- Producer26/12/2016You Never get a Second chance to make a First ImpressionArticle from Blog FreedomI have heard from many of my leaders that a First Impression in one of the most important things you have in Marketing. Perhaps the simplest example of the application of this rule involves your image or appearance.You may...
Comments26/12/2016 #2 Preston Vander Ven#1 Great points @Andrew 🐝 Goldman, Habits is what I first needed to work on most. Even with an online presence, if someone came to my blog to the first time, my goal is for them to already recognize my face. So, I enjoy sharing others post, commenting, and liking valuable content created by other writers. This may not be the first time the met my face or content, but when they go to my blog, I want the visitor to think, "I remember this person from this site. He shared great info with me." But, it is from daily consistent habits that I had to build upon over time.
- 01/05/2016English speaking bees are the most active on beBee. You take care a lot of your personal and professional brand. We - @Juan Imaz and me - feel being in debt with you guys. We want to share any success with you. Thanks . This is only the start of a nice story together.
Comments06/08/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 #12 So true. Cross-pollination is key, with no aversion but rather affinity to Team Efforts and friendliness to NewBeez, promoting one another 'inside' beBee, and for authors especially, getting our writing skills pulled up to limitless drills and exercises!29/07/2016 #12 Deb 🐝 HelfrichWell said, @Gert Scholtz & @Emilia M. Ludovino. We are all united under the Orange Bee around here, no matter where we were born or happen to find ourselves residing today. I know the translate functionality is on the drawing board, so we can all interact based on affinity, without old constraints like borders, or language, or rigid constructs about who is part of our 'network'.29/07/2016 #11 Emilia M. LudovinoWell @Javier 🐝 beBee and @Juan Imaz - what about all the other Bees that are producing high quality honey in English but aren't native English speakers or live in English speaking countries? So we aren't under any of this flags though we use English to communicate, produce honey and help yo grow your business and brand. Sometimes a good deed produces a bad outcome and I'm sure you don't want that for your honeybees.29/07/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 Haha great smiles to you! 💃/ #3 iy mucho mas tambien! iy tal vez yo hablo mucho y no estas bueno todo la tiempo! 👄#4 Wish I could understand more Australian, but somehow I 👏totally understand Russel Crow, Paul Hogan, Mel Gibson, and Hugh Jackman! lol / #5 👼You are so sweet! Love that you know the 'mi casa es su casa' benevolence of Latina culture! Muaaah! #6 i Hablas Español también! Mucho gusto👌!
- Producer20/07/2016beBee Interview with: Matt Sweetwood - President & CEO of beBee USAThe goal of the "beBee Interviews and Introductions" hive is to introduce new influential members to the beBee network, and interview some of the more active and popular Producers on beBee. Is there someone you would like to get to know...
Comments30/07/2016 #70 Michael DowlingCatching up on my reading...nice article @Michael Hillebrand - and forward thinking quote by @Matt Sweetwood 🐝 "So the number one goal is to drive users. But you don’t drive users just by getting people to sign up. We want to drive interaction. And because you want to drive interaction, you gotta have meaningful content in there." Content relevance...Honey in the Hive.28/07/2016 #69 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsAnother great one @Michael Hillebrand. It was interesting seeing Matt's vision for beBee U.S. and realizing that the growth is dependent on all the Bees. We need to provide a product that draws others to the site; interesting, relative, content that intrigues, entertains, teaches, or just connects with people in different ways. There is no set formula for the content on beBee, we are creating the formula, and it will call for diverse content that can reach diverse users from all walks of life.22/07/2016 #63 Reza Sarkhani@MattSweetwood makes a strong case for beBee and he is right. I believe that beBee has a great potential for building one's unique brand. We live in an amazing world where out of necessity we have developed multi-pronged talents. One can be an international trader and at the same time have an interest for technology. beBee provides this capability and is well in position to disrupt LinkedIn.22/07/2016 #59 Matt Sweetwood 🐝"The magic of BeBee is we are providing, by definition, the most customized, personalized content, you can possibly have."
Check out this interview with me where I talk about how I discovered beBee.com, how I ended up to be the US President & CEO, and what are few of my ideas behind taking beBee to market in the USA.21/07/2016 #57 David B. GrinbergThanks for another awesome interview @Michael Hillebrand. I think selecting @Matt Sweetwood 🐝 as President & CEO of beBee USA is an absolutely excellent choice -- or, as Matt might say in photography -- "Picture Perfect!" Moreover, the tremendous impact that @John White, MBA has had in creating buzz about beBee and helping to shape the team in the USA goes beyond mere words. Kudos to you, Matt and John for all of your spectacular work! cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee @Juan Imaz21/07/2016 #51 Jim Able#48 Hey, @Don Kerr, I don't "hook-up" with just anybody, you know. But @Phil Friedman did impersonate a Washington Press Corps reporter once, and chased George senior. See: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/my-brief-sojourn-as-a-washington-press-corps-imposter