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Jason Fell

Jason Fell is the managing editor of Entrepreneur.com in New York City, where he previously served as technology editor and senior online editor. Before joining Entrepreneur.com, he served as online news editor of Foliomag.com, the online arm of Folio: magazine. He also worked as a staff writer for Soundings magazine and as a reporter with the Journal Register Company of newspapers.

30 Recent Stories

Wingman Businesses Cash in on Men's Dating Dilemmas

Wingman Businesses Cash in on Men's Dating Dilemmas

How three entrepreneurs got their start in the growing niche business of love.
August 9, 2011 in Business Ideas
Senate Grills SBA Over Federal Contracts

Senate Grills SBA Over Federal Contracts

Investigation finds small-business contracts might actually be going to larger companies.
July 27, 2011 in Exploring New Markets
Three Business Lessons from the NFL Lockout

Three Business Lessons from the NFL Lockout

The author of Fixing the Game offers his top business lessons from football's labor dispute.
July 25, 2011 in Leadership
The Power of Harry Potter's Marketing Potion

The Power of Harry Potter's Marketing Potion

Here are three ways your small business can replicate the boy wizard's magical marketing strategy.
July 15, 2011 in Marketing Ideas
Harry Potter By the Numbers

Harry Potter By the Numbers

With the final movie installment only hours away, we break down some of the most interesting numbers associated with the epic franchise.
July 14, 2011 in Marketing Ideas
From Mess to Success: Spike TV Readies Bar Rescue Reality Show

From Mess to Success: Spike TV Readies Bar Rescue Reality Show

Bar consultant Jon Taffer offers his top three management tips for business owners in all industries.
July 14, 2011 in Leadership
Swiss Group Wants to Banish PowerPoint

Swiss Group Wants to Banish PowerPoint

But if you can't get around using the widely-used presentation software, here are tips for making the best of it.
July 12, 2011 in Apps & Software
Franchise Slashes Fees to Spur Jobs

Franchise Slashes Fees to Spur Jobs

Anago Cleaning Systems founder David Povlitz is lowering the price for its master franchises to $35,000 to help promote self-employment.
July 11, 2011 in Franchises
Enchant and Engage More Customers With Social Media

Enchant and Engage More Customers With Social Media

Marketing strategist Guy Kawasaki offers social media tips for small-business owners.
Lessons from Entenmann's 'Insensitive' #NotGuilty Casey Anthony Tweet

Lessons from Entenmann's 'Insensitive' #NotGuilty Casey Anthony Tweet

Businesses should consider these tips when using hashtags in their marketing tweets.
July 6, 2011 in Online Marketing
Zynga IPO: Three Things to Keep in Mind When Scaling a Business Quickly

Zynga IPO: Three Things to Keep in Mind When Scaling a Business Quickly

The online gaming company's filing can offer an opportunity for other owners to consider how best to grow a new business.
July 1, 2011 in Growth Strategies
How One Family Business Stays Independent

How One Family Business Stays Independent

For six generations, the Gruccis have built a multimillion dollar fireworks business while keeping ownership in the family.
June 30, 2011 in Family Business
What Small-Business Owners Can Learn from the Dodgers' Financial Woes

What Small-Business Owners Can Learn from the Dodgers' Financial Woes

A bankruptcy attorney offers his top three lessons from the ball club's Chapter 11 filing.
June 28, 2011 in Management & Operations
New York Businesses Expect Sales Boost on Gay Marriage News

New York Businesses Expect Sales Boost on Gay Marriage News

Here, one entrepreneur offers management tips for when sales climb unexpectedly.
June 27, 2011 in Sales Techniques
Five Tips for Saving Money on Shipping

Five Tips for Saving Money on Shipping

To avoid costly blunders, business owners should consider these guidelines when mailing their products to customers.
June 27, 2011 in Shipping Center
'Commercial Kings' Give Small Business Advertising a Kick

'Commercial Kings' Give Small Business Advertising a Kick

Get ready for a new reality TV show featuring a pair of YouTube stars who produce wacky commercials for small-business owners.
June 24, 2011 in Advertising
Charles Barkley Wants to Give Your Startup $25,000

Charles Barkley Wants to Give Your Startup $25,000

The NBA Hall of Famer starts a contest to give an aspiring entrepreneur a financial lift.
June 9, 2011 in Startup Financing
Three Tips to Avoid Costly Shipping Mistakes

Three Tips to Avoid Costly Shipping Mistakes

Follow these steps to help steer clear of some of the most common shipping errors.
May 27, 2011 in Shipping Center
Pete Cashmore: Five to Follow on Twitter for Tech News and Trends

Pete Cashmore: Five to Follow on Twitter for Tech News and Trends

In a constantly evolving digital world, Mashable's founder shines a light on where to find the most crucial information.
May 17, 2011 in Social Media
Skype: From Startup to $8.5B in Eight Years

Skype: From Startup to $8.5B in Eight Years

How the internet calling service went from an idea to a multibillion-dollar acquisition in less than a decade.
May 12, 2011 in Social Media
Mixed Messages on Small-Business Optimism

Mixed Messages on Small-Business Optimism

Do varying reports indicate that there is no real consensus on financial outlook?
May 11, 2011 in Money
How a Young Fashion Designer Stands Out in a Crowded Market

How a Young Fashion Designer Stands Out in a Crowded Market

From listening to customers to creating a unique product, Rebecca Minkoff shares her top tips.
May 5, 2011 in Success Stories
Home-Remodeling Businesses Get New Business Models

Home-Remodeling Businesses Get New Business Models

These entrepreneurs revamped their businesses to survive the economic downturn.
May 2, 2011 in Automotive
Nine Notable Pizza Entrepreneurs

Nine Notable Pizza Entrepreneurs

Here's proof that not all pizza is created equal.
April 26, 2011 in Success Stories
Unconventional Wisdom: Eight Wacky Schools

Unconventional Wisdom: Eight Wacky Schools

For these entrepreneurs, teaching their unusual skills -- from exotic dancing to swallowing swords -- is big business.
April 25, 2011 in Starting a Business
Five to Follow on Twitter for SEO

Five to Follow on Twitter for SEO

Search Engine Land's Danny Sullivan offers his top picks for SEO know-how.
A Reinvention for the Long Haul

A Reinvention for the Long Haul

How a focus on innovation sparked a rebound from the recession.
March 28, 2011 in Women's Center
Building a (Nearly) Million-Dollar Brand on a Startup Budget

Building a (Nearly) Million-Dollar Brand on a Startup Budget

How Perky Jerky has taken its caffeine-infused recipe to the masses.
March 25, 2011 in Guerrilla Marketing
Three Things About Owning a Bar That Might Surprise You

Three Things About Owning a Bar That Might Surprise You

From long hours to solving countless problems, opening a bar is more than just slinging beers.
March 17, 2011 in Leadership
Mark Cuban: Three Tips for Startups

Mark Cuban: Three Tips for Startups

The tech billionaire is joining reality series 'Shark Tank' and shares advice for entrepreneurial success.
March 15, 2011 in Leadership
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