- Producer23/11/2017Black Friday/Cyber Monday offer on our Executive CV and LinkedIn authoring servicesDid you know that 85% of hiring managers / recruiters will view your LinkedIn profile before making a hiring decision.LinkedIn now has over 500 million members worldwide; it is the pond that recruiters fish for talent and is an essential networking...
- Producer27/09/2017How to Get Job Offers – Not Just Interviews – With Your LinkedIn ProfileIs Your LinkedIn Profile Getting You Job OFFERS? Last week, I spoke with a technology executive about working with us on his LinkedIn profile and resume. Upon investigation, I discovered that he was getting interviews for positions that...
- 25/09/2017Why You’ll Want to Pay Close Attention to This New LinkedIn Featurewww.business2community.com When it comes to finding your ideal connections on LinkedIn, one of the fastest and easiest ways to do it is by looking at whoâs already paying attention to you on the platform. With LinkedInâs...
- 21/09/2017The Secret To Finding Your Best B2B Prospects on LinkedInwww.inc.com LinkedIn lead generation is best done using warm leads, and some of the best are found on this hidden area of the...
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- Producer30/08/2017Don’t Miss … How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile 13th Edition!At long last… How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile, 13th Edition is on sale!!Since March of this year, LinkedIn seems to be making changes to its platform on a daily basis. I have been diligently editing my book as the changes roll in, and I...
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- Producer23/08/2017Everything You Need to Know About the New LinkedIn Recommendations SectionYou might have noticed that a few weeks ago, chaos reigned with LinkedIn Recommendations. You could request a recommendation, but the intended recipient did not receive the request. You could accept a recommendation, but you couldn’t ask for a...
- 22/08/2017Raise Your Social Selling Index (SSI) Score (Part 1 of 4) | Vengresovengreso.com How do I raise my LinkedIn Social Selling Index (SSI)?" In this series, I will take you through the four components of the SSI and how to increase...
- 14/08/2017These 5 Lessons I’ve Learned Will Make You Rethink How You Use LinkedInwww.business2community.com If you’re interested in using social media to engage with your customers, you’ve probably spent some time memorizing some rules about when to post on each social network. Maybe you’ve studied...
- Producer11/08/2017LinkedIn deleted American intelligence service veterans on the request of Russian trolls.Originally posted by me on July 28, 2016, on LinkedIn This article is about pro-Kremlin trolls attacking LinkedIn accounts, among them are American intelligence service veterans. It is the first time I have seen Russian trolls go this far and...
Comments14/08/2017 #28 Tetyana Stadnyk#27 I don't know much about Trump bots, but you surely have a reason to doubt the account if they have a lot of numbers or random letters in their account and I see thousands of it, they follow me too, I usually block them. Social media allows people create fake profiles, buy followers, they are not checking who's registering. A lot of bots verified their accounts for credibility as well, so it's very dangerous to see that social media verifies everyone who applies14/08/2017 #27 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#26 I've read that almost half of Trump's followers are bots. Not sure if that's true or not but I've read about it on 'so called' legit news sites. It wouldn't surprise me. So yes, there are trolls and bots. Very annoying and dangerous when they mass produce fake news and people believe the news to be true.14/08/2017 #25 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#22 Thanks for the links @Tetyana Stadnyk, it's not that I don't believe you, this just has me stumped and it is very upsetting. There are many Russian trolls on every Social Network. People really need to triple check sources to news links so they are not fooled again. I hope your account is not removed. Connect with me over there if you don't mind.14/08/2017 #22 Tetyana Stadnyk#21 You can find few more posts on it @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher but not many, as no one paid attention to these things at that time like now also people don't believe it which is ok as not everyone wants to know about things like this. Some posts on the topic are here: 1) https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/linkedin-trust-safety-unresponsive-issue-russian-trolls-paul-cobaugh - here's the man mentioned in Newsweek, you can talk to him if you like. 2) https://toinformistoinfluence.com/2016/07/30/linkedin-black-hole-of-injustice-microsoft-do-you-know/ 3) https://toinformistoinfluence.com/2016/06/06/gone-with-the-truth-linkedin-lies-libel/ 4) https://toinformistoinfluence.com/2016/06/22/linkedin-shares-sensitive-information-with-russia/ On top of it I already said in my post that if you don't believe it's ok, but it's what it is, the reality in today's internet.14/08/2017 #21 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#17 I'm following my gut on this one- I just deleted my posts because I may have been spoofed. I read this late last evening and I just now did some research on the links (the material provided could be legit) it may not be. I could not find any other sources to this story other than those provided by the author here.
If you have other sources @Tetyana Stadnyk that back up your claims about LI that are legit please share. The newsweek article appears to be an op-ed?? I don't know, I'm not a journalist but there were no other stories even similar to this let alone the mans name. The only person I could find with that name died in Jan. others were definitely not him.13/08/2017 #20 Phil Friedman#19 No, Teyana, with Russia, we can say for sure that any manipulation of Microsoft would not be via the investment chain because that would be impractically expensive. Could subversion of executive or managers be undertaken via blackmail or bribery or other tricks of the intelligence trade? Perfectly possible. But the most likely scenario would be to use paid agents to pose as multiple LinkedIn users and employ the tools of reporting to harass and drive the targets from the platform. I have no doubt that could happen since the management of LinkedIn has long shown itself to be incompetent and indifferent in the administration of its own TOC. But no idiot, not even the Russian government, would spend $75 BILLION to accomplish what could probably be done by hiring a cadre of agents provocateur for less than a million dollars or so. To say "you cannot be sure" is to foment silly paranoia and thereby undermine your own case. My suggestion to you and Lisa is to stick to what makes sense. Just saying. Cheers! :-)13/08/2017 #18 Phil Friedman#15 Pliease see my response to Lisa Gallagher, which has to do with the
speculation the Russian government is exerting influence via the investment chain. I have no doubt that some elements of Russian Intelligence my be employing agents to target Russian dissidents and even members or ex-members of US Intelligence. But if one foments silly and fantastic scenarios, that actually works against the rational expose of those who attack freedom of political expression. Cheers!13/08/2017 #17 Phil Friedman#14 Sorry, Lisa but may, might, possibly in this case doesn't work.
The reported total number of MSFT shares is 5,675,533,773. It's generally thought that in order to control a publicly traded company, one needs to control about 30% of the voting shares. Which in the case of Microsoft would be approximately 1,700,000,000 shares or, at a share price of $44, roughly $75 BILLION.
I have little doubt that some elements of the Russian government might like to get some Russian dissidents booted off LinkenIn, might even use paid agents to make trouble on the platform, but to allege that influence could be exerted by Russian "investors" is fantastic and naive.
For to target such dissidents via the investment chain would be far too costly for even a sovereign nation, given the minor nature of the objective. And I think it does nobody any good to spin fantastic speculations in these circumstances. Especially, when there is plenty of real danger to be anxious over. Cheers!13/08/2017 #14 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#13 Phil, no... I'm not saying MS is controlled by Russian investors. Is it possible that Microsoft may cater to some investors over other, possibly? Their list of investors is so large, I wouldn't even know if a company was from Russia or not. When I hear Russian trolls and companies (Linkedin or not) in the same sentence, it's possibly too easy to think they may have a stake in things.
It's very possible that they are being unwittingly manipulated by Russian Intelligence Trolls and that makes sense. It's sad that Russia becomes so suspect in my mind after all the dealings they've been involved with across Europe, Asia and now the US. By dealings, I mean under-handed, hard to trace. You made a good point.
I hope our Country with the help of Mueller finds answers to many questions people have because I think it's getting to all of us. Everything appears suspect now and it shouldn't.13/08/2017 #13 Phil Friedman#12 Lisa Gallagher > " I have to wonder whose invested in LI (their large investors) are some from Russia?? That could play a role in why they are making the decisions they make?"
With all due respect, Lisa, have you not heard that Microsoft purchased LinkedIn somewhat more than a year ago for roughly $26 Billion? Are you saying that Microsoft is controlled by Russian investors or what?
Don't you think that, if the allegations made in this article are true, it is more likely a matter of LI apparatchiks being unwittingly manipulated by Russian intelligence trolls through complaints and reporting? As LI's record concerning selective and knee-jerk responses to complaints is truly abysmal? And many users have in the past, used reporting for purposes of harassment and surreptitious attack upon those whom they don't like.13/08/2017 #12 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThank you for sharing so much vital info @tatyana , these stories matter. Sharing stories like this won't ever get deleted on beBee, correct @Javier 🐝 beBee & @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín? :) I have to wonder whose invested in LI (their large investors) are some from Russia?? That could play a role in why they are making the decisions they make? I would also love to hear more about Russia's involvement in the Ukraine from a person who has been living through it. If you have the time, can you please share? Appreciate that you are not giving up and sharing truth.
Comments27/07/2017 #32 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#14 reverse engineering a platform is fascinating, the team has to put themselves in the shoes of the several generation of solutions architects,mprojects managers and coders who made LI evolved from its initial state. It appear that users enegagement caanot be all monitored, because your audience is not entirely made of followers. Making it a metric makes nonsense say former LI collaborators. The most important metric on LI is the conversion of suers into clients to calculate ROI.24/07/2017 #28 Phil FriedmanBTW, @Sandra Smith, you've also pointed out, albeit quietly, that one of the most important, if not the most important metric of Engagement is the number of followers you pick up as a direct result of the post in question. Ironically, it is not a metric that is tracked by any of the major social media platforms. Cheers!24/07/2017 #27 Jerry FletcherSandra, Great job. I especially like the demonstrations and results. I have passed this on to clients, friends and my trusty group of fellow advisors. Those that are computer phobic will get it. Those that are hackers will use it verify their own results. Pablo's' observation that "text performs better than posts with images," comment is something we thought was happening. Nice to see it verified. Thanks again.23/07/2017 #21 Phil Friedman#17 Sure, Sandra. The reason you can't find it on my "blog" page is that I published it as an update -- which I am doing more and more these days, especially on LinkedIn.
https://www.bebee.com/content/1671445/1450770 View more#17 Sure, Sandra. The reason you can't find it on my "blog" page is that I published it as an update -- which I am doing more and more these days, especially on LinkedIn.
Cheers! Close23/07/2017 #20 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#18 |Hi Matt i use an OpenSource web server to Market on all SM, and i don't address to my follower base, i look outside the LI box and that allows me to get 1835 LinkedIn searches a week that convert into 4 to 5 meeting weekly. LinkedIn is a landing plaform where users can turn the communication switch towards you...there again limited by LinkedIn inmail LOL.23/07/2017 #16 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorI think new tool for social media and digital marketing analysis, automation and proactive workflows are the next avenue. You cannot change FB, LI or twitter or any platforms, but you can perform an autopsy to analyze the causes: LOL ...pick your choice: a) death 2) dysfunctions & disease 3) the workflows etc...
Affordable, not apps, but web servers S.a.a.S, are the key to override issues and master these platforms. Today these platforms decide of your fate....tomorrow you can have technology serving your goals, not theirs. And that time is coming sooner that you think. And it doesn't rely on API management always. My humble opinion..i am not debating here... Just because performance relies on quality content and affinity propagation.23/07/2017 #15 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#14 LOL thanks for the compliment, but i doubt so. \\\\\\\\\\\\\All the programming they do at LI as a specific purpose, l imitating users was a demographic growth issue they knew they would hit at some point. The conception itself wasn't affinity oriented, which is the core advantage of beBee. LI was initially created for 10 000+ employers that needed a global reach HR tool for funneling competition's candidate, then they aimed to democratized towards SMBs, then make individual think they need to be in the database...and they succeed: 430 M+ jumped, including me. Not being on LinkedIn is like refusing to learn english and code your program only with Olmeque's language.23/07/2017 #13 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorI was thinking of....reverse engineering LinkedIn to better understand the LI mind set, and the inner secrets of its coding, if it does make a sense and what that sense could be? Everything works for a reasons and the opposite too, the journey is about tp find how, and not why...human factor was probably there when compiling code with or without a master solution architects and with what the manage the core project management. I wouldn't be surprised to discover wonderful gems of mismanagement and lack of prospective vision. It is not because it is big that it wasn't done with common sense. Behind the scenes views and hints reveals always good things to know. After you just feel like Simon Pegg in a comedy....Not surprised but caught in dire straights. LOL.23/07/2017 #11 Zacharias 🐝 VoulgarisI know that I have my disagreements with @Phil Friedman about giving away content for free, but I think in your case his view is more relevant. Perhaps you should put all this stuff in a book or some other form of paid content. I'm sure people would buy it!23/07/2017 #7 Matt 🐝 SweetwoodThis is a terrific analysis. You seem to have cracked the code. However, you are still only getting a few comments/likes on your posts but that is more a a function of the weak large audience on Linkedin. And there is still the problem of Pulse having it's algorithm shut down. BUZZ ON! @John White, MBA23/07/2017 #6 Phil FriedmanYou know, Sandra, content is still king. You can throw enough crap against the wall to get some of it to stick once in a while, but that does not build durable results. But if one starts with superlative content and bolsters its chances to be exposed and noticed, well, that is the path, I think, to success. But I'm pretty sure you get that already. Cheers!
- Producer21/07/2017How Social Sellers & Businesses Can Use LinkedIn Video to Increase SalesWhen it comes to innovation, being first isn’t a prerequisite for being the best. This seems to be the guiding principle behind the recent introduction of LinkedIn video, the business-oriented social media giant’s first attempt at...
- Producer19/07/2017Improving the Reach of LinkedIn Content - The Never Ending SagaIt is no secret that the organic reach of LinkedIn content has declined significantly in recent years. This applies whether one is talking about posts in groups, LinkedIn Publisher posts, or status updates. There has been a lot of debate about why...
Comments27/07/2017 #26 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBAI've done some experiments. Here is an update:
- Improving the Reach of LinkedIn Content - The Saga Continues
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@anne-thornley-brown/improving-the-reach-of-linkedin-content-the-saga-continues20/07/2017 #23 Philip Calvert#21 I used the one line paragraph approach in a status update and without an image. I also added the link/URL to the first comment. Four hours later views are up to 425 which is a lot higher than usual for this type of post. There is a lot of sense in one line paragraphs; I'm getting a lot of success with it in emails. I have 9,395 followers in total.20/07/2017 #22 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBAAt this point, I also want to say that one should not have to use a million time-consuming workarounds to get their content viewed. Content should be visible to connections and followers....period. Not even posting in groups works as members are not notified of new content and in many instances, announcements no longer work. They work in 1 of my 6 groups.20/07/2017 #19 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA@Sara Jacobovici How is it coming? Have you tried any experiments? Here are the results of mine.
- List Post: 8 Ways to Generate Revenue from Team Building - 301 views & 3 likes in 24 hours
- Text Only + Link: Team Building: 3 Ways to Get More Bang for Your Buck - 470 Views, 6 likes & 2 comments in 2 days
- Text, Photo + Link: Alcohol at events & Duty of Care at Corporate Events - 285 views, 5 likes & 3 comments in 2 days
- Team Building: 3 Ways to Get more Bank for your Buck - 46 views, 5 re-shares, 6 comments, 15 Likes - a total waste of time
All of this activity generated 18 hits to my website. I have 129 hits with no referring links so if I am optimistic, perhaps some of those were generated by LinkedIn. If I am pessimistic (or realistic) perhaps it just too much work for too little return.
Identical post on beBee:
- Team Building: 3 Ways to Get more Bank for your Buck - over 500 views, 15 likes, 5 comments
@Paul "Pablo" Croubalian I will give the #buzzBeBee hashtag on Twitter a try.20/07/2017 #15 Philip CalvertA great post - thank you. For what it's worth, I have been using a tool called Missinglettr which creates LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook status posts from a blog that you have written elsewhere. In short, you write a blog on your website (it needs an RSS feed) and Missinglettr will create up to twelve short posts from your content, which it drips onto LinkedIn over the course of a year. This is getting a lot more engagements than posting full articles on LinkedIn, but a side effect is that the number of people wanting to connect with me on LinkedIn has shot up dramatically. You may well find this of use to you too. Here's my link to Misslinglettr http://bit.ly/PCmissinglettr20/07/2017 #14 David B. GrinbergI agree with you, Anne, that status updates and/or discussion-related posts, and/or curating content results in higher engagement on LI than writing anything of Pulse. I know a lot of us here like to cross-channel pollinate by posting beBee buzz as status updates on LI. This seems to be working fairly well.
cc: @Jim Murray @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Jan 🐝 Barbosa @John White, MBA @Melonie Dodaro20/07/2017 #13 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorProspects are unrevealed targets in marketnsegments that will be processed through funneling (succession of workflows) up to a purchase act.mThat applies to my way to doing marketing. Which might differ to others marketers when they market products or themselves. I also consider a former customer a prospect with respect, because we must work hard to deserve the renewal of his/her trust for the next purchase act. Many competitors consider their customers their property, and that is good for me...because customer loyalty is the hardest thing ever to keep alive and not to conquer.20/07/2017 #12 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#11 I agree with your disagreement, it is the Concordia, remember what applies to one doesn't to the other...we are all unique ..i mentionned that i was expressing my opinion, and my opinion only...I don't have the prentention to apply what i express to al cases.19/07/2017 #11 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA#9 Well I am going to disagree with you on this point "Followers ain't your prospects. They are friends, competitors, passing by who pressed a button." If I want to engage with friends and family, I do that in person or on my personal Twitter and Facebook accounts, not from my business accounts. I expressed my feelings about this here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-4sPwiQMaQ19/07/2017 #10 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorFor 20000$ per year you can start with HubSpot or MarkeTo...or you can invest way less and use OpenSourced solutions. I am here to help people make it happen with the money they have in their pocket. Because talent must not be stopped because of budget limitation.19/07/2017 #9 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#8 in fact, to my own opinion, followers base does not matter, your customers are rarely a watching crowd. Audience on the other hand are anonymous ones that matters a lot, and you needs to address to them on a million scale basis. Funneling is important and mass marketing techniques and tools can help to convert them. Most people get confused when you have to qualify a prospect base. Followers ain't your prospects. They are friends, competitors, passing by who pressed a button.19/07/2017 #8 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA#7 My pleasure. @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador for sure pay to play does improve impact but there are some members who are able to rack up 10s of thousands of followers, get featured regularly on Publishing channels, and generate thousands of views of their content with little effort.19/07/2017 #6 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorVery good piece! Every obsevation is true. However everyone must recall that linkedIn is a , a)recruiting tool biggest database in the world b) made for 10 000 + employees firms c) a paid-per-promotion website.
Do the maths, most is all about self centered promotions personal or corporate, some beleive the branding is free, while in fact you must pay. Social sellng doesnt come for free. LI is a cash machine. Money matters first. A global SM strategy brings results based on affinities and not only on beBee.
- Producer16/07/2017LinkedIn Rolls Out Native VideoFrom sharing video with updates, to attaching video as rich media, smart professionals and marketers have been using video for years, understanding the growing value proposition it offers. Now LinkedIn are giving us native video to finally catch up...
Comments17/07/2017 #1 David B. GrinbergThanks for this astute analysis, Jo. It's unfortunate for LinkedIn users that the site appears to be too little, too late -- as online video first emerged over 20 years ago, with YouTube coming on the scene in 2005. So what the heck took them so long? Also, why doesn't LI offer a live streaming mobile app, like beBee?
You might be interested in a blog post I penned on Producer regarding why live streaming is the top social media trend https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/why-live-video-leading-social-media-trend
- 28/06/2017A Guide to Getting Started on Using Hashtags on LinkedInwww.business2community.com LinkedIn wants you to start using hashtags and I think it’s about time. For platforms, like Twitter and Instagram, hashtags are an essential ingredient to the social posting recipe. Up until...
- 28/06/2017LinkedIn's Most-Maligned Feature Is About to Become Your New Favorite Toolwww.inc.com LinkedIn just unveiled an amazing new feature that opens up a world of opportunity for savvy...
- 13/06/2017LinkedIn Will Now Rewrite Your Profile For You (Seriously)www.business2community.com A new LinkedIn feature actually writes a key part of your profile page for you. Here’s how it works. “Think of your LinkedIn Summary as your elevator pitch – how would you spark...
- ProducerDid I become a Publisher, Juan ?Best practices just been publish by Juan Imaz with the following article: BeBee, the Content Production and Distribution HubI love measuring things, ROI, all this kind of stuff.So to keep things short...i will mention Javier 🐝 beBee ..." Keep...
Comments03/04/2017 #9 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorQuality vs quantity,,,anyway i couldn't handle everybodies requests even if i wished too...why...compression phenomenon...like a traffic Jam....I am presently funneling it with SMA- Sales & Marketing Automation I implemented to have more features and possibilities than HUBSPOT or MARKETO are currently offering. Problem with Vendors is that the time they get to the top, they become static harvesting on a business model that already is ..past due date!03/04/2017 #8 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorNow it is clear that I can reach more that 157 followers, but way more unknown people that have shared interest, see values in my contents and the side effects are... people i don't know,,,get all their ways possible to connect with me...G+, Foursquare, twitter, etc ...12748 people...i had an excel file directory to track all sources since i sign up beBee...People who saw a post from someone that retweeted something on another social media platform...people even use IM to point each other in my direction. It is not amazing..it is disrupting ! And yes ! @Juan Imaz & @Javier 🐝 beBee google loves beBee! You bet it does !03/04/2017 #7 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#5 Hopefully I am a strong believer that Microsoft will re-brand it , to make things clear...RecruitIn ! You want to make contact and collaborate with a Peer..Buy a 365"s yearly subscrption with Skype for business and sharepoint option.
it is gonna take a while but after that...they can take on FB !!!03/04/2017 #6 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#5 @Joe Barber Excactly...mathematically talking if you j=have a great number of linkedin contacts but only 23% MAU (Monthly Active Users) and you do nothing with them..but 1) Congrats for The New Job ! Or 2) happy Job anniversary..and nothing comes in terms of business and $ benfits out of that..what is the point to pay A subscription if you are not a recruiter...is there 300 Millions recruiters ?03/04/2017 #5 Joe Barber#3 good to know and agreed @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador. I have seen/heard a lot from contacts recently that LinkedIn seems to have lost its way slightly. Paying to make contacts seems fundamentally flawed in this globalised and open world that the internet affords us!03/04/2017 #3 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#2 @Joe Barber I apologize for the mind stroke i provoqued ( LOL) these are one week Stats, i have been here for a month with 40K views..i only use LinkedIn for recruiters...looking for a great fit a the wrong platform...but you know a nice 52 pages Cv on LinkedIn is good for data feed during backgrounds check * screenings. And Thanks God, LI is quite useful for that purpose. But all their subscription is over-valued and over-price, there are dozen ways to reach out to personae when necessary.
- Producer31/05/2017How to Find a Job Using LinkedInAre you maximizing LinkedIn’s tools in your job search?LinkedIn is consistently rated in the top 3 resources for job listings on the web (after Indeed and Glassdoor). Surveys have concluded that of all jobs sourced from social media, 89% of those...
- Producer24/05/2017How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn HeadlineHow confident are you in your LinkedIn headline? Have you crafted it with keywords and viewer engagement in mind?Many LinkedIn users have not considered either SEO or marketing strategies in their headlines, mistakenly believing that their LinkedIn...
- Producer12/05/2017The Power of Bee-ing LikeableOne of the more obvious things I have noticed about beBee is that a lot of people really seem to like it here.You see a lot of what I have come to refer to as ‘Cheerleader’ posts from people who have signed up, cruised around and have realized that...
Comments04/06/2017 #44 Martin WrightJim, that is an excellent observation. Its strange that linkedin's alorithm writers have decided to treat something shared from an external site as bei g more eadily spread than an intetnal post. Whoever did that may end up a prize of a resume writing course.
I get the impression that the new owners pf linkedin are learning that it is the active users who really decide how a site evolves.04/06/2017 #42 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Article. I have been a member of LinkedIn for a number of years and over a 1000 connections. I have found that LI Pulse has become more of a dumpsite like MySpace did. About 8 months ago, I joined beBee and slowly began transferring my articles to the Hive. I notice that my highest visit rate on LI is my lowest on beBee. I have tried many platforms, yet none of my content every began to go viral until I joined the hive. So I thank @Javier 🐝 beBee and all you fellow bees.
I did not change anything on my part. I always promote, comment, and share others first. The difference is the community in the Hive was the first to respond in such a positive way. We all help each other, we will all read are goals.15/05/2017 #41 David B. GrinbergExcellent points, as usual, Jim. I strongly echo your sentiments having shared a very similar experience myself. I would just reiterate that one of the great aspects of how beBee promotes user engagement -- rather than tramples on it like LI -- is that beBee blog posts are shared with everyone in a user's network. Moreover, users are also able to share their posts on three separate hives to maximize engagement. Some of the nearly 30,000 hives have upward of 100,000 members and more worldwide. Thus, if someone is still relying on LI Pulse they will never know how much organic reach and engagement they are truly missing. Put simply, beBee Producer beats other publishing platforms hands down. Thus, it's should be a "no brainer" decision for writers/bloggers who want to amplify their message and maximize their reach: just remember this simple equation: beBee = Better Buzz!
cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee15/05/2017 #37 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorI love it that you & Juan are so engaged here on beBee.com, you are both invited to Savannah for lunch or dinner at any time. Keep up the great efforts & zeal. I LOVE beBee.com! regards, BILL STANKIEWICZ , Savannah Supply Chain Guy, # 1.404.750.320014/05/2017 #36 Javier 🐝 beBeeI love our community because beBee is associated with passion, emotion, excitement and dedication across the globe. To be a beBee fan requires the 'living' experience of beBee. It is not about being a mere spectator — it is about being a participant. It is about writing stories. It is about learning and teaching. beBee is an important means for our bees to form and maintain strong connections.
Thanks beBee. I AM LEARNING DAILY.14/05/2017 #35 Jerry FletcherJim & Phil,
Both of you know the limitations of social media--all of it. Your voices are part of what kept me here. I can accept fewer posts but I urge both of you to continue for selfish reasons: You stimulate thought provoking conversations. You two are like dropping rocks into a standing pool. The ripples reflect off one another leading to a kaleidoscope that lures others to drop in. Stick around guys. The party is just starting.13/05/2017 #29 AnonymousThe Fractal Revolution in Society, beBee affinity network is the first social media.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fractal-revolution-society-social-media-first-milos-djukic View moreThe Fractal Revolution in Society, beBee affinity network is the first social media.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fractal-revolution-society-social-media-first-milos-djukic #26 Close13/05/2017 #26 Javier 🐝 beBeeI am proud of our community. It is still small, beBee is young but we expect to grow faster during the last quarter.
I love this @Jim Murray. You deserve the best with us. Definetely, the character of beBee is both unique and different from most social media sites.
beBee offers you a open platform with 100% organic reach of your network, forever, without restrictions on your following.
"You want to grow your personal brand? You want to meet interesting people from all over the world? You want to find interesting articles to read and learn from. You want to unearth business opportunities from people who believe that doing business with people they like and trust is a better way forward?
BeBee offers you the opportunity to achieve all of that"13/05/2017 #25 Phil Friedman#23 Jim, are you talking about the difference between posting an "article" on the publishing platform (Pulse?) vs. posting an "update" in the main feed? If so, I agree that often posting updates in the feed gets you more response than articles on the publishing platform. And I have suspected for a long time that is because Pulse distribution is choked down by the algorithm, while the general feed is less restricted. And I think that opinion is consistent with the observations of major online marketers like @Candice 🐝 Galek. Cheers!13/05/2017 #24 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI'm with @Paul Walters Jim, I too would pay money to see that! There are a lot of cheerleaders for beBee because they love the platform like you. Your photo, "I've seen some weird shit," well that made me laugh. Thanks, I needed a good laugh and you made great points.
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