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Mikal Belicove

Las Vegas, NV
Freelance Business Journalist — Entrepreneur Magazine, Freelance
Covers:  business, entrepreneurship, facebook, gadgets, business strategy, tech, social media, media, nlrb, labor issues

Freelance brand & business journalist, book author, and ghost writer w/ credits in Entrepreneur mag., Forbes, and SUCCESS. Active area of interest is strategy.

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I am an Entrepreneur magazine columnist and a Forbes Magazine contributing writer and blogger who specializing in articles about entrepreneurship, marketing (including social), emerging technologies, legal issues and more. The third edition of my co-authored book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fa...

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@Belicove — 3,478 followers, 742 tweets

Jun 30, 2017

Galleries 4 artists r like bookstores 4 authors. Books published by publishers & sold @ stores r perceived 2b better than self-pub'd titles. https://t.co/Zbjk7TFe7M

Jun 22, 2017

@RitualYogaArts Promotes itself as Laguna's 'luxurious' spot for yoga. 1,973 tweets and not a single photo of the space. Interesting choice.

Jun 09, 2017

Looking forward to attending #IFT17 and seeing the latest innovations in food tech & food science. Have a story to pitch? Follow and DM me!

Jun 04, 2017

@Notorious_J_v_G 'Basketball Courage' isn't a full court pass w/a defender's back 2 the passer. It's what @Enes_Kanter did and stands for!

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How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

By email, and after reading the following: I tend to write "newsy how-tos" — a combination of something that's in the news now, should be news now, or was in the news of late and is still top of mind — concluding this with a "what this means to your business or career" angle. As a result of this approach, I focus on what the individual CEO, subject matter expert or business owner knows and is willing to impart to others. That knowledge can help entrepreneurs, merchants, small business owners, global CEOs, business managers and employees better run their businesses, solve problems, or grow revenues by lifting leads, sales and market share, or improving operations, ethics and even moral. As a result, for the writing I do, it's not about a founder's age, their belief that they are a "visionary" or a "guru," or how much money s/he has made, their gender, the struggles they've had to overcome, how successful they are at a specific age, what awards they've won, etc. Those stories -- which all have their place -- have been written a million times over and will continue to receive coverage… just not from me (said nicely).

What's your favorite social network?

Facebook, because the level of engagement one can experience with such little effort is unmatched.