- Producer26/11/2016Put a Pic with the Name - New Ambassadors added as of Nov. 22, 2016https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/new-bebee-ambassadors-2016-november https://www.bebee.com/@larryboyer Larry Boyer - United States https://www.bebee.com/@jan-barbosa Jan Barbosa - Puerto Rico ...
- 07/11/2016Please join me in extending a warm welcome to @koka sexton! Koka is an internationally recognized social media marketing expert, keynote speaker, and former LinkedIn Head of Social Media. Welcome to the hive, Koka!
https://www.bebee.com/bee/koka-sextonkoka sexton - beBeewww.bebee.com Public profile of koka sexton on beBee. beBee is the only social affinity network specialized by sector. Join and get...
- 06/11/2016Just a quick tip.... @Irene Hackett noticed on Friday night that the Google Chrome browser has a nifty little "Translate this page" button that automatically appears if you go to a buzz not in your selected native language. The options link allows you to pick and chose the source language and translation language. I did most of my browsing in Firefox, but this lovely little button might change my habits! There is some great content on beBee outside of English... and technology is making it easy for us to broaden our perspectives!
Comments06/11/2016 #6 Anonymous#3 Deb, you can still do the 'chunk by chunk' while in translations mode - no need to go to go elsewhere! While in translate mode, highlight a section and a pop-up will show the section in its original language! Like I said, I am like a kid in a candy shop now - being able to read all the wonderful buzzes being produced across the globe!! :-)06/11/2016 #4 Charles David UpchurchThanks for this buzz, @Deb Helfrich. You have confirmed what I wrote about in this August, 2015 article, over on LinkedIn.
I think it was just before we "met" as fellow LinkedIn UNfluencers(TM), Deb. Do you mind if I use the image you provided here (with credit to you) to update that old article?06/11/2016 #3 Deb Helfrich#2 I'd been copying and pasting from firefox this whole time.... and I probably still will when I am not pressed for time, as doing it chuck by chunk and seeing the translation side by side is improving my languages, whereas just changing the whole page means I don't get to learn anything.06/11/2016 #2 Pamela L. WilliamsThanks Deb. When I moved to Chrome a couple months ago I noticed that option. I also found out that sometimes the pop up does not appear, but there is a little icon in the address bar on the far right that is the translate option. Since I only used this while on beBee I thought it was beBee doing it for a while until I went offsite and it appeared. See how untech savvy I am?
- Producer27/10/2016How to Use the beBee Share ButtonOn beBee content comes first! All of our users share interesting content on different topics in the proper hives but, how can you share interesting information on your other social media accounts? How can you let your contacts in on relevant beBee...
- Producer23/10/2016Why The Comment “Great Post” Is The Last Thing Any Op/Ed Blogger Wants To See.This is part 3 of my now established series on op/ed blogging. Who knows how long this will last. Not me.And what did you hear, my blue-eyed son? And what did you hear, my darling young one? I heard the sound of a thunder that roared out a...
Comments26/10/2016 #45 Ben PintoG R E A T P O S T. Over at the Dark Side, the 'Great Post' that was sent as a private message and was offered as another way to interact with the writer, was nothing more than an engagement tool in and of itself. People still had the option to add the type of comments that you crave. People had the option of commenting directly to the post with two words like 'great post.' There was introduced a third option and that was an auto generated private message that said 'great post.' It was meant to encourage the author to answer that with a message back asking for comments to please be added directly to the article instead of 'back channel.' This created another form of engagement getting people to use the messaging system. Another answer that was used by the blogger was "which post are you referring to?" Eventually they added the actual article information to the auto-response and it quickly went bye-bye.
They are now offering an auto-message to thank those that have checked off on one's skills, but thanking you for only one of them. This generates, hopefully, a response of 'but I did all of them for you...'26/10/2016 #42 Richard BuseMany decades ago most of the great big city daily newspapers had columnists who regularly PO'd people. At best, those columnists managed to shift public opinion. At worst, they usually got people to think about why they loved or loathed the particular piece they were reading. Too often there's a throw-away nature to online discourse. "Great Post" is not a thoughtful comment, nor are quickly-written posts that do not rise above name-calling.26/10/2016 #37 Phil Friedman#36 well, Tony, truth be told, I get Jim to ghost all my stuff --- at least the pieces that piss off a lot of people. :-) Seriously, you could do a lot worse than use Jim as a blogging guide, because he has mastered the art of perking reader interest, while getting people to love him. Well, most people, anyway.25/10/2016 #35 Tony Rossi#27 I feel like there's a snarky comment about pollination ready here, but I just can't find it.... Either way, I'm convinced your plan is working; this series, your broader effort, makes writing and online publishing accessible and less intimidating to the audience at large. Keep it up, sir, we'll follow your lead!24/10/2016 #30 John Rylance"Great post" can be viewed as damming with faint praise ( average, mediocre) Mind you finding an alternative is fraught with difficulties. Here are a few to precede post. Superdoopah, amazing, mind-blowing, tantalising, and many others all needing clarification. The crux is clarity of view/comment.
One final thought perhaps a current short comment would be "This post is buzzing" That would set people thinking, it's more active than the "bumbling" Great Post"
- 24/10/2016Starting a new feature. Tips on getting more out of the user experience here on beBee. If you have any tips you would like to pass along, pm them to me and I will edit them into this format. The more bees who contribute the better it will be for everybee-de.
- Producer29/08/2016The Unofficial Guide to beBee Jargon for Beginners or Busy Bees Hey all you buzz heads out there; this is Bo Buzzbee with your, unofficial and totally unsanctioned, Guide to beBee Jargon for beginners. It’s about time someone came up with a list like this and who better than a total smart-spiracle like me eh?...
Comments23/10/2016 #44 Michael D. Davis#43 Thank you for your comments and adding to the discussion Don! Thanks for following me here on beBee as well. I hope you have an opportunity to take a look at The Daily Chalkboard hive sometime. It's the "honey" I enjoy spreading more than any other on this new affinity social network.06/09/2016 #40 Mohammad Azam Khan#35 Short of that, and when required, beBee has the honey and the buzz and boBee and whatnot is not available, it's just that @Dean Owen is possibly looking for a catchy phrase for the comments. Bees communication, there's the waggle bee dance or waggle dance or waggle in short.06/09/2016 #34 Mohammad Azam Khan#14 When a honey bee stings a person, it cannot pull the barbed stinger back out. It leaves behind not only the stinger, but also part of its abdomen and digestive tract, plus muscles and nerves. This massive abdominal rupture kills the honey bee. Honey bees are the only species of bees to die after stinging.
- Producer14/09/2016Tools to Remember Web Sites (and Buzz/Honey!)Ever run across a great web site and realize later you wish you'd saved a link to it? Or, worse, you read something in it that finally hit you and now you want to find that again? Don't you wish you had that "in your pocket" for quick reference?...
Comments20/10/2016 #33 Jared WieseEver wonder how to Pocket (save) a Buzz (share)? Not so easy, is it?
Here are the quick steps:
1) Share the Buzz to Twitter (with the sideways V),
2) Copy the 2nd line of the tweet from "https" until the first set of numbers,
3) Cancel the Tweet,
4) Add to Pocket!
For example, for the tweet:
"This image has been shared in one of the hives on beBee
You would grab just:
Then open Pocket, click "+" if it does not ask to add.
This should work on phones or PCs!14/10/2016 #31 Jared Wiese#30 Thanks for the share, Lisa!
I don't work with Chromebooks, but some research showed "At the bottom or side of your screen, you'll see a row of apps, called the shelf, and your account picture. You can change which apps are included and bookmark webpages."
It is available from the Chrome Web Store and should show you on the far right of the screen if it is compatible [with Chromebook].
What I do and suggest is adding it to the Chrome browser as an Extension. Then you will see the Pocket symbol in the upper-right of your browser and when on a site to remember, just click the symbol and it lights up red.
If this all works, you click - not right-click - the Pocket button on the toolbar, as shown in the first picture above.
The right-clicking is another method, once it is installed. You do that anywhere on the page - link or not.
On my android phone it is a share with the tilted "V".05/10/2016 #27 Jared Wiese@Charles David Upchurch and I have been testing this with the app / mobile. Sharing to Pocket does not work. On smartphones, you can run your Chrome or Firefox browser in Desktop mode, install the Pocket app, then you can SHARE to pocket for any honey or buzz... and never lose it!
I ask myself if I might like to see this again, read it more fully, etc. Indispensable!
With all the honey and buzz that hits our feeds, it is easy to lose track of something you want to see again!26/09/2016 #25 Franci Eugenia HoffmanThese are great suggestions. I just started using Pocket, which seems to be super easy. I also save posts I want to keep in my storage hive "a Bees Reads". Grocery lists, etc. I keep in the memo app in my phone or I write it down on a memo pad. I always have my phone with me and sometimes forget my written list! Reeeeely! This is great "stuff" - thank you for sharing.21/09/2016 #23 Henri GalvãoI love Pocket, but I never thought about using it for continuous reference. Thanks for the idea! As for Evernote, I hear so many people say great things about it. I've never tried it, though, since I already use RememberTheMilk for task management, and it serves me well (although apparently Evernote is much broader than that)16/09/2016 #19 Steven Brooks#9 A search feature for beBee? Awesome!! I've been wondering about that and wanting it for a while. In Google I can put in "beBee: " but that brings up a lot of extra hits besides the beBee-specific posts. Thanks @Javier beBee View more#9 A search feature for beBee? Awesome!! I've been wondering about that and wanting it for a while. In Google I can put in "beBee: " but that brings up a lot of extra hits besides the beBee-specific posts. Thanks @Javier beBee! Close
Comments20/10/2016 #5 Harvey Lloyd#4 Yes, it emanates from that series. We went through an exercise with our team a few years back by actually drawing the circle separated by an inner circle. The inner circle was control and the outer was influence. We made the control circle smaller. Much to my amusement folks wanted a larger circle for control. My favorite discussion was over parenting. Parents put their teenage children inside the circle of control. When we questioned their placement they stated,"But i have to be in control I am their parent!" That discussion was both enlightening and sobering for a few. Some reluctantly moved the children to influence. It was a fun experience and opened up a dialogue about separating the two areas.
- Producer17/10/2016Meet our beBee Ambassadors!In July 2016 beBee launched its Ambassadors Program and we already have 48 top-notch bees on our list that are spreading the buzz all around the world!Let’s meet all the beBee ambassadors! And remember, you could be our next ambassador. Check out...
Comments18/10/2016 #9 Tifany RodioLeia em português aqui: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@tifanyrodio/conheca-os-50-embaixadores-do-bebee17/10/2016 #3 Kevin PashukTeresa,
Delighted to be part of this list.
It would be truly appreciated to have a really brief bit of info beside each ambassador's name - e.g. The country they are from, and perhaps their bio summary. This would help us to both see the geographic diversity of the bees as well as get to know them a bit better without having to click through each link.
- Producer13/10/2016What Did I Do Wrong?• write at least 3 relevant wordsI wrote seven.• maximum 30 characters eachMaximum is in "mathematics", which has eleven.• minimum of 3 charactersMinimum is in "data", which has four.• html tags are not allowedI used no HTML...
- 11/10/2016🐝 Join the beBee Guide hive to find all our official tutorials and to be the first to catch the buzz! ✌️
- Producer30/09/2016How to Improve Your Producer Stories (Infographic)You know that on our on-site blogging tool, beBee Producer, you can write about any topic you like, but today we’re giving you some tips to make your stories look great and professional.1. Paragraph style. This option allows you to write titles...
Comments07/10/2016 #17 Charles David Upchurch#7 @Nick Mlatchkov I go back and edit my long-form posts all the time. I'm guessing that you are referring to our current inability to edit short "update" buzzes.
While we cannot update quick buzzes, there are two workarounds.
1) For a short buzz that you can go back and edit, just create it in Producer (as if it was a longer buzz). I've seen you do exactly that, Nick.
2) instead of editing, create a new "replacement" buzz and then delete the original. The downside, there, is that if you don't replace the original buzz right away, you end up losing bee wisdom (all the comments) from the original buzz.07/10/2016 #15 Charles David Upchurch#5 Charlie wrote "Unfortunately, all of these editors are incapable of translating Word's extended formatting, to the point where I have to remember if and what was italicized."
I have found that I can compose in beBee Producer with very little hassle. When I hit a formatting glitch, I just hit enter to start a new paragraph at the point where I want my format change, then I apply the format, then I remove the paragraph break.
HELPFUL HINT FOR ANY ONLINE PUBLISHING PLATFORM: Compose (and format) your stuff offline, first, in Word or with a simpler (and free) text editor like Wordpad, Notepad, Text, or Office Write, then "SAVE AS" rich text format (that's a *.RTF file). After the simplified file is saved, you can re-open the RTF file and cut and paste into beBee, or LinkedIn, or WordPress without losing your formatting.02/10/2016 #9 Andrew PorterThe producer is quite sufficient for me but I'm not a professional writer, yes we would all like more tools but patience is a virtue....I'm sure the beBee team are working on improvements for the producer, we must remember that Rome wasn't built in a day and beBee is really still in it's infancy!02/10/2016 #8 Javier beBee#7 thanks @Nick Mlatchkov we will have to wait. It is important you understand we are 60 people and we are compiting with 8,000 employees companies. This will be possible in the next release, by January 2017. CC @Alberto Anaya Arcas View more#7 thanks @Nick Mlatchkov we will have to wait. It is important you understand we are 60 people and we are compiting with 8,000 employees companies. This will be possible in the next release, by January 2017. CC @Alberto Anaya Arcas @Federico Álvarez San Martín @Noël De Castro García Close30/09/2016 #5 Charlie AccettaTo be honest, the functionality as an editor is lacking, just as it is in LinkedIn, Medium, Facebook and every other social writing platform I have tried. As a result, I do all of my writing off-site in Word and paste it into place. Unfortunately, all of these editors are incapable of translating Word's extended formatting, to the point where I have to remember if and what was italicized. Something for the wish list.
- Producer25/09/2016Helpful Hints for "NewBees"Paul Croubalian was the first to coin the phrase "NewBee". beBee is growing so fast I created this post to provide some guidance to the new users. This is just a small introduction. I ask my fellow Bees to share this with the "NewBees" that...
Comments25/09/2016 #9 Deb HelfrichVery useful welcome kit, @Pamela L. Williams. I am wondering if there is an easy way to find it in the future.... I just tried adding my commenting post to the links section on my profile and it works. So that might be one way to highlight an important buzz, especially when we know who the author is. What do you think?
- Producer15/09/2016Live Buzz, beBee’s new video streaming toolbeBee has no limits with even more new services at your fingertips! Now you can make live videos with our new streaming tool Live Buzz. Give it a try! Log in to beBee from our new mobile app and share whatever you fancy with your hives: whether...
Comments11/11/2016 #26 Teresa Gezze#23 Hey @Don Kerr Here is the iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/es/app/bebee-affinity-networking/id975185842?l=en&mt=8
If anybody need the Android app get it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bebee.android.hive&hl=en
You should probably give that game a whirl tho. Might be fun =P09/10/2016 #22 Lisa GallagherAnd if someone doesn't care to have the video on themselves, they can turn the rear facing camera on immediately to video anything they find interesting. Its fun, and I'm enjoying seeing others, hearing voices along with a variety of places etc...people are sharing from many places. Live cooking has been done too, @Hugo Chinchilla just made a tasty looking dish Friday!
- Producer12/09/2016How To and When To Tag Without Annoying PeopleOld habits die hard. They're old habits because they work. Maybe I should use the past tense.They're old habits because they worked. As in, they used to work.As in, they don't work anymore.As in, stop using them.Some old habits no longer give their...
Comments13/09/2016 #64 Praveen Raj GullepalliI shared Pascal's first story in a hive and was embarrassed to see so many notifications crediting me! Stopped sharing after that. Wonder if @Pascal Derrien got those too or even knew I had shared. I add @ as suggested by beBeenomics but I think in a response that is not necessary. Lovely post this dear PPC...some awesome feedback to make beBeeland better! ;) I have been conditioned to receiving 200 plus emails a day (270 was the highest...a while ago..) so never gave tagging much thought...but i guess it can get aggravating for some! What did get my goat was seeing a newBee tagging another Bee on every new buzz without comment for a few days back then ;)..am not seeing that anymore thankfully!13/09/2016 #63 Robert Bacal#60 Thank @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian On thinking about this, a bit more, the flaws are with the notifications here (and similarly on LinkedIn) particularly with respect to NOT being notified of new material in hives here, and the crazy stuff LinkedIn pulled, making multi-tagging something people do to kludge around the limitations. I still do wonder, though about the risk of allowing more than x number of tags in terms of creating a DOS or attacking other users.
In any event, I think you covered it all pretty well in your post, though I'm not sure people read it before commenting.13/09/2016 #61 Phil Friedman#59 I agree, Paul. (Notice that I avoided, as you recommend, doubling the number of notifications by not using the @ feature.) but there is something deeper going on, as well. And it pertains to community. To say, " follow me and read what I publish, but NEVER intrude upon my space or time with your pissant invitation to look at what you publish" is a rejection of community and the kindness of reciprocation. I personally tolerate menu more tags, and hence notifications than I would otherwise, precisely because they come from people who follow and often read my bull chips. It's a matter of being willing to give (of your time and attention) in exchange for what you ask for. And if you don't, disconnect and don't expect anything. IMHO.13/09/2016 #60 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#53 LinkedIn's API was cut off a while ago. What's left is a tiny, very limited set of functions. You can automate status updates but that's about it.
I don't know how detailed beBee's API will be once it exists. It's usually a good idea to start small with an API, then add functions as the need arises. I doubt beBee will start off with a beast like Twitter's or the multiple Beasts that are Google13/09/2016 #59 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#57 re: "if someone says they don't want to be tagged and consider it a huge pain in the butt, unfollow them." Or, better yet don't tag them.
This post is not just about to tag or not to tag. It's more about limiting multiple notifications for a single event.13/09/2016 #58 Jim MurrayIt's become painfully obvious from reading this comment stream that there appears to be way too much tagging going on here in Buzzville.. I'm with Phil. I don't mind getting tagged on an article by the author or by one of the other Ambassadors who has something pertinent to say about beBee things. After that it's just a lot of spam. I don't tag many people at all, but maybe that's because I'm just a polite Canadian.13/09/2016 #57 Phil Friedman#55 yes, but then unfollowing someone prevents casually or accidentally tagging them as part of a list. So as I said earlier, if someone says they don't want to be tagged and consider it a huge pain in the butt, unfollow them. Case closed. Better than fitting them with cement overshoes. :-)13/09/2016 #55 Aurorasa Sima#48 I am under the impression that you can tag people if you follow them, even if they don´t follow you back. I tagged a few newBees like this.
And off I am from this post. It´s amazing how we few currently active members constantly seem to argue 4ever about simple things. Hopefully, we get that under control before we´re 150, 1500, 150000, 1500000000
Nobody tag me in this one. Please do not RSVP13/09/2016 #53 Robert Bacal@Paul "Pablo" Croubalian On a side note, I'm wondering if linkedin limits multiple tags. I know you are conversant with API's, so would it not be possible to automate a function that inserts, let's say 100 tags into multiple messages and drive targets nuts? Since Bebee doesn't have an open API (yet) it's moot in this discussion, but in your view is this a potential security issue? Or spam issue?13/09/2016 #52 Phil Friedman#43 Pablo, perhaps the matter can be put to rest. I promise to assure that I personally will never tag the person in question who objects so vehemently to being tagged. In fact, I do not follow that person, and I would be more than pleased to hear that he does not follow me. And as soon as a blocking function is available, I will be more than pleased to execute a block. Done deal. Now, if there are any others who will commit similarly, it seems a simple matter to assure that the complainant will not be troubled again. But I still don't see what this has to do with me tagging you or Donna-Luisa, or her tagging me, or Kevin @Kevin Pashuk tagging me, or @David B. Grinberg tagging me, which he does frequently and which I don't mind. Why should one person's wedgie dictate what other people do, as long as they leave him out of it?13/09/2016 #50 Phil Friedman#43 Pablo - I submit that "tagging" is not a matter for a general rule. If someone doesn't want to be tagged, then members of the community should respect that. But that persons preferences should not be imposed on everyone else. People who are comfortable both with tagging and being tagged should be entitled to do it. As long as it does not affect those who object to being the recipients of such tags. What is the freakin' problem here?13/09/2016 #49 Phil Friedman#48 That's a good question, Donna-Luisa, but isn't his complaint that you tagged him. Indeed, isn't his complaint that HE is being tagged by too many people? Which I doubt because I don't think there are that many masochistic users on the platform, who would stay connected for any length of time. Just sayin'. It's another straw man complaint, designed to stir mud up into the waters. Cheers!13/09/2016 #48 Donna-Luisa Eversley#45 I have checked and I don't understand how someone I unfollowed a long time ago is able to tag me... Will have to get it checked. Thanks @Phil Friedman was getting concerned a bit. No worries I'm listening to Reggae ..a little Bob Marley goes a long way....and Red Hot Chilli Peppers 😉13/09/2016 #46 Robert Bacal#43 @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian "I" see it as wasting MY time if I'm tagged. It's MY time. YOU nor anyone else gets to decide what is worth my time or not. I'm absolutely flabergasted by the attitude that it's OK to spam. Not to mention the implications for attacking someone online by constantly spam mentioning them. It's selfish, and arrogant to decide on MY behalf what I should be notified about. AND since there is almost NOTHING so important to me on social media that I fear "missing it", what really is being argued is whether it's ok to spam someone.13/09/2016 #45 Phil Friedman#44 Donna-Luisa, don't worry, be happy. If anyone aggressively objects to being tagged, simply un-follow that person, if you are following him. That way it will never happen again. Indeed, my recommendation is that as may people as possible un-follow anyone who aggressively and angrily objects to being tagged -- as most of the time it is an innocent infraction. For none of the people on this thread are intentional spammers, witness how earnestly everyone here is trying get to understand how everyone else feels about it.13/09/2016 #44 Donna-Luisa Eversley#41 Hey thanks @David B. Grinberg...this is social media, and as mentioned there are buttons if you don't want to communicate or see something. Seems someone keeps tagging me even when I'm in no way tagging them. Only saw this because of you, but observed a comment after yours with my name. Wonder if I'm being stalked by an online hate troll... In peace..cheer up troll ....love conquers all😉13/09/2016 #43 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#42 I don't think either David or Donna sees tagging as "wasting someone's time". Robert. Again, it's not a major deal when it's in a comments section.
I've been using Kevin Pashuk's workaround all day and it's easy, quick, and effective. When you hover over a notification, the link it points to is in the bottom left corner. It's small type, but legible.
- Producer09/09/2016How To Build Your Own Share By Email ButtonFatima Williams commented on Milos Djukic's post, "Fractals, Beauty of Complexity (and Chaos)." In her comment, Fatima asked about a Share via Email function. Franci "Legs" Hoffmann also asked about it. Frankly, I thought Share via eMail already...
Comments09/09/2016 #12 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#7 I usually throw everything like this into the beBee Cheat Sheet Hive. Actually, you just gave me an idea. I'll let it percolate in my noggin before letting it out to play. I think the thing I like best about beBee is how the dialogue and camaraderie spawn new ideas.
- Producer06/09/2016Selecting and Importing Images/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / For any Production, you need good images. Let's say you are looking for a picture of a car lights.Please find 2 pictures, or 3 when you have a lot to say.Remember that graphs, algorithms, pie charts, and diagrams portray...
Comments07/09/2016 #11 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDTagging @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II, @Manish Nair | Research Postgrad, @Kirstie-Sweetie Louise, @Hemu Rayamajhi, @Naeem Masih, @Stacy Hall, @Victoria Lewin, @Lisa Gallagher, @David B. Grinberg, @Bill Stankiewicz, @Michele Williams, @Aurorasa Sima, @Charlene Burke, @Adriana Bevacqua García, @Lina Ruiz Bravo, @Angela Maria Cardona Gomez, @Linda Rubino, @María Paz Hueso Luque, @LUNA OROZCO, @Ray Looker, @Randy Smith, @Nicole Chardenet, @Valeria Gazzara Coach, @David Vernon, @Vincent King, @Annmarie Sherlock and more.07/09/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 Now studies show that for disabled cars on the side of the road, hazard lights blink and attract a drunk driver to actually crash into the car ~ so better to drive off the road and never change a flat tire with your body sticking out into a highway ~ that too causes many mortalities/year. Nice key points here.07/09/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 Thanks, @Gordon Pye, nice on the blue lights ~ that's the 'affinizing' part of beBee, when one conversation stimulates another! I love cars and would truly be interested in learning more. Do you have an article? That would make a great Buzz or Production; Tag me please if you find it!06/09/2016 #2 Gordon Pye@Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD I've got more important UK fish to fry at the moment but one day I will write a history of British Motorised Haulage post WW1., As for headlights, up until the 50s we drove on sidelights and a Spot aimed at the Kerb about 50 yards ahead. An old guy who I once picked up as a hitcher on Trade Plates at Luton told me how using headlights became mandatory after a drunk was run over and killed by a lorry on the outskirts of Birmingham one wet and stormy dark night.06/09/2016 #1 Gordon PyeI find the snazzy " Ice Blue " lights fitted to many executive cars are a menace on unlit roads as they close down your pupils and blind you from seeing anything past them. The older Halogen headlights were OK, but they need to be at least 7 inch and round, square lights are useless and may confuse Owls resulting in their road death !
- Producer06/09/2016My beBee Bee-Bliography – Tips, Suggestions and Reflections On Beeing All That You Can BeeThis post was originally published about 6 weeks ago. Since then I have been appointed a beBee Brand Ambassador and have added a number of new beBee posts to my collection. I have updated all the links here for anybody who is interested.One of the...
Comments07/09/2016 #13 Jim Murray#7 Can't disagree with that assessment @Phil Friedman. Unfortunately, and we have had this discussion, this is something that requires a great deal of diligence in order to control. According to my 80/20 Differential, this may only occur 20% of the time. I'd like to be more optimistic, but right now all I can be is hopeful.07/09/2016 #10 Michael D. DavisThis conversation just got me to thinking @Jim Murray about marketing and all the fun puns that the subject of bees bring to mind and what can be done with that.
Here's one for you; How about a focused campaign to introduce beBee on other media channels, with the campaign slogan being, "How I got a case of the hives and am loving it!"
Sorry guys, but you just received a little glimpse into how my creatively twisted mind works when it comes to marketing.
Anyone in?07/09/2016 #8 Kevin Pashuk#7 #6 - OK. Perhaps I was a little too hasty with my drivel comment. It really was a more of a post Labour Day rant that I just had to get out. Perhaps I should take a course in self-marketing. Do you guys know of anyone? :) (Back to my satirical self now, thank you)07/09/2016 #7 Phil Friedman#6 @@Jim Murray -- @Kevin Pashuk could not be more wrong about his most recent post. For in effect he cautions cautions against mistaking the cheerleading for the game. One factor that I think you overlook -- or perhaps gloss over intentionally, because it is not something that falls within the range of a "tip" -- is that one of the ways to make other people want to move over to beBee is to make it a place where 1) outstanding content prevails (or at least holds it own), 2) affinity networking is a reality, not a pipe dream, and 3) the range of topics and areas of interest is sufficiently broad to ensure that everyone can find a niche form themselves, both in terms of reading and learning, and in terms of writing and exchanging ideas and opinions. One of the major mistakes made on "that other" platform was to tout the high quality of Influencer content, but in fact deliver mostly insipid drivel (the real variety, not the kind that @Kevin Pashuk attributes to himself). I truly hope that committed beBee bees will make the effort to develop and manage topic-filtered hives, and produce high quality content -- whatever that may be. As to my mind, that is the way beBee will rise to where it wants to bee. Cheers!
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- Producer28/08/2016#CHECK-IN Dr Margaret Aranda's NewBeeZ: Be a beBee Producer / by Dr Margaret Aranda / So I'm bringing in new bees to flourish even more, and I'm leaving this post to help them more and more. I learned the ropes by going here and there, and know I could have used this kind of help. I started from the...
Comments02/09/2016 #32 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianMy web-app-with-no-name doesn't do much in the way of Twitter analytics. Twitter does that well enough on their own. My app is more of a super-scheduler with the ability to include supportive tweets between members and to build "click-to-tweet"links with images.
To access Twitter Analytics: Click on your profile picture on the far top right. Select "Analytics" from the drop down. The analytics page has 5 tabs, Home, Tweets, Audiences, Events, and More. There's plenty of info there.02/09/2016 #31 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#30 @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, I'm Tweeting you left and right, as well as others too. Am sure that this will increase your Twitter profile, and highly recommend a Twitter App that does auto statistics. @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian has one ~ Paul, could you please tell us details?31/08/2016 #29 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#25 Thank you so much, @Michael D. Davis, and I'll add that you are right ~ I have never done any synthetic 'marketing ploy' but for the Twitter Challenge I'm now in ~ referenced in this article. Explanation for why I have so many hits: I've been bedridden with a traumatic brain injury and dysautonomia for 10 years. Started with (1) a random car accident: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/the-car-accident-that-started-it-all and (2) here's why: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/distracted-driving-derails-an-innocent-doctor. I do my best to keep Positive & writing has been a fantastic outlet for me to increase awareness of many things. I am focusing on Caregiving presently, as many of us care for both our aging parents and children. Thank you so much for Stirring us Along, Michael ~ YOU ROCK!31/08/2016 #28 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#24 Encouraging all to Google their own names at least once every 3 months. Perfect Cool! And thank you for keeping us On Target (love "Three Ways to Google Yourself" ~I smell Honey!): Goole of my name, Dr Margaret Aranda:
(1) Google just "Dr Margaret Aranda": 49 of the first 59 entries are mine. (I feel embarrassed) (413K hits in 0.35 sec, just to document)
(2) Google #DrMargaretAranda: uhmmm. I guess no one has my name. Top 88 all mine (almost 9 pages)(101K hits in 0.53 sec)
(3) #25 Not sure - Google my blog? "Perseverance" puts me out somewhere after the top 50.
Great exercise, @Michael D. Davis & appreciate your very kind words and deeds here. You've put in tons of effort & I appreciate it!
~ 🎀mags (my beBee nickname)29/08/2016 #24 Michael D. DavisI believe this is what you were requesting @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
A Google search for our name, which I actually did three ways just for fun.
First using my name alone; Michael D. Davis: 6 out of the 10 listings on the first page are for me, including the number one position
Second I used a hashtag and my name; #michaelddavis: 8 out of 10 listings on the first page are for me, once again including the number one position
Third I used a hashtag in front of my universal blog moniker; thedailychalkboard: This time I had 7 out of 10 listings on the page, and once again was in the topmost position.
I have worked hard to reach this position in search results, but not by applying special SEO stuff or any means other than being persistent and prolific in what I share.
A 75% rating on Google, especially with a common American name like mine, takes time. It doesn't happen over night and it's not going to happen for you if you don't work at it. Producing what people want to read, or see, or hear will be what gets you where you want to bee.29/08/2016 #23 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#18 Oh, you are right! I lost my train of Comment Stream! Thank you for being on target! My mistake as my mind just couldn't believe that you once again (like you have done with my sketching, poetry, and picture/poetry.....off to Editor I go! You are the 2nd person to mention that I could possibly become an Editor! My arms just could not reach that long at the time that I read your note. (You are so so kind) ~thank you so much ((Hugs))29/08/2016 #22 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#21 Fondest Hellos, Gordon Pye! Oh Welcome to beBee.com! I'll have to introduce you ~ I'll Inbox you so please do check! I can tell, if I daresay that you like Quotes! We have our Quote-Master (I call him) the one and only @Ben Pinto View more#21 Fondest Hellos, Gordon Pye! Oh Welcome to beBee.com! I'll have to introduce you ~ I'll Inbox you so please do check! I can tell, if I daresay that you like Quotes! We have our Quote-Master (I call him) the one and only @Ben Pinto who has Hive: Quotes - you will love that! And should you discover others' making up their own Quotes, we also have a Hive for Quotes by Actual beez, too! Automotive Engineer hmmm. So you may like to know that for my 30 year old birthday, I bought a 1990 Mustang GT Convertible, 5.0L Silver Anniversary Edition. She hummed! Close
- Producer28/08/2016So you want to produce a little Honey?There are those on beBee who are so adept at blogging and publishing that this little instructional post may seem a little elementary. But there are many Bees out there who have never written a long post or even a wordy Buzz and this post is...
Comments31/08/2016 #36 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#29 @Pamela L. Williams: I mentioned it below but it didn't get noticed...we both wrote on this same topic on the same day! Perhaps, @debasish majumder, boxes of bees were dropped off at two different places on the same day! I wonder how often this happens - and our two articles really don't have overlap - that is statistically significant. So interesting...#22 #26 #25 #23 https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/sharp-check-in-dr-margaret-aranda-s-newbeez-be-a-bebee-producer31/08/2016 #32 Pamela L. Williams#26 I read about the honey production in India. It does have a very beneficial side; bee populations are growing. If you have heard about Colony Collapse Disorder then you know that most of the world is seeing declines in bee populations. India could become the bee/honey capital of the world :-)30/08/2016 #26 debasish majumderyour lovely insight instigate to ponder an alarming issue being prominent in my country, India, where bees are being dispensed from one region to other region in boxes where they can introduce the business of honey and make sizable profit, keeping the peoples economy at stake who are traditionally engaged in honey exporting business. besides, shifting of honey business by transporting bees are directly affecting the overall agricultural economy of the concern place, as the cross pollination and pollination by bees will be inevitably affect the other agricultural produces. so, i guess, being intoducing by number of do's and don'ts will intimidate the new bees to produce buzzes.
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- 18/08/2016This is a test, this only a test - ignore all cats ye who enter here.
ok - apparently the twitter link doesn't work, but the full header address bar does - good to know.R.I.P. Times New Romanwww.linkedin.com Apparently, one of the compelling reasons that your resume is not making it through the HR / Talent Acquisition / Recruiter grinder, is that you may have used Times New Roman as the font for your...