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Gary Sharpe

Gary Sharpe

To Ghosts (The writing kind) and other hives 04/04/2016

Innovative thinking about combining LinkedIn posts and Profiles - of course the same logic will apply to beBee too... @John White, MBA, @Javier beBee.

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  1. Javier beBee
    04/04/2016 #5Javier beBee
    #4 hahahaha, you are totally right! A hive can be a company, a hobbie, an area of interest, etc !! @Alberto Anaya Arcas
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  2. Gary Sharpe
    04/04/2016 #4Gary Sharpe
    #3 ooh your reply looks a bit odd "data-placement='bottom' data-container='body' data-html='1' data-title='Gary Sharpe' rel='popover'>#2". I am very happy with beBee so far @Javier beBee - I'm just thinking through the power of the concept and where some innovative approaches might lead us. A hive could be a container for anything if we just think outside the normal "social media" boxes. For example, online courses, collections like on Google+, infographic pin boards like on pinterest... ;-)
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  3. Javier beBee
    04/04/2016 #3Javier beBee
    #2 Hi @Gary Sharpe ! now , anybody can buzz in a hive , but administrator can control it ! We will try to improve our service so hopefully you will be happier :-)
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  4. Gary Sharpe
    04/04/2016 #2Gary Sharpe
    #1 That's good to hear @Javier beBee - but using posts as part of profiles still should translate. We could even have our own hives and a series of posts/links/videos/photos as enhanced profiles. There is a lot of applications if we start thinking about hives and posts as very generic toolboxes. Can we have "informational" hives on beBee where only the owner can post but anyone can follow and engage?
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  5. Javier beBee
    04/04/2016 #1Javier beBee
    beBee will never charge the users, so it is totally different. LI needs to become more and more restrictive because they have to charge you.
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