- Producer24/11/2017The Best Keyword Research Tool for Content MarketersKeyword research sucks. I hate it.You type a word or phrase into Google’s Keyword Planner (or any of a dozen other keyword research tools) and what do you get? A thesaurus of words and grammatically challenged phrases that are overly broad and...
Comments25/11/2017 #4 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess@Alexa Steele, first, thank you for this. Second, I dislike the guy. Very annoying. Third, how long is it supposed to take? I watched the little wheel go round and round and round for about a minute. I gave up. What am I doing wrong, other than thinking it's very slow to come up with stuff?
- Producer12/11/2017The Home Butterfly EffectThe idea of this buzz was triggered by a comment on LI by James Olcott, MBA. I asked James “your father was a sharp businessman. The question is why you didn't follow his steps? Was it your love of writing”? James responded as follows “As a...
Comments17/11/2017 #72 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#71 you know your words resonate with me @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. My youngest daughter is in Germany now. May be also the ease of communication has added to my peace of mind. But mostly due to Sara is a mature person to depend on her. In no way we shall have 100% peace of mind. However; I don't worry at the opposite extreme either.17/11/2017 #71 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#70 It really is a great feeling when we can sleep peacefully with no worries @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. I used to worry about my daughter a lot when she was a teen and in her early 20's. I did lose a lot of sleep then because I know females are vulnerable. Happily, they are both married and raising their own children and doing a great job! I'm glad you are very content :)) I'm sure your daughters all feel very special with their dad who is a good man with a good heart.17/11/2017 #70 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#69 I assure you of one thing @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. I am so happy anf contented with my daughters. Not only of my instinct love to them, but also djue to their respect for others, accomplishments and very healthy habits. It is great when we put our heads to sleep in peace and with no worry whstsoever from the kids.17/11/2017 #69 Lisa 🐝 Gallagheroops, sorry I posted and it cut off my comment, so I'm reposting it :) I think I hit enter too fast.
#56 I sounds like you and your wife had to create a fine balancing act with each other and raising your daughters together since you both did come from different backgrounds. From everything I've read, you've done a great job raising your girls together. I've often heard it can be hard for a man when he is surrounded in his home by all females ;-) The few photos I've seen of you with your daughter(s)?, I could see the love!!14/11/2017 #66 Lisa Vanderburg#25 couldn't agree more @James Olcott and @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#29 . we were very fortunate to be in our own business, so hubby took off pretty much a year and our kids were a year apart and we took them everywhere: we were very lucky! not many have that chance (cost us a fortune, but was well worth it). to have the father so delighted in his babies is pure blessing!14/11/2017 #63 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#61 Instead of location-location-location in marketing I would say position-position-position for social studies. So, dear @Lisa Vanderburg I agree with your finishing lines "Parents never get it 100% right, but starting from falling in love with your baby really helps"! The starting position is falling in love with your baby. Yes, because love at this early stage is felt. Respect comes later as the kids grow up and mainly for the sons.14/11/2017 #61 Lisa Vanderburg#9 #11 if it's of any help, i think good parenting just naturally means that parents adjust their ways according to the wont of their children. my brother has a 21 year old daughter that still sits on his lap in an act of natural love. i sure a hell would not have done that with my dad! boys tend to be more risk-takers; my boys were throwing a football when one slammed hard enough into a tree to scratch half his face off. it took every ounce NOT to run up and help him; he was about 14 and would hate it when i did that. my hubby said 'ouch...that'll smart' and then i could offer him a tissue ;)
but all this sort of behavior comes naturally and the game keeps changing as they age; it normal. Parents never get it 100% right, but starting from falling in love with your baby really helps!14/11/2017 #60 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#58 We need your "hands" dear @Lisa Vanderburg to communicate your brainy ideas.
How about making "voice comments"? This is a suggestion to @Javier 🐝 beBee. Truly, why can't we make voice comments?
I agree with you and I thank you Lisa for your elaboration.14/11/2017 #59 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#57 Thank you @Pascal Derrien for your comment raises new issues. Can parents even if they are "perfect" deal with the issues and threats such as addiction? Social jealousy and drive to cope with the new environments in which grown up kids once they leave home are enormous. Societal pressures may lead even kids who were fortunate to have great homes to yield sometimes. Much more exposed are kids who were not that fortunate.14/11/2017 #58 Lisa Vanderburg#8 apologies @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, my arm's in a cast so typing is going to be basic. to answer your question i must first say my comments related to how NOT to allow a child to grow to a healthy and functional adult, so the 'daughter effect' refers to well raised women. on that assumption, i'd assume that men who serially are less inclined to hire a women of equal qualities to, say, another male applicant, have a problem with women.14/11/2017 #57 Pascal DerrienI think your questions are relevant with the caveat that it is probably and only applicable when parents are fit for parenting, dysfunctional units don't necessarily carry self awareness or have any appetite to entertain theoretical values as they are way too busy dealing with addiction, mental health or any other issues that life is throwing at them yet I guess your points are valid ... :-)14/11/2017 #56 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#53 As usual, your comments have their special flavor @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. You share examples from your own experiences. Therefore we believe in what you share and get moved by it.
Let me share some of my own experience. My wife is half Circassian. They traditions are different from us. In their societies a girl must be treated like a queen. She must be given love. In contrast, the boys must be horsemen, manhood is of prime value to them. A man must show great respect for women. I have three daughters. You can see the attachment they have for their mother because she extended the same to them. I don't have a son and so would not be able to tell how would she have brought him up. However; I see the value of that "layer of love" covering the skins of the beloved. It has some drawbacks. My daughters are sensitive because they thought people are like mother. They got their disappointments, but learned fast the reality and adapted.
.14/11/2017 #55 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#52 Thank you dear @Ned McDonnell. Your comment is superb. Not a single human is free of defaults. The defaults of the parents could be "transmitted" to their kids. Your step-wise approach is only logical "Parents shape us and they have their drawbacks, some permanent which create those stumbling-blocks with which each of us has to manage, one day at a time".
You remind me of a post that I wrote sometimes ago in which I asked if human were born out of clay wouldn't they suffer the shortcomings of clay? Sometimes we see our parents as angels; they are not. However; I must add that the parents had more time to attend for their defaults than their kids.
I thank you also for providing the link to the discussion that involved the initial discussions that led to the writing of this buzz. Like you, so is @James Olcott. It is great to get involved in these discussions with both of you.14/11/2017 #53 Lisa 🐝 GallagherIt's true, boys and girls do differ. I have to say from birth my son and daughter differed greatly. I worked when my son was growing up, went to part time with my daughter, eventually staying home. My son was needier of my attention than my daughter. He also enjoyed snuggling much more and a lot longer than my daughter. Looking back, I truly believe my son had separation anxiety because we had a bad experience with one babysitter.
Everyone has their own 'space issues' too. My daughter is a lot like me, I need 3 ft of space between myself and others (just guestimating) and my son, well he's still loves to hug others he feels close to without seeming to have space issues.
Every child has different needs. Both of my kids are very caring and aren't afraid to show emotion (my son in particular). It's odd, my son seems to be more like me emotionally and my daughter is a lot like her dad... brushes a lot off (even when I think she shouldn't), cracks jokes when it's obvious she may need to talk about something a bit more serious. She will eventually share her deepest feelings with me. My husband worked many long hours while our kids were growing up so they spent much more time with me. I raised my son with the hopes that he knew it was OKAY to show emotion and realize it was also okay to cry... I didn't want him growing up as the typical male stereotype.
You wrote: "Babies find home the first place to socialize." Oh my gosh, yes! My granddaughter is so adjusted, she thinks her home is her palace and she is the princess of it. She's not spoiled though, I'm proud that my daughter is able to be stern if needed but she's careful how she uses her words.14/11/2017 #52 Ned McDonnellGreat to see a warm discussion between two respected friends, James Olcott and Dr Ali Anani, with many other insights besides. Parents shape us and they have their drawbacks, some permanent which create those stumbling-blocks with which each of us has to manage, one day at a time. There are instances, occasionally important, however, where 'aspects' of my relationship with my father represent my not growing beyond a prism in childhood, though my father had. After a while, left unattended, that prison becomes a prison. James honoured me in two respects this week.
PUBLISHING A DAD-STORY ON HIS CULTURAL BLOG
EDITING THE TEXT TO MAKE IT SING WITH THAT UNIQUELY OLCOTT WHIMSY.
- Producer07/11/2017The Spontaneous WriterMy experience on beBee certainly changed me. I feel I have matured to understand the reasons why I write. I am kind of more matured now than any time before. When I have an idea that I enjoy I feel the spontaneity in writing it. I am doing this...
Comments13/11/2017 #90 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#89 "The only way to cultivate responsible choice is to nourish the needs of your soul...". I couldn't agree more @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador. This what feedback is expected to do. It is sort of ideas colliding and the product of which could be unimagined sometimes.13/11/2017 #89 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMAThe goal of writing critiques (this includes comments to articles and posts), says Karen Hertsberg managing editor of the spelling software Grammarly, is to help the writer expand their potential. The best feedback is that, she says, which leaves the writer feeling they’ve had an awakening. Your comments about Sara Jacobovici’s recent response, to a post you wrote, seems as if it did just that. Her comment not only encouraged you but awakened you to new thoughts and ideas. Not to mention inspired you to write on a new - related - topic. My belief is comments to posts should encourage further conversation - even debate. Not beat other commenters down in order to quell the conversation and/or to turn it in their direction. As always, we should agree to disagree.10/11/2017 #82 Lisa Vanderburg#54 Now that's brilliant because you often say your ideas come in your sleep! If I were to record my waking thoughts or dreams, it wouldn't be publishable :)
So happy I made a 'hugely-important point', my friend @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee View more#54 Now that's brilliant because you often say your ideas come in your sleep! If I were to record my waking thoughts or dreams, it wouldn't be publishable :)
So happy I made a 'hugely-important point', my friend @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee...I assure you, it was quite by accident! Close09/11/2017 #78 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven#75 Your right. When I was reading your buzz, I viewed myself working at my job, and "Just like that, have that need to write". My manner just usually begins with planted from reading or listening to audios. Then it does spontaneously grow fast like a bamboo tree.09/11/2017 #76 Proma 🐝 NautiyalI agree with you completely, @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Just like in everything else in life, giving without expecting to receive anything, doing without expecting to have anything done for us, and so and so forth. That will bring in the purity in our actions and thoughts thus reflected through our writings.09/11/2017 #75 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#72 Great and I enjoy the different styles with which we write @Preston 🐝 Vander Ven. However; is not this a type of spontaneous writing "When I realize that my comment is going to be to long, I usually add a tab. I "cut and paste" what I was going to say and create a post"?
I do appreciate your contribution to the discussions.09/11/2017 #72 Preston 🐝 Vander VenI don't find myself feeling like "The Spontaneous Writer". I just love to read a lot of book and share my input. When I realize that my comment is going to be to long, I usually add a tab. I "cut and paste" what I was going to say and create a post.
I will try to give credit to whomever gave me the spark of the idea, yet it usually wasn't spontaneous. I just love to promote other writers and sometimes it gives me ideas to write about.
- Producer31/10/2017Are you a Content DJ?How many contents do you produce per day? Say per week or per month?At most a blogger or content marketer often produced one or two articles per week. But this number is not good enough especially for social media updates. The reason is simple; we...
Comments05/11/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher@Nahid Hasan, I'm surprised this didn't get more traction so lets try! I love the term "content DJ," I do love to promote others if it helps them, it makes me feel good too. I write but not 1-2 times per week because my content is a bit more personal. I agree, if you have something of value to promote, it should be done in order to get it out there (done more frequently, that is).
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- Producer24/09/2017Writers making time to write for themselves.Writing for me in IranWhile I've been 'on' beBee for a while, thanks to the prompting of Jim Murray, I haven't had the time to write. As it turns out I'm on holiday in Iran for three weeks all the way from Australia and I'm currently sitting in a...
Comments25/09/2017 #3 Devesh 🐝 Bhatti ended up writing for a living. I enjoy it but i still have to learn a lot to understand how to write for others, it is hard to ignore personal thoughts. Earlier, i felt i was being reduced to inactivity with unacceptable things happening all around, now i feel it is an anchor that is holding me steady and emerging as the solution to get everything going.
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- Producer19/09/2017How Is Content Writing Similar to Acting?A couple of days back, when I was writing a blog post for one of my clients, a thought crossed my mind. Every time, I wrote for a client, each from a different industry than the other, I wrote thinking of their company, as my own. Every time, I...
Comments20/09/2017 #12 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#7 Thank you, @Robert Cormack for your comment and for pointing out this new approach that can (or rather should) be taken towards content writing and content marketing. I was having a difficult time today, strategizing a new marketing plan for a client as the offering is rather niche. Reading your comment gave me fresh perspective of viewing the entire plan. I needed to make it fascinating and not just fact-based and I guess I managed to do just that.20/09/2017 #10 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#3 @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess, it is true that our voice changes from one article to the other.
Especially, when I am writing for my clients I try to maintain a conversational tone, much like a one-to-one interaction. Keeping it simple yet presenting all the facts in a friendly tone. I try to keep the "jargonese" out of it as much as I can.
I am in love with this new word and I find it very relevant. Please forgive me for bringing it up so many times.20/09/2017 #7 Robert CormackGood post, @Proma Nautiyal. Throughout my career—doing what you're doing now—I always went back over what Ed McCabe wrote, realizing how personally invested he seemed to be with clients like Volvo and Purdue. Instead of being just relatable, he wanted to be interesting. Above all, be interesting. Look at the product or service from the point of view that the product or service IS interesting. Possibly fascinating. Not all products are, mostly because copywriters (and clients) only feel their job is to present the facts. Facts are facts. It's when they're turned into something beyond their purpose that they SHINE. That's when copy makes the product a better product—and the world a better place. You're certainly on the right track. Keep it up.20/09/2017 #3 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar GoddessAs I work with several content writers, @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal, I am always amazed at how their "voice" changes from client to client, and how much they seem to know about the topic they're writing about. Their articles always seem real to me!
And not to be a parrot here, but yes. Relatable is huge.
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Comments04/09/2017 #8 David B. GrinbergProma, once again you provide important insights and astute analysis about what makes beBee such a powerful social network for employers, recruiters and job seekers. This is because shared passions and personal interests really do result in more successful and stronger business relationships. Now that's something to buzz about!
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Comments03/07/2017 #20 Lada 🏡 PrkicI am not a loner either, but I'll always choose to be on my own than in bad company. I read your beautiful poem several times, Pascal.
I would point out a verse: "A beautiful loser will always be more genuine than a pedantic winner" because I don't like people being called losers.
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