Big Banks Pull Ahead in U.S. Small-Business Aid After Stumbles

Big Banks Pull Ahead in U.S. Small-Business Aid After Stumbles

The largest U.S. banks stepped up lending to dominate the U.S. government’s small-business rescue program after playing an undersized role in its early days. Banks with assets of $10 billion or more processed 68% of Paycheck Protection Program loans last week, data released on Sunday show, compared with about 40% during the program’s first round…

It Isn’t Business as Always: Adapting PPC Strategy in Changing Times

It Isn’t Business as Always: Adapting PPC Strategy in Changing Times

The current world situation has caused an upheaval of life as we know it, while at the same time creating a groundbreaking shift in the business world as we know it. Depending on the industries you market, you may be seeing either unprecedented drops in sales or increased levels of interest. Whatever industry you’re in,…

Is It Time To Replace Ads With Content In B2B Marketing?

Is It Time To Replace Ads With Content In B2B Marketing?

COVID-19 has slowed us all down in one way or the other. As teams move to remote working, a lot of B2B companies are seeing a slowdown in their product roadmaps and marketing campaigns. After all, with an unpredictable future ahead, everyone’s focus has shifted to optimizing their spending (and burn). But if promoting your…

Not-So-Small Businesses Continue To Benefit From PPP Loans

Not-So-Small Businesses Continue To Benefit From PPP Loans

The Paycheck Protection Program has caused public outcry, suffered technical difficulties, and frustrated small business owners. But where, exactly, is the money going? Over the weekend, the Small Business Administration gave another glimpse into this with a report on PPP activity through May 1. It showed that $175.7 billion in loans had been approved just…