call Matt Reed, them at 866.647.1650. Matt Reed guarantees there are no fees to simply seek financing through them.

To learn more about Clopton Capital or their lending programs, visit CloptonCapital.com or http://SBABusinessLoanSource.com

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