- beBee e-embassy projectbeBee e-embassy project Action 1: Would be to practice this principle of the awareness that we are conducting on a voluntary basis an interesting applied science project. Action 2: We could gather volunteers here, in this Hive Action 3: Everyone has to be curious about
- Producer24/06/2017Pondering idle thoughts: Bad decisions make good stories.More often than not, when someone is telling me a story all I can think about is that I can't wait for them to finish so that I can tell my own story that's not only better but also more directly involves me. Nothing sucks more than that moment...
Comments25/06/2017 #8 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsI can see only one point I might disagree with: the cyclist one. I live in a huge cycling area and I have to say that most are very considerate of cars on the road. It helps that the city and county have created bike lanes all around the city and the cyclist usually 'stay in their lane'. Wish I could teach some car drivers that skill as they text and talk on their phone while easing over into my lane. I once yelled out the window: "I need a new car, just keep coming my way and you're paying for it!"24/06/2017 #6 Barbara HensleeHow long have you been IN MY HEAD?! LOL (genuinely laughing out loud). I have had about 90% of these same thoughts. Not wanting to be the one holding the remote control in a room full of people would be an exception. I think I might be a bit of a control freak. This buzz is seriously hilarious. My face is sore from smiling so big and I now need a neck massage from nodding so much! Ha! Thanks for the giggles!
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- Producer23/06/2017Coming Up For Air; Revisiting Cape Town, South Africa.Twenty odd long years between visits is, as George Orwell once said,is a little like 'coming up for air.' In a different time, when the world was younger than today, my parents brought me from England to this city that clings limpet- like to...
Comments24/06/2017 #25 Pamela 🐝 Williamsbeautiful post Paul. You know you take us all with you whereever you go! We await each recount with anticipation. For those who may never visit the world as you have/do, you bring the world to us.
Those 'may have been' moments are exactly why I have hesitated going back to my old stomping grounds in California. Even a few years absence (about 5) we returned and everything, everyone was unrecognizable. That's what happens when you live in an area that is iconic in it's time. California was mecca during the 60s, 70s.
I looked our home up online and the mere fact that the giant (well at least through a child's viewpoint) Weeping Willow in our yard, with branches that hid you from the outside word, had been removed and replaced by a vast concrete driveway...I actually heard myself say: "oh, they destroyed my fortress of solitude!".24/06/2017 #24 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI really enjoyed this read @Paul Walters. I had no idea you spent part of your years growing up in Cape Town! Maybe if time stood still we'd want for more... more of our past that we are supposed to move on from? I remember my first love and I did find him................. oh on FB that is LOL. I never sent a friends request and I must say, he aged well. I pictured him to be a bit frumpy, not sure why. He had a fairly good shorter afro growing for a white boy back in the day. The photos are beautiful, the story was serene. I'm going to have the song "Build me up Buttercup," replaying in my brain tonight now, great song- sound advice!24/06/2017 #23 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorHow lovely this is reflecting on the "what was" and the "what is". Memory lane is constantly in motion as we move through life. My hometown, Orlando, FL, has very little resemblance to what it was when I lived there. Even though most of my tangible memories have been altered, my intangible memories remain intact. Thank you for share, Paul.23/06/2017 #21 Jerry FletcherPaul, I don't know where the line comes from but your piece struck a chord in me and the words "you can't go home again." emerged from the mist. Each time I return to visit my growing up place in Ohio I struggle with the same kind of vanishments that you mention. It is at once disheartening and a justification for the mileage I've racked up elsewhere. Thank you for a glimpse into your view of a world city with both the eyes of a teenager and those of the man he came to be.23/06/2017 #20 Donna WoodAh, to be immersed in the ancient cries of home, only to find you are in the midst of being alone. Reminiscing in your mind the lands, the days and happy times. To be at the table where the bony fingers of Father Time grip tightly the cup that holds all that was and is to be. Mother Earth smiles as clinks her cup she and shifts that which was to that which is. And, Fate the Sisters Three, giggle and cackle in morbid glee, with scissors held so close to thee.23/06/2017 #18 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#15 I concur @Deb 🐝 Helfrich when travel is also our work then the mind opens up whole new vista's, when our passions are travel, whether they are combined with work or not, even more is revealed (and that is what I am now discovering from following both @Paul Walters and @Dean Owen and their experiences as globetrotters).
Yet when travel is simply a function of our work, it is the work we see. Now I can say that I took a work trip to Belgium, or a work trip to Brazil, or a work trip to South Africa, but that does not encompass experiences of what word "travel" can rise to as awareness, learning, appreciation and even (for sure) an international wisdom .
When it is work rather than travel, even the Queen has to sit and watch how the natives dance for her, yet the countries she visited would be kinder to just introduce her to Paul or Dean and see how they both have learned to see the world and then let her go where she please, and in that regard even the Queen loses something when duty came first, unless of course when she is free.23/06/2017 #15 Deb 🐝 HelfrichA philosophical vignette, @Paul Walters, that paints a fantastic portrait of the young you, and two stages of Cape Town.
Ah, those memories. I doubt if anyplace hasn't evolved past recognition in the last 20, most assuredly 30 years. And of course, all humans morph entirely in that span of time.
But then there is the absolutely true difference in perspective of being a visitor versus being a local. Having traveled & consulted in a fair amount of places, I think the division has less to do with amount of time spent and everything to do with whether you are someplace to carry out work. Exempting the lovely profession of writing, when my travel was all about business, the place was a barely noticeable backdrop to the grind of 8 hr days - well actually, as a traveling software consultant, they were more likely 12 hr work days.
Even with the odd weekend dedicated to pure tourism, the places I've worked were seen with an entirely different perceptual overlay than the places were my time was thoroughly my own to spend.
Which is to say, I have love affairs with the places I've merely visited and would re-engage the rendezvous without hesitation. But the places I've worked, have lost that allure, that marvelous sense of freedom and open possibility in each unfolding moment.23/06/2017 #13 CityVP 🐝 ManjitAs I read this travel buzzes I am increasingly convinced that the travelers brain is far different perspective holder than a residents brain. I used to make the distinction between traveler and tourist, but it is fairly mute because both still travel, but a resident can reside in one place and never travel.
Think Sara Palin the VP candidate in the Republican Primaries on the John McCain ticket, Palin it is said knew very little of the global world, remaining mostly if not all her life in the realm of the United States, and so the parody of SNL took hold where they project her saying "I can see Russia from my window" .
I did go to South Africa but solely as a part of the organization I was working with and not as a traveler, and in comparing notes in terms of "travel", there is no comparison to my experience and the experience articulated here, it is self-evident in this comparison that I do not possess a travelers brain. I would not see or think about place in the way it is graphically and intricately expressed - and so it is I have not (at least to date) learned to see the world this way.
In this buzz I can see how travel may enrich the soul and that I have the soul of a homeboy. It is never too late to cultivate or inculcate a new perspective, but sometimes we are simply who we are and so we can accept that as who we are, but a buzz like this is an appreciation of what is sensory to a traveler and in appreciating that, the genuine traveler provides an illuminating sight.23/06/2017 #11 Ken BoddieHow fondly we look back and reminisce,
At past 'what if's' cocooned in frozen bliss,
But, as life's journey moulds how we have changed,
Those we once knew are also rearranged,
And places where we played down memory lane,
Are oft transformed and seldom stay the same.
It's good when we can catch up,
Without attempts to match up.
- Producer23/06/2017Seven designer-approved, money-saving decorating tipsWhen doing interior decorating, there are times you really should splurge on something that’s going to last for years to come and be a wise investment. But there are also opportunities to stretch your budget. The following money-saving tips are...
Comments24/06/2017 #14 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar#11 I do not have many followers, on Twitter, besides they are bees, I will still share it. Thank you for having such a good concept of what I write, again your words are good music in my mind, happy moment of the day. Thank you @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador24/06/2017 #11 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#10 I though of you for this oost because younare always delicate in your articles, that is the source of inspiration all bloggers need to find, mind alikes, I also rely on the whole spanish team to make beBee USA dream possible through your kind shares in various social medias.23/06/2017 #10 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez EscolarFound natural objects. Child labor, of course. Reuse, it's my favorite R, wooden fruit boxes, small drawers, we can use shelf hanging on the wall, drawers we can use to create a garden at home ...
Creativity to power, yeeees.
Thank you. And thank you @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador, to name me 😉.
- Producer13/06/2017Integrity: The No. 1 Leadership Quality A few years ago, I missed out on a huge promotion because I didn’t comply with an action from a CEO of my then establishment. He instructed me to hold back a delinquent customer’s payment, so their mortgage would be transferred to the non-accrual...
Comments13/06/2017 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador@Brigette Hyacinth, you are spot on with this post. I especially liked " Healthy organizations have a strong sense of moral order. It doesn’t mean they are perfect, but they know who they are, and what they are about. There are certain lines they don’t dare cross.". I look forward to reading your book.13/06/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"Most people don’t start out being unethical but it’s little compromises here and there which starts as a small snowball, and turns into an avalanche before you yourself have realized how far you have gone". This lovely quote from your article @Brigette Hyacinth View more"Most people don’t start out being unethical but it’s little compromises here and there which starts as a small snowball, and turns into an avalanche before you yourself have realized how far you have gone". This lovely quote from your article @Brigette Hyacinth is enough to prompt me to share your lovely buzz. Close
- Producer13/06/2017Blogging on BeBee - A Few Useful ToolsMy blogs on beBee follow a simple formula. I write on a Word document, edit, paste into beBee Producer, choose an image from Google, and publish. Old school I know, but I'm working on getting with the times. Searching around on the net, here are a...
Comments18/06/2017 #49 Ken BoddieAs one who was dragged up in a 'wee hoosie' in 'Aiberdeen', Gert, speaking broad Doric Scots, English was my second language. Needless to say, English spelling and grammar were not subjects at which I excelled initially in my early school days. When asked by a frustrated and matronly, but well-wishing, teacher, "Where's your grammar, young Boddie?" I could only reply, somewhat hesitantly, with, "At home with my grandpa, miss?" 😥
The three pronged leather strap took its toll on the palms of both my hands on that particular day. 😫15/06/2017 #41 Ian WeinbergThanks for highlighting these writing aids @Gert Scholtz Fascinating, I had no idea that these programs exist. As for me, I sommer just skryf, re-read and gooi it out there. Not sure that I'll be turning to those sophisto aids - would cramp my style. Mooi bly Gert, see you soon. ( For those unfamiliar with some of the words that I've inserted, they're Afrikaans. I wrote this bit in a spontaneous style without regard for conformity - just illustrating a point)
- ProducerA Toast to Life in 1973The world not lulled into a waltz Confusion blurs who talks the talk Blank pages penned who walks the walk Tedious steps hit the road Reminds us life not tied with a bow Despite our cries, prices still rise To most this comes as no...
Comments10/06/2017 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador@Gert Scholtz, your selected song nailed my poetic attempt at the year 1973. I realize not everyone can reflect back to a time that they didn't live in. However, you picked up the aura of the era perfectly, which was way before you were born. I appreciate you. Thank you.
- Producer29/05/2017Expanding the Paradigm of our Perceptions, "Senses", and "Philosophy"This article is in response to Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee brilliant and thought provoking article titled, "Complexity, Stress, Patterns, and Multi-Sensory Awareness", "Do we have as many senses as colours?". ...
Comments06/06/2017 #25 Randall BurnsThanks for the great feedback @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee I agree with your sentiments, Nature is the vehicle that opens us up to reconnect with our "lost" senses.. I'm fascinated with the work that you're doing, it sounds like the right approach in a field that can be difficult to navigate. Your new book is on my list. :-)06/06/2017 #24 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeHow great to come and find your post @Randall Burns - so interesting you quote Carlos Castaneda, whose work opened my eyes as a young teenager. I guess I have been on the path with heart all my life. And for those of us who are, we sometimes find it difficult in a world that applauds the cognitive, the rational, the ego sense. And we still go on for some of us there is no other way.
While you mention meditation and energy as ways to open up. I will add a few others. Being in nature, even just purely walking in nature, or doing things in nature like gardening. And in those moments practising being really present to what we sense. Being open to all senses not only what we are thinking.
Practising the art of some kind, whether that be pottery, or mosaicing, or drawing, or carpentry. The making and doing and crafting with one's hands can take us out of our head and into the magic of being a creator.
Eating and cooking as a sensory experience.
Playing, laughing, dancing. Like the quote said,
“The ultimate truth is like the flavour of an apple which you can’t see with the eye or hear with the ear. The only way to experience it is to put the teachings into practice. Once you taste it, you are no longer in any doubt about its flavour, and you do not have to ask anyone else. The problem is solved.”
- Ajahn Chah -03/06/2017 #21 Gerald Hechtwhoa! Good Stuff; I read a (true) story yesterday from a anthropologist who, along with his wife, had gradually befriended a tribe of "headhunters" in a remote part of the Philippines in the 1980's...and how he came to discover an entirely new emotion...there was no word for it in any known language at the time...the word the tribe used for this "out of control...and viral emotion (once an individual experienced it...it "spread" through the entire tribe) was something like "lignet"...I'm not sure if I'm remembering the English spelling equivalent correctly...but over time, through talking with members of this group --the gist of it ; is a feeling of being "overamped" or "high voltage", that can only be alleviated by the entire tribe engaging in howling (like a group primal scream it seemed) and a ritual head hunt...and one of the members throwing the head as far as they could...IN FACT, that was the ONLY reason they ever engaged in that activity...which was VERY RARELY. This also reminded me of an incident at the end of WWII that I use as an example of color perception in teaching Sensation and Perception; General MacArthur, during the Marshall Plan was assigning Japanese citizens to install traffic signals...when he saw the first examples he went ballistic; he thought they were red, amber and BLUE...he didn't realize that there is that range of EM radiation wavelengths around 480-500micrometers, in that aquamarine/turquoise range that some cultures learn to call "green" and others "blue"...he thought they didn't know how to see....31/05/2017 #19 Randall Burns#18 Thank You @Praveen Raj Gullepalli, for reading and commenting. LMAO! it's OK, I still can't see my hands in my dreams either But even after reading CC's books for 40 years, (started reading them in 1974 when he only had 3 books at that time), I still don't tire of hearing his Tales of his escapades and adventures, and I still take to heart his deeper messages.31/05/2017 #18 Praveen Raj GullepalliThe Way of the Sufis is the Path of the Heart...and the senses...reveling in Song, Dance, Drama, Music and Poetry. If any modern sect comes closest to exalting the senses and perception of life through them then it has got to be Sufism, Randall. The Way of the Buddha is the way of awareness, contemplation and action as per the eight-fold path...many ways to the same Goal indeed! Coming back to Don Juan, I am still waiting for the day I can see my own two hands / palms in a dream ;) My wife had a dream recently in which, after some preamble, she found herself staring at her palms...and when she spoke to me about the strangeness of it all I was immediately reminded about CC and his amazing tales.30/05/2017 #14 Deborah LevineGreat article @Randall Burns. Our spiritual selves, beyond the senses and beyond the intellect, do indeed require nurturing. The patterns of behavior and thought that block access to that realm are often learned early in our lives. Today's fast pace and technology emphasis embeds those patterns deeper by rewarding habits that bypass the spiritual realm in which energy is the language. However, I see a growing number of people emerging from the blank star of today's computerized environment. I am hopeful.30/05/2017 #11 Gert Scholtz#8 @Randall Burns I thought using the word intuitively will catch up with me :). By intuitively I mean that I have an awareness which is not necessarily derived from the senses or from applied thought. But what is intuition then and where does it come from? Well, I think that is what your post is about. Thanks Randall.30/05/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI am driven to write as motivated by this lovely buzz @Randall Burns that "to make sense we have to experience it and then feeding it". I liked so much the two wolves story and the quote " “All paths are the same: they lead nowhere. ... Does this path have a heart? If it does, the path is good; if it doesn't, it is of no use. Both paths lead nowhere; but one has a heart, the other doesn't". We humans have choices, but which one to feed is the issue.
- Producer18/05/20175 Mistakes to Avoid: Why People Ignore Your Awesome StuffI woke up early this morning. My wife was sound asleep and I believe in letting sleeping tigresses sleep. I needed something quiet to do. From 05:00 to 09:15 I read Producer posts on beBee. I had an ulterior motive. John White, MBA and I created a...
Comments22/05/2017 #38 Tausif MundrawalaThe suggestions highlighted were worth paying heed to. I agree with you on all counts. Am glad that I read this buzz as I have missed it earlier. Thank you so much my friend, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian View moreThe suggestions highlighted were worth paying heed to. I agree with you on all counts. Am glad that I read this buzz as I have missed it earlier. Thank you so much my friend, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian for sharing this with us. Close20/05/2017 #33 Brian McKenzieOr it could be, what I think is awesome slathered in special sauce is highly off the radar of popularity and social media trends.
My stuff tends to land as Glorious festooned sparkled bullshit with a niche market. If I wrote what is popular, my realm would be billionaire BDSM misanthropes initiating yonder waifs into a failing Cinderella rip-off.19/05/2017 #29 Lada 🏡 PrkicYour tips about paragraph length and text complexity I'll apply to my next post. Thanks for the info on the Hemingway App. I tested the app to see how it works. I took some of its recommendations. I also found the title analyzer very useful. Thanks for that @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian. :-)
- Producer04/05/2017beBee is Taking Member Content Sharing to the Next LevelNot only does beBee have massive organic reach by distributing your content to ALL of your followers and up to 3 topic based hives, beBee is the only social media network that regularly promotes its user-generated content on other social media...
Comments05/05/2017 #24 AnonymousI will make a note to do this! Thanks for this tip! You ROCK ! And what @David B. Grinberg said.. I like how you incorporated a bee into a positive example.
Im really working on my blogging skills and giving Honey back to bees and hives. I appreciate it - thank you! ! (feel free to use me as a positive example anytime! LOL)05/05/2017 #14 David B. GrinbergNice buzz, John, and kudos on the content sharing. That's a great way to promote writer on Producer while also promoting the brand. Or, in other words, a win-win outcome. Now what other social media platform does that? None. That's why the buzz is growing louder worldwide. Keep up the awesome, John!
- Producer08/05/2017ObscurityI wrote a post earlier about https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joyce-bowen/the-price-of-compassion. I could relate to much of the story myself. I’m facing similar circumstances. I find myself scrambling for solutions to my dilemma, and have finally...
Comments10/05/2017 #45 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeePatreon is a great site. I cannot afford to run a website or have one made right now. In the future, I will take care of all of that. Please note that any fees come out of my end and not patrons. It is my decision as to whether or not I feel that is what I can afford or not afford.10/05/2017 #43 Phil FriedmanJoyce and All, I've looked at the Patreon T&C and the 5% handling fee seems very reasonable to me -- especially given that any form of credit card or electronic payment would involve at least 2.5% handling cost or more, and Patreon appears to be absorbing that. I'll watch for news of what you're going to do, and stand ready to make good on my pledge. I expect that others will do the same. My best to you.10/05/2017 #38 debasish majumderauctioning of what? only mundane material! but, what about the material you yourself possess and continuously disseminated? thought is equally a material and having equally strength to influence and navigate others whether he or she lives or nor. apparently one die, but with his or her death, i guess, the matter just transformed. but remain in different state, an aura, which never be obliterated. however, wonderful insight @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee! enjoyed read. thank you the share.10/05/2017 #34 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#33 I have been published. I simply have never made derived a living from it. I save work to external hard drives now but have lost much from the past. I managed to save newspapers from my editorial column and the like from school, but have seen websites go defunct over time, taking my work with it. Silly me. I spread my work around on websites now and save copies diligently..10/05/2017 #33 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThere are a lot of good and great people here who are showing that their heart is in the right place. What I see here at beBee is that you have produced a body of work. In that body of work you have a stated mission. Right now you have an opportunity to think startup rather than obscurity. You have a base to work with what you have here including people who are supporting you.
You need to work out how much you need to get your project off the ground and transform these circumstances towards the mission you have stated many times over about being published. The opportunity here for you is kickstarter and scale this through the kickstarter community, because you have bees already behind you. With pledges and charity the focal point is still pointed to obscurity, but with the passion you have already demonstrated it is time for you to think about your mission.
You have the body of work here, you have a definite aim for service of a greater cause, you want to be published and in this hour of need people have come forth to show their support for you. Surely the best way to go in this minute is to figure out what you need to fund your dream and then create a plan and focus around that through kickstarter. To me this seems like a possibility, but at the end of the day it comes down to how much you can get your mind to what the big vision is.
I know one thing, I saw Montel on CNN., Montel was on CNN and he was livid about what is happening with healthcare and absolutely fearful of what it means to poor people who have MS in terms of what "pre-existing condition" means. With your background and focus and your intent, these are the kind of challenges which can end up being a kickstarter project. That is a choice on the table when you speak of the "scramble for solutions".
Comments03/05/2017 #1 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorMonetization for contents on all social medias for: Bloggers, Video Bloggers (vLog), and Photographers.
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Is there a cloud based solution to monetize our time online ? Can we turn pros ? What are the ropes & rules in a paid content marketplace ?
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- Producer02/05/2017Alone or in The Pack, How to do Twitter Right: Why Bother?Last year, I wrote a series about how to be a Twitter Bad-Ass. I wrote it because I was shocked at just how few people actually use Twitter. By that, I mean how few actually have an account. If we only consider who is using Twitter to full...
Comments03/05/2017 #12 Lisa 🐝 GallagherGreat tips and plethora of in @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian. Ok, this is going to sound err... seedy??? Where do I promote my promo code in order to promote your article? Should I use another article about tweetpack and use code when I tweet? Now.. don't laugh at me yet. ;-)03/05/2017 #11 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#7 Not quite no one.... there are 328,000,000 average monthly users. If beBee does what Twitter used to to do for you, then I venture to say you were doing it wrong. beBee and Twitter are so far removed from each other that one can not possibly replace the other.02/05/2017 #8 Pascal DerrienI have come back to Twitter recently in order wake up my dormant account but I think I still don't get it it's like fast food I find the whole thing overly superficial I am very unsure what traffic it does really drive to beBee. On the other hand Facebook has been good for what I am doing with.......02/05/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 ManjitbeBee does for me everything that I used to use Twitter for, so in 2017 my Twitter accounts are a ghost-town, they are like the bits of Detroit that are derelict and shuttered.
A buzz like this simply reminds me that Twitter does exist, but right now other than being reminded that Twitter exists, every minute I spend on Twitter is one minute removed from beBee - there is no value add for me on Twitter that beBee isn't already providing and then some a.k.a include value add that has reduced my trips to LinkedIn to occasional.
The only other social media property in play is the one I least expected to be in play which is Facebook, but that is entirely because that is the platform of choice for the students in our club when they are not on their mobile sites like facetime, instagram, snapchat and host of other apps. This is what they said to me when I asked them about "Twitter" - "no one uses Twitter anymore" and in their world "no one" means the other young students and their immediate peers.
If I develop nostalgia as a part of my own learning journey, then I might consider signing in to Twitter this year. to remember the good old days.
- ProducerSponsored contents on beBee - What Is IZEA ?Monetization for contents on all social medias for: Bloggers, Video Bloggers (vLog), and Photographers.GET SPONSORED BY BIG BRANDSMany of you on beBee are curious about this. Can we be paid for our passion and talents ? Is there a cloud based...
Comments30/04/2017 #2 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorThanks @☘️Don Philpott ! Did you have the time to fill all your social media accounts? Take your time but think about the list: twitter,YouTube, bebee Blog or other blogs, Facebook, Flickr, Foursquare, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn (current issue being taken care of) , Tumblr ,WordPress.30/04/2017 #1 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorCome ! @Jose Antonio Rueda Cardenas your are a publicist, you know the ropes of the discipline: It would be an immense honor to have you on-board: http://app.izea.com/r/2O8y , Hombre ! Ven con nosotros ! LOL. The more personae like you , the more beBee will develop as a place to be, an app to have and a home to prosper with. Good for human kind, good for business.
- ProducerBeBee's bloggers : Join the World's Largest Sponsored Marketplace.Engineeo Global Ventures 's team is looking for professional writers , bloggers, marketers and social media influencers (7 to 10 twitter's score) to join their team worldwide.Stephan Metral is coordinating the teams click here to join the team on...
Comments09/05/2017 #112 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@koka sexton Check this one, after seeing your excellent blog - https://goo.gl/HWmqxm - i saw you already monetize yours, maybe you would consider joining the team on beBee (26), after this marketplace we will go directly to fortune 500 CMOs.06/05/2017 #109 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorNew tools have been shared for websites and blogs owners, in english, soanish and portuguese. Mix the sponsored content with various advertising display strategies, propel the very same content , article, video, picture , tweet, shares to a better ROI.02/05/2017 #98 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorTeam growth in 2 days = 13 conversions ! Thumbs up for those who decide to step into action. Please feature a photo and use the same nickname as ID than on beBee so i can follow up with you all. For everyone, link up all you social media account, those valuable are the one that are older than 90 days for review of approval and taken in consideration for bid rates range. Homeworks to do Team members + Add you paypal account !
- WHY BEBEE ? because everyone need a personal brand ! And to achieve this you need to have a mentor like @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood and get an app to keep you on track with your goals: read the following: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@stephan-metral/bebee-fun-tricks-success-achieved-goalsWhy You Need a Personal Brand? How to build your personal brand to be noticed on the job...
Comments28/04/2017 #6 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador#5 Cross-marketing is like cross-pollination - a transfer of ideas. And yes, everything in the universe is related. The easier it is to tap into resources to gain knowledge, the better off we are. Being active in a community gives us more leverage to meet our goals than doing it solo.28/04/2017 #5 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorThanks @ @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador for sharing cross-marketing content. Becausee beBee is also for promoting your peers all along a good piece of resources and fellow bees to relay it. I think that will illustrate well what @Javier 🐝 beBee & @Juan Imaz intended to develop into our behaviors when they came up with the App ! Collaborative Affinity Networking and personal brand is not ALL about you, it is about your community and the people that are inspiring you to move forward...with a smile !28/04/2017 #4 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#3 Hope You like cross-marketing, because in this universe as well in the under-verse, everything is related. How would you achieve a great personal brand without a Mentor and tools to keep track of your goals achievement. It is like being a Dad, there no schools for that job, but we can ask our elders and friends how they made it through, a good capuccino in one hand and a smile in the other. Right ?28/04/2017 #2 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorCC all brand ambassadors @🐝 Fatima G. Williams @George Touryliov @Jan 🐝 Barbosa @David B. Grinberg @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador @Frank Greenwood I beBee Ambassador @Fran 🐝 Brizzolis Use cross marketing technique to do some PR effects with combining personae exposure related to beBee and the Try it - beBee fun tricks series offering intersting tools for users ! buzz it share it CC other Brand ambasssdors : Create a tsunami effect, affinity propagation will take care of the rest.
- Producer20/04/2017Sometimes you just have to WaddleI took a step on my journey Unsteady and unsure Leery of what lie ahead But eager to explore I meandered down my path And went from here to there Marveling at life’s beauty I waddled without a care I...
Comments21/04/2017 #26 Joel Anderson@Javier 🐝 beBee @John White, MBA @Juan Imaz J3, I wanted to plug you in, not because of my poem but because of some great folks and their comments and then from those who tagged this a relevant, they all, far better than me, contribute so much to what truly makes beBee special. They and you all rock. Keep doing what your doing and keep making a difference. "Onward to the Edge" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akek6cFRZfY https://youtu.be/DZGINaRUEkU21/04/2017 #16 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI know that I am different
Unique in my own kind of way
But when I look around me
I see others waddling too, as we pass throughout the day
Completely unaware that @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher View moreI know that I am different
Unique in my own kind of way
But when I look around me
I see others waddling too, as we pass throughout the day
Completely unaware that @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher picked the same quote of your lovely poem @Joel Anderson. Unique in my own kind of way is what attracted my eye because of its beauty and relevance to my last buzz in which I questioned the value of authenticity. Thanks Joel for sharing your walk in nature and self. Close21/04/2017 #15 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI really enjoyed this @Joel Anderson. This stood out, "I know that I am different
Unique in my own kind of way
But when I look around me
I see others waddling too, as we pass throughout the day"
And some waddle with a lot of effort, yet they still waddle through and through. Great message above!21/04/2017 #14 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#12 But we know what you represent @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee - the true spirit of "fall down seven times, get up eight". Same way Denzil Washington said to his fellow actors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnQoTZakZp0 - no matter how many times the floor and you have become friends, the people that your voice is for, will get to know the greater wisdom in your waddle
This waddle is the greatest movement of all, for this movement is in support for making things better for the lives who you fight for, that innocent waddle that was corrupted by abuse but now has a voice that seeks to bring justice for all those people who should have waddled in peace but whose lives were hurt by injustice and harm. Here I see the waddle of a champion for humanity and a person who battles each day for things that never came easy. If that is your waddle Joyce, that waddle is greatness.21/04/2017 #13 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#11 #12 You know what, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee even without MS, I think many of us walk around tripping over our own legs because ALL we pay attention to is other people's reactions.
Screw them, I say.
How about we screen some t-shirts with the alert:
"I am practicing my Elaine dance. I won last year."
Could this be an upcoming live buzz contest, @John White, MBA?21/04/2017 #12 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeahahh So reminds me of my waddling adventures with my MS. Problem is--if you are not in a wheelchair, people who have legs simply can't comprehend the need to waddle. Is it the same with our thinking? I'm going to have to school someone tomorrow in the need to waddle. He dissed my disability last week when he said, "you made it here, didn't you?" Each step is a calculated motion. My need to stay off the floor is driven by my concern for people's reactions when I and the floor meet. "The floor and I are friends," I say.21/04/2017 #11 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorI may not be using the correct word to describe this poem but it is adorable. The title grabbed my attention and I had no idea, I was about to read a fun and whimsical poem. Hmm, perhaps a new hive inspired by @Joel Anderson View moreI may not be using the correct word to describe this poem but it is adorable. The title grabbed my attention and I had no idea, I was about to read a fun and whimsical poem. Hmm, perhaps a new hive inspired by @Joel Anderson @Deb 🐝 Helfrich and @CityVP 🐝 Manjit - The Waddle and Silly Walks. The description of the hive could be @CityVP 🐝 Manjit's statement "Whether it is duck, chicken or penguin - there is an expression of freedom that is hard for a thinking mind to evolve if we don't exhibit within us this freedom of play. Those three waddlers were exploring also and what they are exhibiting is freedom.". What does everyone think? Close20/04/2017 #10 Tausif MundrawalaThe title itself caught my attention and couldn't resist myself reading this wonderful poem. At first sight I thought it might be a post on the topic of waddle but later on surprised to find this excellent poem. Sometimes you just have to waddle. Instead of not initiating any action we need to take small steps in the right direction in order to achieve something in life.
Thanks for sharing this buzz with us, @Joel Anderson20/04/2017 #8 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#7 My favourite Fawlty Towers episode was "The Germans" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfl6Lu3xQW0 but British humour back then is not what political correctness eventually got serous about or should I say did get serious about. Cambridge University has a lot to answer for when it comes to British comedy :-)
- Producer20/04/2017Golden Moments on BeBeeToday I have been on beBee for a year. Time flies and often I am caught up in the immediacy and novelty of the latest feeds, posts and comments. In this post my thoughts travel back to treasured experiences and friendships formed in this global...
Comments07/05/2017 #57 Ken BoddieAs you know, Gert, I've been on my travels and have hence missed this anniversary epistle to the epistlers.
You might say that:
I'm sorely pissed,
That I missed your list,
And I must insist,
That you persist,
Since your blogs have a twist,
That I can't resist,
So don't desist,
Or you'll be badly missed.
Here's to the next 70 posts and many more years of inspiration. 🤔29/04/2017 #56 Aleta CurrySorry I'm late to the party, I had a hellish couple of weeks (Life does that to us sometimes, as I'm sure you all know).
Thank you, @Gert Scholtz for mentioning me in such distinguished company - I am truly honoured. I hasten to add that you yourself are one I think we would all include on our lists of beBee faves. You're always so humble about your own contributions, too. When I grow up, I hope to be as gracious as you are.22/04/2017 #52 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI love how you put this together @Gert Scholtz. I'm glad we met on beBee, I really enjoy your writing! Congrats on your 70th buzz and I can't believe it's been over a year already!! More excitement to come and keep those buzzes coming, I will keep reading as they cross my timeline :)) You mentioned great people on here!21/04/2017 #48 Gert Scholtz@David B. Grinberg You could not have said it better David: "Every bee is significant and special in their own right, as are all the hives. Every bees buzzes with unique perspectives, knowledge and insights, which contributes to a thriving community of bees and honey." Thank you for commenting and sharing and spreading the buzz from north to south.21/04/2017 #47 Gert Scholtz@Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador Time flies indeed Franci. It feels like yesterday that I became acquainted with you on beBee. You could not give me a bigger compliment than saying you are saving the post to enjoy again. " Soveel vriende, soveel vreugde - so many friends, so much joy."21/04/2017 #44 David B. GrinbergKudos to YOU, Gert, for being such a valuable part of the beBee community in general, and among the ambassadors in particular. All of the brilliant bees you mentioned likewise deserves accolades for enhancing and enriching the overall user experience, engagement and satisfaction platform-wide. Every bee is significant and special in their own right, as are all the hives. Every bees buzzes with unique perspectives, knowledge and insights, which contributes to a thriving community of bees and honey.
The buzz is growing louder every day now from continent to continent and region to region worldwide. All one needs to do is listen closely to hear the sweet sound of the growing swarm.20/04/2017 #43 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorHow time flies when you're with good people, @Gert Scholtz. My time spent on beBee is definitely filled with golden moments and it is because of you and people like you. I am honored to be mentioned here along with this amazing group of people. I am saving this buzz in my personal file so I can enjoy it again and again, especially when I need a good reason to smile.
Soveel vriende, soveel vreugde - so many friends, so much joy. How true this is.
- Producer13/10/2016Social Media Cross-Pollination Enhanced with beBee Note: beBee is a mobile first platform – this post is optimised for smart phones used in vertical (Portrait) mode. So what is Social Media Cross-Pollination? Let’s start firstly with something we may be familiar with, bees and...
Comments25/04/2017 #28 Donna WoodIs there a beBee icon (?) like there is for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn that I can add to my website to direct more traffic here? I made my beBee blog my blog page on the website menu, but I would really like something that people can click on to get to beBee with the rest of the icons. Hope this is clear as mud....
- Producer18/04/2017The 5 Advantages of Blogging Through beBee's Publishing PlatformAcknowledgement, a following, and popularity can be gained from being a current and relevant blogger. By blogging you can display your interests, strengthen your personal brand and have an impact on your audience. To have a strong personal brand...
Comments19/04/2017 #25 David B. GrinbergThank you, Juan, for another buzzing blog post about...blogging! You make some excellent points, as usual. I've found Producer to be akin to an oasis in a desert. It always quenches my thirst for writing and reading the wonderful writing of so many other bees. Keep buzzing!19/04/2017 #24 Pamela 🐝 Williams#9 Thanks for the tag Stephan! I was on my phone when I saw it but unfortunately the signal was weak and it locked up on me! I had to wait to get home to read Juan's wonderful post. I'm excited about the collaborative posts! That could be huge fun but especially help develop some very creative posts. We have some great thinker bees in the hive and I would love to see what develops in an actual back and forth 'conversation'. @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, @Sara Jacobovici @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, you three could blow the roof off the hives!
Just imagine some of the fictional stories that could develop. I always feel uncomfortable writing long comments when a post truly inspires thought. With collaborative posts; some great writing teams could develop. beBee is the most innovative social media site in existence and I'm so glad to be a part of the platform.19/04/2017 #23 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorSuperb buzz and excellent advice. I am impressed by beBee's positive attitude and continuing endeavors to please its users. #13 Worthy comment @CityVP 🐝 Manjit - reminds me of a comment I read today "be yourself because the original is worth more than a copy" - IMO, this statement is motto worthy.18/04/2017 #20 debasish majumderGreat insight @Juan Imaz! it is truly inspiring that beBee is flourishing, giving leverage to many by creating contents and getting audiences, enabling to make a niche with distinction. wish in near future it alone will enjoy at the apex of social networking site as all bees are working hard to make it a distinct one. nice share. enjoyed read. thank you very much for sharing such inspiring post.18/04/2017 #17 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#15 If at least we could compare them... but bebee has got is own path. Iam confident about the future days, because in a certain way bebee Can only evolve towards avenues the other SM missed completely. SM is an ecosystem, and bees are crucial to it.18/04/2017 #13 CityVP 🐝 ManjitbeBee as a publishing platform is a bonus. For me it is an expression platform where I am a personal editor.
There is money to be made on the web as a publisher but the traditional line of media was between editor and publisher. That line has been crossed over and over in the online media world, until we are all marketing agents because our principal instruction and learning is from marketers and not journalists. The revival of the human mind will be found through an appreciation for journalism and praising the quality mind of great journalists.
This is the spirit of Edward Murrow talking and not Donald Trump. Trump is a fine marketer, he has shown that through marketing alone one can ascend to a position of great importance, but until we become aware that an editor is different from a publisher, we will continue living in the world as if its only a marketing fishbowl. Great profits in the short-term but no long-term societal value.
beBee therefore is a fantastic expression platform and I welcome my marketing friends to explore it as a publishing platform - but don't buy me, think for yourself - that is also the same message the Beatles gave decades ago https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKchPO4kzCk and even as the Beatles were well marketed they were also great personal editors - a.k.a. their songwriting ability https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9H8zp72dxg Don't follow me, be you.18/04/2017 #11 Javier 🐝 beBeeMore Reasons why you should use beBee Producer
- ProducerTry it - bebee Useful Tricks - Pin it for business !One always says 1 picture is worth a 1000 words.Very true, specially with socialmedias.Analysis shows that 9 time out of 10 we over utilize Twitter to promote the content we produce here on bebee.So the content promoted relies only on hashtags with...
Comments18/04/2017 #67 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorHey @Juan Imaz what about an infographic of the Features so we can collectively perform what specialists call a twitter storm + I'd like to upload on my pinterest business to get various insights on new comers and media outreach sources .17/04/2017 #58 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorThe purpose of this post combined with Try it! BeBee Fun Tricks series was to showcase methods and tools that bloggers and brand ambassadors could leverage to render attractive illustrations and diversify their distribution platform driving traffic to beBee. You can use them...or do nothing. It is on a voluntary basis.16/04/2017 #54 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#53 Gracias compadre, I have found many others pics on pinterest and listed them in bookmarks to use them back in incoming traffic and users conversion. Though i am quite busy for personal reason, i will have my team next week work on a strategy involving attractive visual, tagging and audience segementation that we will of course monitor to understand their dynamics, i will share it with you and @Netta Virtanen, if its ok with you. Analytics show the great work performed by your team on twitter to sustain the media rich. Our purpose is to generate autonomous sources of conversions, thought social media users habits and added value perception to grab a part of market shares. we won't use much of comparatives to convince but much more on irrational motivations sticking to passions, affinities, and big common sense. Feel free to private message directions if you wish. Happy Easter to all the team !16/04/2017 #51 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.great share thank you @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador
- ProducerbeBee takes on social medias -Science of Engagement doing Great, lately...Everyone is wondering, if the new disruptive platform we are buzzing on and finally find a new home for our both personal and professional brand image is doing great?Estimate Social Media Outreach < +11M.263Unlike the last news,...
Comments15/04/2017 #21 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Netta Virtanena thanks ,my next post will show that the outreach has trippled over the last 30 days means bebee is doing better and better. the Insights led me to diversify on several other plateforms offering business editions. I will monitor the ROI.10/04/2017 #18 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#15 The problem with that approach is that you can only look at your own anti-spam measures, and they don't matter.
What Twitter decides is spam is locked. And they aren't telling what that might be. You need to infer it.
That actually makes sense. If they say what they are looking to block, it's easier to get around it. They also add new stuff and change old stuff all the time.
I had much trouble inferring this latest thing because it only makes sense on the surface. It actually hurts user engagement and may even affect people who click on share to twitter buttons often.
As they have done in the past, Twitter will no doubt eventually see that their good idea is badly implemented. They will adjust accordingly.
Until then, be careful10/04/2017 #17 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#16 No, my account is big and busy enough that there's enough engagement to mark it as non-spam. The new account, @beBeeEmbassy is tiny. It had its tokens restricted to read-only four times before I finally got to talk to someone at Twitter.
The anti-spam ignores what you program and why, it just looks at what tweets and how people respond to those tweets. It seems to trigger lockdown at about 20 daily mentions IF those mentions are not engaged with.
Only write-functions are considered here.
Their basic idea is good, but the implementation is bizarre. You know what they say about the Road to Hell being paved with Good Intentions.
I instituted a non-mention policy on myTweetPack to protect user accounts. Once Twitter comes to its senses, it will be easy to remove.It's only one line of code.
They started on little accounts and are moving up. Right now I'm hearing issues on Twitter Developer chatter about 10,000 follower accounts getting locked for "excessive @mentions."
Strange stuff Twitter is smoking10/04/2017 #15 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#14 I read your posts about that, so i took the initiative to study in depth all anti-span factors and parameter settings, i retrieve all API triggered LOOPS to go under the radars. The great thing with people like twitter and linkedin is that you can always think two steps ahead of the because they fell into the reactive pattern instead of the proactive &innovative one. It is a matter of time hackers/ad spammers find the worm hole and transform it into a Quazar !!! HAHAHAHA...unless someone with bad intentions release the trick on video with V for vendetta mask on a youtube video going viral.....but that is also classified. : )10/04/2017 #13 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#10 one great example, we like the earth magnetic fields because it protect the entire planet from solar radiations...on the other hand the same phenomenon attracts meteorites to plunge on the planet, small ones...and big ones.
You cannot get YIN without the YANG !
Wow...i am hiiiiigh this monday morning....LOL.10/04/2017 #12 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#9 Thanks @Jan 🐝 Barbosa brand24 is quite cool and instructive, but not proactive. Unlike SMA web-servers built on Opensource that can really interact One to One with each stakeholders, taking in account predictive workflows and scenari of action plan..like if the user does this, then the AI module does that ( event 1 triggers event 2), on and on, till you get the user into every and each cognitive stage and re-action planning. That is what i am working on as an ''innovative'' brand ambassador.
Interacting with 2, 100 000, 11M+, 300M+, 2.8B+ users...in fact the capabilities are uncapped by design, which will never be the LinkedIn case, it is way (bigdata) too late for them to migrate.
I would add, that with the change of ownership, that will never be again the case. Users serve LinkedIn goals, not the other way around.
Everything that goes up..goes down...it is a matter of time.10/04/2017 #11 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#9 I am only a fisherman with his boat collecting data and marking down on a Map where do the fish 1)live 2)eat 3)shelter 4)reproduce 5)hunt 6)migrate 7)interact... like in the dark ages...i am a map builder...very useful to pilgrims & explorer...that is just a small contribution to pay back...for thanking all bees and team for propelling my passions and pro/perso brand forward.
I hereby apologize for all the team individuals i have not named here...but i am sure your will recognize yourselves and take pride in it.
The power of thank you...never vanishes..it last way beyond fame, pride and glory.
YOU guys are all on the right, track ! That moment is called: THE CONVERGENCE.10/04/2017 #10 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#8 Thanks @Juan Imaz but i am only doing a pro-bono monitoring of facts here, it might appears a good post, but the essential thing to recall after all...i am only a (wise) witness & pro-active passenger here of what is happening. The glory, kudos and rewards have to go back to all the Team, Yourself, @Javier 🐝 beBee, @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín (always very discrete, but everywhere with a gentle and geniune efficency) @Netta Virtanen for here great work and strong support to the executives, and all the bees of the team. It is their hard works and some efficient little pushes by @John White, MBA, and also @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian and all the active and devoted Brand ambassadors that have to be saluted.10/04/2017 #6 David B. GrinbergI really admire your proactive and innovative mindset, Stephan. We must do more "thinking outside the box" to grow beBee. Here's my twitter handle @DBGrinberg at https://twitter.com/DBGrinberg View moreI really admire your proactive and innovative mindset, Stephan. We must do more "thinking outside the box" to grow beBee. Here's my twitter handle @DBGrinberg at https://twitter.com/DBGrinberg
I look forward to trying out the Twitter technique you describe above. Keep buzzing! Close09/04/2017 #5 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@David Navarro López @John White, MBA @Javier 🐝 beBee i always appreciate your thumbs up! You are welcome to share, tweet and if you dare going out your comfort zone, you can start Google+ And facebook it. Quck question: do you have your list of top influencers that follows you up and do you interact with them ?
- Producer03/03/2017Steps to Create a New Hive on beBeeCreate a new hive on beBee. If you are buzzing aroundbeBee looking for a specific hive to share your buzz in but you can’t find it, create your own new hive! Yes, it’s possible and we are telling you how! WHAT HIVES CAN YOU CREATE?Brand hivesIf you...
- Producer14/03/2017beBee Guide👉 If you missed any of the tutorials on how to optimally use beBee, as a user or a company, today we bring you a new Producer with a summary of the beBee Guide where you will find all the links on how to correctly use this social network with more...
Comments27/03/2017 #7 Susan 🐝 Rooks#6 I saw @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.'s share, so I figured I'd share it too, @Sara Jacobovici! The more the merrier, right?27/03/2017 #6 Sara JacoboviciThank you @Susan 🐝 Rooks and @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. for sharing this guide. I'm happy to say I can still discover something new that makes it better for me to be on beBee. Great Guide.27/03/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.thank YOU