Jason is an e-commerce expert from Seattle running his own companies, consulting with others, and teaching even more.
Before becoming a full-time online entrepreneur, Miles was Senior Vice President of Marketing, Fundraising, and HR at Northwest University in the Seattle area.
Online Selling: In 2008 Miles started his online selling efforts with his wife at their kitchen table using eBay. In 2013 they launched Pixie Faire in the sewing niche. It is now the Internet's largest doll clothes pattern marketplace with over 100 designers and over 3.3 million patterns downloaded.
Pixie Faire has been featured by Shopify as a case studies on their blog. The article, "How One Couple Is Making $600,000 A Year Selling Digital Goods" has been a reader favorite for many years. Based on worldwide site traffic Pixie Faire is frequently in the top 1% of all Shopify sites, out of over one million.
He is a founder or investor in a growing number of e-commerce businesses including most notably, The Happy Gardening Life, an Instagram Influencer in the gardening niche.
Coaching and Consulting: His coaching company is helping smart entrepreneurs from around the world make the leap from Amazon to Shopify.
Teaching: He is the author of three bestselling books, Pinterest Power, Instagram Power, and Youtube Marketing Power, all available in bookstores worldwide and published with McGraw Hill. He teaches Online Marketing as an Adjunct Professor at Northwest University in Seattle, and he's the most popular e-commerce instructor on Udemy.
Jason holds a graduate degree in Business Administration and an undergraduate degree in Organizational Management and Biblical Studies.
His work has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Wharton Magazine (of the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Business), IBM's Connect Chat, CNET, MSN's Business On Main, Social Media Examiner, Profnet, PRNewswire, and other premiere publications.
Sew Powerful: Jason and his wife also co-founded Sew Powerful, a charity designed to combat extreme poverty in Lusaka Zambia by creating jobs for adults that focus on making purposeful products - items designed to enhance children's academic success. Things like school uniforms, reusable feminine hygiene pads and soap. They also co-founded the 3 Esthers Farm just outside Lusaka with the mission of providing farm fresh food to the hungry children of Lusaka.
He's sold millions online, but he's most passionate about helping people. Creating purpose beyond profit and economic power to change lives for the better.