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Inside the February 2010 Issue

Features

The App Store That's Never Closed

GetJar has quietly emerged as the mobile app portal of choice for millions worldwide.

10 Brilliant Marketing Ideas

From radio to YouTube clips, 10 companies that changed everything.

What to Do When the Bank Pulls Your Line of Credit

Entrepreneur takes a close look at who's lending and when the cost is too high.

What You Don't Know About SEO

It's essential to understand SEO before you spend thousands hiring consultants you may not even need.

Jargon

The new lingo you need to communicate in our ever-changing small-business world.

Clean Sweep

The factors wreaking havoc everywhere--the real estate boom, outsourcing and swine flu--are fueling a boom in the cleaning business.

The Ghost Speaks

Some of the best ghostbloggers come out of the shadows to talk about how they work, what they charge and who their clients are.

Columns

Doing Good
Scentsy shares its success to support small businesses
Editors Note
Lines of credit may be disappearing faster than Tiger Woods' endorsements, but all is not lost.
Franchise Ink
Meet the man behind thousands of dogs across the country--and soon, the world
Opportunities
How Lisa Jones went from franchisee to VP at Jersey Mike's
Personal Finance
Tax-savvy ways to ensure that your children are financially secure after your death
Sales Talk
To keep your customers coming back, provide more reasons to appreciate what you offer.
Creative business cards are the ones people remember.
Business-class benefits on low-cost airlines
Resale is hot in this economy, which is why there's a franchise for hip new threads. But can you really program that judgy girl behind the counter?
Ask a Pro
With businesses everywhere struggling, how do you decide if it's time to throw in the towel?
Ask a Pro
Save yourself stress, time, energy and money to move beyond just surviving.
Business Unusual
Former Navy SEAL Randy Hetrick stitched together a gizmo that turned into a $20 million business.
Success in game development and knowing when to quit landed PopCap $22.5 million.
Person-to-person lending can score the cash your business needs.
Loyalty programs can keep your best customers coming back for more.
Break It Down
February 14th isn't only lucrative for the Hallmarks and American Greetings of the world.
College Startups
The founders of Tatto Media bootstrapped their startup and now they're running a $100 million company.
Finance for Startups
Founder stock is one of the trickier matters for new businesses. Here's how to get it right.
Strokes of Genius
Our monthly spotlight on tools to support and grow your business
Wacky Ideas That Just Might Fly
Cars, tables, massive sculptures--you name it, John Thomson will have it rotating in no time.
A VoIP service provider that's really more of a virtual call-center enabler
Do you have a plan for disaster recovery preparedness?
Can Not Live With It, Can Not Live Without It
Windows 7 is the latest operating system from Microsoft. But is it the best choice for busy entrepreneurs?
Mobile Entrepreneur
These startups are enabling the low-cost creation of iPhone apps. No programming experience necessary.
Mobile Entrepreneur
Speakeasy takes the popular voice alternative on the road.
Mobile Entrepreneur
Google Android OS Egnyte enables mobile entrepreneurs to do more without an office.
Shiny Object of the Month
Verizon Droid is the first smartphone to come close to matching the iPhone's functionality and style.
Build a Website
Optimize your site's search engine ranking with video
Website to Watch
Foodbuzz.com brings together food lovers who document their kitchen adventures online.
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