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Jana Bangerter

Jana Bangerter | Associate Editor

Born in Detroit, Jana spent her childhood in Michigan, Mexico, and Southern California developing an early awareness of cultural diversity, the power of language, and the human drive to communicate. Those early experiences fostered her passion for media and the written word—both vehicles which allow all to come together in thought.

She studied literature and film at California State University, San Bernardino, and Utah Valley University. Before graduating with her B.A. in English, she interned as a Standards & Practices editor at Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta, Georgia. Since, she has professionally edited video, books, articles, and technical documentation.

As Associate Editor of, she brings her passion for sharing meaningful ideas to our wonderful writing team.

Articles by Jana Bangerter

  • October 9, 2017

    How to get more views on your Facebook posts

    If you feel like no one is seeing your Facebook posts, you might be right! The News Feed doesn’t show posts chronologically. Instead, Facebook ranks posts before displaying them in your Ne... Read more

  • June 26, 2017

    Diversity marketing for direct sellers

    Photo source This month we’ve been talking about ways to better serve international and multicultural markets. Nancy Tobler wrote about the benefits, challenges, and best practices for ... Read more

  • March 26, 2017

    Eight Tips for Avoiding Legal Battles

    No one can tell you with certainty how to stay out of the crosshairs of regulatory bodies. No two rulings (or settlements) are identical. As circumstances change, regulators change their foc... Read more

  • February 6, 2017


    Bullet Journals are incredibly hip right now. The #bulletjournal Instagram tag has over half a million posts. The Bullet Journal subreddit has almost 20,000 subscribers. The trend is picking... Read more

  • December 20, 2016

    Vemma settles with the FTC

    On December 15th 2016, Vemma and the FTC reached a settlement. The settlement contains no admission of fault or any finding that Vemma operated unlawfully or operated as a pyramid scheme and... Read more

  • May 24, 2016

    What’s going on in China?

    Expanding into a new country means adapting your commissions and operations to suit the market. Sometimes the adaptations you’ll need to make are small; sometimes they’re big. Entering C... Read more

  • February 22, 2016

    Start By Designing Your Business Card

    In our recent articles about personal brand, we talked about apps you can use to develop a consistent look and feel to your branded material. At that time, we didn’t talk about perhaps the... Read more