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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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wix vs squarespace

Wix VS Squarespace

Having a strong online presence is essential these days, whether you’re trying to run a business, promote your brand, or simply provide information to the community. Unfortunately, most people lack the skill to develop a website themselves and don’t want to drop thousands of dollars on a professional web designer. For many small business owners […]

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Apr 16, 2018 Filed under: eCommerce

Implementing New Project Management Software: Four Ways To Engage Your Team

Why is Team Engagement Important? Few things strike more fear into the heart of a business owner or executive than the prospect of implementing a new software system. After all, potential disasters lurk around every corner: security issues, system crashes, client pushback, employee resistance, and numerous other logistical nightmares. Pulling the trigger on a brand […]

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Nov 21, 2017 Filed under: Project Management

What Is Agile Project Management?

Agile is a specific project management methodology, used most often by engineers and software developers. Unlike more traditional project management techniques, which focus on achieving identifiable milestones using complex scheduling tools like Gantt charts, Agile management is an iterative, incremental process. The Agile methodology is ideally suited to client-initiated projects that involve multiple, concrete deliverables. […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Project Management
benefits of project management software

The Most Important Function Of Project Management Software

There’s no doubt that project management software is a useful commodity. What other tool can you use to simultaneously track the progress of ongoing tasks, monitor employee workload, create complex schedules, budget for projects, and safely store documents and images? Even the fanciest project management program, however, is primarily useful because it performs one, big, […]

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Nov 22, 2017 Filed under: Project Management
Choosing project management software

Choosing Project Management Software: 3 Major Considerations

There are literally hundreds of project management software systems currently flooding the market today, and new systems continue to be developed at a steady rate. With such a wide range of available options, it can be difficult to determine the best project management software your business. In general, however, there are a few key factors to […]

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Dec 12, 2016 Filed under: Project Management
pos buying guide

A Guide To Buying POS Hardware: Getting The Most For Your Money

The Hardware Dilemma Choosing the right point-of-sale (POS) provider for your business is difficult, considering the hundreds of systems currently available for both retail and food service establishments. For some vendors, selecting the right hardware for their POS of choice is an equally arduous task. Ordering appropriate equipment can be an agonizing process, and you […]

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Aug 14, 2019 Filed under: Hardware, Point of Sale

POS 101: Take Advantage Of Your POS

So far in the POS 101 series, we’ve covered a number of topics, from choosing point of sale software and hardware to making sure you’re budgeting for success. But now, it’s time to go back to the basics and think about all the different ways you can fully utilize your point of sale system. From […]

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Jun 26, 2020 Filed under: Point of Sale

Understanding Negativity Bias

The Problem It happens every day. You decide to buy something new – a hair dryer, for example. You’ve done your research; you understand the product specifications, you know what to expect in terms of cost, you’ve examined the competition. For the most part, you’ve made up your mind. The only thing left is to […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Small Business

POS 101: Budgeting For Success

Responsible money management. Budgeting. Finance. These are concepts designed to strike terror and apprehension into the very hearts of the general population. Okay, I admit that’s a slight exaggeration (only slight). To people with MBAs or accounting degrees these otherwise intimidating terms probably generate a sense of excitement and a rosy glow. I’ve never met […]

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Jul 7, 2019 Filed under: Point of Sale

POS 101: The Cloud

If you’re a living, breathing human being and you’ve lived on Planet Earth for the last ten years or so, chances are you’ve heard about a little thing called the cloud. (I’ll make an exception for the undead and astronauts on long-term missions, but even those folks must have heard whispered rumors of this strange, […]

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Jul 7, 2019 Filed under: Point of Sale

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