Almost everyone that wants start a business needs money. Also, most of us don’t have enough money to cover all the costs of a business start-up. Therefore, the obvious answer is to borrow money from a bank or other funding agencies. But will you qualify for a business loan? And even more, what should you do to qualify?
How to qualify for a business loan
The thing is with a business loan (and any other loan for that matter) is that the loaners want their money back after a certain time. They will borrow money to lenders that they think are capable to pay it back. As a result, the lender must provide reasonable proof that the business will be viable and that he/she has enough collateral to cover the loan amount. The lenders also want to see that you are able to run a business and that you are passionate about your business idea.
It will be of great help if you can prepare for your business loan application.
Five steps to help you qualify for a small-business loan
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“Technology is best when it brings people together – Matt Mullenweg, Founder of WordPress.org”
In my business I can operate without many things, but not without my WordPress.org. WordPress.org has introduced me to the wonders of the online world. It gives me freedom to easily develop my website for my customers to value and enjoy.
Indeed, WordPress brings me closer to my customers…
In this post I’m going to investigate why
WordPress is so popular. I’ll also look at Joomla and Drupal, the alternative
content management systems for WordPress.
But first let’s look at WordPress.
What is WordPress.org?
WordPress.org is an open source (free) Content Management System (CMS). In fact, with WordPress many types of content can be organized and published. Furthermore, the layout, appearance and structure of the site can be changed easily and quickly, since it’s based on templates. As a result, content is separate from presentation – unlike a normal hard-coded site 1.
“The idea behind a CMS, and by extension, WordPress, is to facilitate a simplified management of a website that’s secure, optimized, and able to handle the influx of anywhere from hundreds, to millions of regular visitors”, explains Jon Martindale recently in Digital Trends.
WordPress.org is currently powering 30 percent of all websites (Kaya Ismail, CMS Wire). Indeed, Jon Martindale (Digital Trends) quantified the popularity of WordPress: “Around two billion websites at the time of writing (2018) — run WordPress, which works out to just below 60 percent of the entire CMS market.”
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