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Julie Titterington

Julie Titterington

Editor in Chief at Merchant Maverick
As the editor-in-chief, Julie Titterington oversees an expert team of writers and analysts and helps to maintain Merchant Maverick's unique culture. She has appeared in a variety of industry media outlets, including MSN, GoBankingRates, and The Ladders, and has written articles for publications including Scary Mommy and The Mighty. She graduated from George Fox University in 2004 with a BA in Writing/Literature.
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The Winners of Merchant Maverick’s 2021 Opportunity Grants Program For Black, Female Entrepreneurs

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Opportunity Grant Program! Each one of the winning businesses will receive $10,000 in grant funding from Merchant Maverick to help cover current and future expenses. We wish every one of these women the best of luck going forward and strongly believe that they have what it takes to succeed long-term.

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May 3, 2021 Filed under: News, Small Business 6

Basecamp VS Asana

Are you considering Asana vs Basecamp for your business’s project management needs? Learn which PM software comes out ahead in our head-to-head comparison.

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Oct 4, 2019 Filed under: Project Management 0

Team Bio Series — Frank Kehl (The Mountain Climber)

This week on “Meet The Merchant Maverick Team” — the world’s least conflict-driven reality show — we’ll get to know Frank Kehl, one of our merchant accounts writers. Frank gets the award for “most amazing careers outside of Merchant Maverick,” but what else is interesting about him? (Hint: a lot.) Name: Frank Kehl Title: Merchant […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Interviews 0

Team Bio Series — Rosie Holman (The Minimalist)

This week on “meet the Merchant Maverick team,” we’re getting a crash course on Rosie Holman, everyone’s favorite minimalist. When she’s not making merchant accounts providers cry with her pithy, concise reviews or listening to moral philosophy podcasts, Rosie is singing with her family band. But what else is she up to? Read on to […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Interviews 2

Team Bio Series — Jessica Dinsmore (The Old Woman In The Shoe)

This week, we’re continuing our Merchant Maverick team interview series with Jessica Dinsmore, our favorite customer service rep. Jessica supports our team in virtually every possible way, but she’s so much more than just a de facto office manager and internet troll-slayer. She’s also a bargain shopper who thinks Costco would be a fun destination […]

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Jan 26, 2018 Filed under: Interviews 0

Team Bio Series — Matt Sherman (Recovering Music Snob)

For the next stop in our tour of the Merchant Maverick virtual office we’ll be talking to Matt Sherman, our resident head of point of sale. Matt is an old-school sports journalist who stoically watched the print industry implode before joining the MM team. But, apart from his willingness to go down with burning ships, what […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Interviews 0

Team Bio Series — Jason Vissers (Ramen Lover)

This week on “Meet The Merchant Maverick Staff” we’re learning to love Jason Vissers, our resident website builder reviewer and crowdfunding expert. Among other things, Mr. Vissers has the distinction of making me laugh out loud while editing — no simple feat. When he’s not putting his editor in stiches or writing commentaries on modern […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Interviews 1

Team Bio Series – Chris Motola (Gamer Extraordinaire)

Chris Motola: Merchant Maverick’s own little piece of Brooklyn. When he’s not writing about, erm, extremely dubious financial products, he’s playing table games, hiking, or geeking-out, Tarantino-style. (What is a Tarantino-style nerd? Do they perform Kill Bill cosplay? Or meet for table reads of Jackie Brown? Chris isn’t telling.) Let’s find out more about how […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Interviews 0

5 Things This Remote Company Learned By Meeting Face-to-Face

Technology is evolving at breakneck speed. Consider this: when I was born in 1982, personal computers weren’t a thing (though we did have rotary phones for hours of dialing fun). I personally witnessed the genesis and extinction of the VCR, CDs, CD-ROM, floppy disks, flip phones, and AOL. That’s a lot of technology to rise […]

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Feb 1, 2018 Filed under: Web Development 0

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