The Small Business Administration’s website has long been a well of information for entrepreneurs looking for a loan, funding or any number of other services. But, like many government websites, the SBA’s suffered from information overload and a navigation that left something to be desired.
With its redesign, unveiled this week, the SBA is looking to change all that, rolling out a personalized filtering option, along with integrations with social media hubs Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Small Business Computing takes a look.
In a bid to burnish its online profile, the Small Business Administration has redesigned its website, packing the new home page with quick links to services, information and Web 2.0 bells and whistles.
One of the main attractions of the redesign is SBA Direct, an interactive tool that businesses can use to filter information on the agency’s site by criteria such as geography and industry, aiming to help visitors quickly navigate to the most relevant information