Rob Stachowski
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Sanjay Darji commented on Rob Stachowski's blog post 'Which Accounting Software is Best for Your Small Business?'
"Great information you shared here. There are many accounting software available. So choosing right one is quite difficult for business owners. For them, have found a list of best accounting software for business with software reviews,…"
Aug 26
A blog post by Rob Stachowski was featured

The Do’s and Don’ts of Throwing an Office Holiday Party

The holiday season is here again, and if you’re a small business owner that can only mean one thing – it’s time to start planning for the annual office holiday party.  Quotidian though they may seem, office parties have become an important part of the American workplace over the years. While many offices tend to be less productive during the season, a good holiday party can help your employees…See More
Nov 11, 2013
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Throwing an Office Holiday Party

The holiday season is here again, and if you’re a small business owner that can only mean one thing – it’s time to start planning for the annual office holiday party.  Quotidian though they may seem, office parties have become an important part of the American workplace over the years. While many offices tend to be less productive during the season, a good holiday party can help your employees…See More
Nov 11, 2013
A blog post by Rob Stachowski was featured

4 Ways to Grow a Startup Without Dooming Your Company

Listen, Google wasn’t built in a day. Try to remember that the next time you’re feeling lonely as the sole owner, proprietor and operator of your small business. Even the most successful startups all came from meager beginnings. And while some companies-of-one have managed to strike it rich, most startups live and die by their ability to grow slowly but steadily over time.To put it another way, you don’t need to blow up and expand to 100 employees to make your business successful. In fact,…See More
Oct 29, 2013
Rob Stachowski posted a blog post

4 Ways to Grow a Startup Without Dooming Your Company

Listen, Google wasn’t built in a day. Try to remember that the next time you’re feeling lonely as the sole owner, proprietor and operator of your small business. Even the most successful startups all came from meager beginnings. And while some companies-of-one have managed to strike it rich, most startups live and die by their ability to grow slowly but steadily over time.To put it another way, you don’t need to blow up and expand to 100 employees to make your business successful. In fact,…See More
Oct 29, 2013
A blog post by Rob Stachowski was featured

4 Quick and Easy Ways to Increase Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is a pretty straightforward concept – the more engaged your employees are with their job, the more productive they’ll be. However, while the idea might be easy to understand, not every small business owner is familiar with how they can foster engagement in their offices. Luckily, motivating your employees…See More
Jul 10, 2013
Rob Stachowski posted a blog post

4 Quick and Easy Ways to Increase Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is a pretty straightforward concept – the more engaged your employees are with their job, the more productive they’ll be. However, while the idea might be easy to understand, not every small business owner is familiar with how they can foster engagement in their offices. Luckily, motivating your employees…See More
Jul 10, 2013
Nica Mandigma gave a thumbs up on Rob Stachowski's blog post 'Which Accounting Software is Best for Your Small Business?'
Jun 19, 2013
Nica Mandigma commented on Rob Stachowski's blog post '4 Free Small Business Apps You Need to Download Today'
"This is the first time I've heard of Weave. I currently using Asana and is quite happy with it. Dropbox is a favorite and instead of MINT,  I use Freshbooks."
Jun 19, 2013
Rob Stachowski posted a blog post

When Does an Auto Wrap Make More Sense Than Digital Advertising? 3 Things to Consider

I saw something interesting on my way home from work yesterday. A new Dodge Charger pulled up next to me at a red light, covered from hood-to-trunk in a massive advertisement graphic for a new local alcohol manufacturer. For a moment, it felt like I had traveled back in time to 2004. You don’t see many flashy company cars these days. Not when most small businesses prefer to spend their ad budgets…See More
Jun 14, 2013
A blog post by Rob Stachowski was featured

Which Accounting Software is Best for Your Small Business?

Running and growing a small business is pretty fun. Paying taxes for that business is not. Thankfully, accounting software can help make the process a little less painful by tracking your accounts payable and receivable, your payroll, your inventory and all of your banking activity for you. However, with so many different types of software available on the market, it can be difficult to choose which accounting platform is best for your business. To help you make an informed decision, here’s an…See More
May 28, 2013
Rob Stachowski posted a blog post

Which Accounting Software is Best for Your Small Business?

Running and growing a small business is pretty fun. Paying taxes for that business is not. Thankfully, accounting software can help make the process a little less painful by tracking your accounts payable and receivable, your payroll, your inventory and all of your banking activity for you. However, with so many different types of software available on the market, it can be difficult to choose which accounting platform is best for your business. To help you make an informed decision, here’s an…See More
May 28, 2013
A blog post by Rob Stachowski was featured

The Pros and Cons of Incorporating Your Small Business

So your small business is thriving. You’ve doubled your number of employees in one year, you’ve opened up three new brick-and-mortar locations and your online store is doing better than ever. You’re ready to take things to the next level, and now you find yourself asking that all-important question – to incorporate or not to incorporate?Incorporating a business can be a good idea for some entrepreneurs, but it certainly has its drawbacks as well. Consequently, it’s important that every business…See More
May 15, 2013
Rob Stachowski posted a blog post

The Pros and Cons of Incorporating Your Small Business

So your small business is thriving. You’ve doubled your number of employees in one year, you’ve opened up three new brick-and-mortar locations and your online store is doing better than ever. You’re ready to take things to the next level, and now you find yourself asking that all-important question – to incorporate or not to incorporate?Incorporating a business can be a good idea for some entrepreneurs, but it certainly has its drawbacks as well. Consequently, it’s important that every business…See More
May 15, 2013
A blog post by Rob Stachowski was featured

4 Free Small Business Apps You Need to Download Today

A smart phone is a small business owner’s best friend. It’s your lifeline to the business world, your office away from home and if used correctly, it can help you with every aspect of your job – from balancing your budget to managing your website’s back end. To get the most utility from your smart phone, though, you need to use the right apps. And while some developers offer costly, comprehensive app “suites” specifically designed for small business, such as…See More
Mar 28, 2013
Rob Stachowski posted a blog post

4 Free Small Business Apps You Need to Download Today

A smart phone is a small business owner’s best friend. It’s your lifeline to the business world, your office away from home and if used correctly, it can help you with every aspect of your job – from balancing your budget to managing your website’s back end. To get the most utility from your smart phone, though, you need to use the right apps. And while some developers offer costly, comprehensive app “suites” specifically designed for small business, such as…See More
Mar 28, 2013

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I'm currently a freelance writer and featured contributor at TechBreach.net. In the future, I would like to start my own monetized tech blog, and I think that the Small Biz Bonfire would be a perfect community for me to pick up some tips and share my experience with others.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Throwing an Office Holiday Party

Posted on November 11, 2013 at 11:02am 0 Comments

The holiday season is here again, and if you’re a small business owner that can only mean one thing – it’s time to start planning for the annual office holiday party.  Quotidian though they may seem, office parties have become an important part of the American workplace over the years. While many offices tend to be less productive during the season, a good holiday party can help your employees…

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4 Ways to Grow a Startup Without Dooming Your Company

Posted on October 29, 2013 at 12:39pm 0 Comments

Listen, Google wasn’t built in a day. Try to remember that the next time you’re feeling lonely as the sole owner, proprietor and operator of your small business. Even the most successful startups all came from meager beginnings. And while some companies-of-one have managed to strike it rich, most startups live and die by their ability to grow slowly but steadily over time.

To put it another way, you don’t need to blow up and expand to 100 employees to make your business successful. In…

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4 Quick and Easy Ways to Increase Employee Engagement

Posted on July 10, 2013 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Employee engagement is a pretty straightforward concept – the more engaged your employees are with their job, the more productive they’ll be. However, while the idea might be easy to understand, not every small business owner is familiar with how they can foster engagement in their offices. Luckily, motivating…

Continue

When Does an Auto Wrap Make More Sense Than Digital Advertising? 3 Things to Consider

Posted on June 14, 2013 at 1:26pm 0 Comments

I saw something interesting on my way home from work yesterday. A new Dodge Charger pulled up next to me at a red light, covered from hood-to-trunk in a massive advertisement graphic for a new local alcohol manufacturer. For a moment, it felt like I had traveled back in time to 2004. You don’t see many flashy company cars these days. Not when most small businesses prefer to spend their ad budgets…

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