Welcome to America Business Network (Americaweb.org)!
We want to be the online marketing partner for SMBs across America.
The Internet is a powerful medium, and every business must use Social Media channels to increase their visibility and sales pipeline. Over the last 12 years, we have worked with a wide range of businesses, and we have expertise in Online Marketing.
Our goal is to help 5000+ businesses across America with Sales and Online Marketing services.
We can help your business in three ways:
- Online Marketing — we have helped more than 50 companies over last 12 years with our online marketing services. Our social media network can reach over 2 million people across America. We can also do local marketing, which can help most SMBs.
- Business Plan & Sales Growth Plan — we have helped more than 20 companies over last 12 years, including business plans, sales growth plans, and capital raising plans and discussions, for start ups and privately owned businesses at various stages of growth.
- Business Funding — we can connect you with finance companies that can provide business loans from $5K to $5 million. Cash advance against sales, and Project finance are possible at competitive rates.
So if you have any business growth, marketing or finance related requirement, then we could help you with it. Please contact us with your questions. Thanks.
Our team has experience in online marketing, business development, financial services, capital markets, software development, and IT services.
Americaweb.org has been growing quarter after quarter since Jan 2018, and we are now able to reach nearly 2 million people across America and abroad using our websites, social media pages, and online press releases.
What is considered SMB in America?
SMB is an abbreviation for small and midsize business. A business with 100 or fewer employees is generally considered small, while one with 100-999 employees is considered to be midsize.
How many SMBs are there in America?
While there are several different definitions of SMBs, the Small Business Administration (SBA) defines them as businesses that have fewer than 500 employees. Under this definition, the SBA has stated that there are 28.8 million SMBs in the US, representing 99.7% of all US businesses (SBA 2016).