We’re going to celebrate this momentous achievement by showcasing pretty much every blog series that’s ever appeared on the Fishbowl Blog. I frequently organize blog posts into long-running series, and it will be fun to go through all of them and see how they’ve evolved over the years.
There are 20 blog series that we’ll be covering. I’ll link to them and share my thoughts on what they contain.
Every Blog Series
This is one of the earliest series on the Fishbowl Blog, and it is also the longest-running one with more than 70 videos. It’s covered all sorts of topics involving managing inventory, running a warehouse, manufacturing finished goods, and more.
This series is still going at the moment, and its last entry will debut in a few weeks. It covers all sorts of business processes that are usually done by hand and the advantages of transitioning to an automatic way of doing them.
I spent the past year going through every one of Fishbowl’s integrations. And the list has only grown since then. Fishbowl keeps integrating with new payment gateways and other business solutions.
Fishbowl has taken one day every year since 2009 to go out into the local community and offer service in a variety of ways. We recently had our 9th annual Fishbowl Day of Service, and we look forward to many more in the future.
I thought it would be fun to offer bits of trivia about the inner workings of Fishbowl, and I did just that in these 20 blog posts.
Fishbowl offers dozens of reports that help with analyzing information, generating barcodes, and much more. This three-part series is a helpful resource to familiarize yourself with some of the available reports.
Fishbowl makes a lot of videos explaining how to use different parts of the software, and this series of 17 posts explores how to get started when you first log in. It’s a lot of great information that will come in handy as you get to know Fishbowl.
As the title promises, this 10-part series explores 10 Fishbowl customers who use the business automation platform in interesting and surprising ways.
Who doesn’t want a healthy business that grows and thrives? This blog series walks business leaders through 10 features of Fishbowl that keep their companies going strong.
Back in 2014 I did an eight-part series on Fishbowl’s compatibility with third-party merchant services, ecommerce, mobile, point of sale, CRM, EDI, shipping, and hosting solutions. It’s still a great resource to this day.
I separated those three features into three blog posts because each one was such a big topic by itself. Those three features are: flexibility, integration, and reporting.
This seven-part series is based on research from Software Advice on what buyers are looking for in inventory management software. It basically explains why Fishbowl is an ideal fit across all the criteria.
I like answering questions on the Fishbowl Blog, and this series makes that point explicit. It’s brief but explanatory, exploring topics any business could benefit from studying.
Come on a journey of discovery as we seek the best inventory management solution. Luckily, it only takes two blog posts to find what we’re looking for.
Fishbowl CMO Kirk Tanner offers a lot of useful advice in humorous ways in these nine videos. He covers ways to compete, have a healthy business, and manage inventory effectively, among other topics.
My experiment of telling a noir story about inventory management came to fruition with this compelling tale of intrigue and fishbowls. It’s a three-part story that offers cliffhangers, adventure, and fun. Enjoy!
This is a sequel of sorts to “Something Fishy.” It’s a parody of the Superman comic books I grew up with, so there’s plenty of humor and action to be found in this four-part serial.
Who knew Homer Simpson could provide some intelligent insights into inventory management? Prepare to be amazed by these two blog posts.
I love movies, and I brought some of that love to my discussion of inventory management in these two blog posts.
Just three months after launching the Fishbowl Blog, I started the Fishbowl Think Tank series. It lasted for only four blog posts, but it was an interesting experiment, and it blazed the trail for many other blog series to come.
More Century Posts
Last but not least, there’s the Century Post series. Every time I reach the century mark in the number of blog posts, I do something special. Take a look at all nine of the previous installments:
We’ll keep going and before you know it we’ll add another notch to this list.