Jason Fell

Jason Fell

Managing Editor

Jason Fell is the managing editor of Entrepreneur.com.

When Designing a Logo, First Comes Personality, Then Color
Logos

When Designing a Logo, First Comes Personality, Then Color

In this video, marketing strategist Gregory Ciotti explains 'perceived appropriateness' and why it's crucial to great logo design.
This Business Has Been Fiercely Independent Since 1776
Independence Day

This Business Has Been Fiercely Independent Since 1776

The owners of Connecticut's Griswold Inn explain why staying family-owned is their plan for business -- for the next 100 years.
The Essence of Genius Is Simplification
Time Management

The Essence of Genius Is Simplification

In this video, author Perry Marshall discusses the 80/20 rule to time management.
Facebook Basically Shrugs Off User Outrage Over 'Emotional' Experiment
Ethics

Facebook Basically Shrugs Off User Outrage Over 'Emotional' Experiment

The social network wanted to find out what influences our emotions. Unfortunately, everyone is angry now.
Aereo Pauses Service, Says 'Journey Is Far From Done'
Aereo

Aereo Pauses Service, Says 'Journey Is Far From Done'

Despite a devastating loss in U.S. Supreme court, founder Chet Kanojia promises to press on. But his options remain unclear.
Why You Should Actually Listen to Your Procrastinator 'Demons'
Motivation

Why You Should Actually Listen to Your Procrastinator 'Demons'

If you're actively avoiding a major project, your procrastination could be a signal that it's something that can move the needle for your business.
How Google Is Taking Over Our Lives
Internet of Things

How Google Is Taking Over Our Lives

In the best possible ways, though. Right?
This Startup Aims to Warn You About Spying Drones
Far Out Tech

This Startup Aims to Warn You About Spying Drones

If being spied on by an unmanned drone is up there on your list of worries, this Kickstarter project might be able to help.
Seeing Red? Keep This In Mind When Choosing Marketing Colors.
Marketing Edge

Seeing Red? Keep This In Mind When Choosing Marketing Colors.

Just because one color works for some companies doesn't mean it will work for yours.
The 3 Critical Elements to Selling Online Like a Pro
Sales Strategies

The 3 Critical Elements to Selling Online Like a Pro

There are three steps to selling anything. In this video, sales expert Perry Marshall explains.
10 Tips for Mastering Facebook
Facebook Marketing

10 Tips for Mastering Facebook

Get the most out of your time and money on the social network with these important pieces of advice.
One Way to Turn Customers Into Raving Fans: Be Controversial
Branding

One Way to Turn Customers Into Raving Fans: Be Controversial

It's more powerful to be polarizing than it is to be neutral.
American Apparel Ousts Controversial Founder for Alleged Misconduct
Leadership

American Apparel Ousts Controversial Founder for Alleged Misconduct

Dov Charney has been removed from his posts as chairman, president and CEO of the company he founded.
Twitter Announces Support of GIFs, the Internet Goes Crazy
Gifs

Twitter Announces Support of GIFs, the Internet Goes Crazy

A sampling of how companies large and small have used the new GIF capability for their marketing purposes.
Finding Customers Fast and the 80/20 Rule of Sales
Advertising Strategies

Finding Customers Fast and the 80/20 Rule of Sales

It's all about knowing where your best customers are and which tools you can use to find them, according to sales expert Perry Marshall.