- Producer01/12/2016Entrevista beBee a Jorge Carballo: "En beBee se escriben posts de mucha calidad"Hoy disfrutamos de un ratito con Jorge Carballo, nombrado recientemente Embajador Global de beBee, gran amante de su familia y de la vida. ¡A disfrutar!MAMEN¡Muy buenas Jorge! Lo primero de todo, muchísimas felicidades por tu nombramiento como...
Comments01/12/2016 #9 María Paz Hueso LuqueBueno, bueno, querido @Jorge Carballo Pérez, sí que iba a ser otro gran día!!Gracias por la entrevista y por esa gran energía, positividad, y creatividad que siempre transmites. Me siento afortunada de que nos hayamos encontrado.😁. @Mamen Delgado, una vez màs , fabulosa😙!01/12/2016 #8 CityVP ManjitGreat interview Mamen, it translated very well. The only thing I did not understand is the Serrat reference. Did it mean Joan Manuel Serrat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNkcAUAv1kw View moreGreat interview Mamen, it translated very well. The only thing I did not understand is the Serrat reference. Did it mean Joan Manuel Serrat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNkcAUAv1kw or Georges Seurat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNkcAUAv1kw - a Seurat reference as it pertains to perfectionism makes sense to me because Suerat painted with dots. Overall a very complex portrait of Jorge Carballo - I did get a sense of who is from reading this interview - even though I am sure a few bits may have been lost in translation - but not significantly. Close
- Producer01/08/2016Join New "beBee Buzz!" Group on LinkedInThere's a new group on LinkedIn called beBee Buzz! You should join if you're already on LinkedIn. If you're not already on LinkedIn then please stop reading now (as this message will self-destruct in 3-seconds). This is NOT a group to voice gripes...
Comments30/11/2016 #51 Sushmita Thakare JainI am a member of the group! :)
Also @David B. Grinberg would appreciate if you could go through my this week's post on my website http://efrinternational.com/need-creativity-innovation-entrepreneurship/ I have shared some thoughts of @Javier beBee 🐝 about beBee in my post.
- 27/10/2016Marca Personal, por @Marta Carretero GarciaMarca Personal by beBee ¿Qué es la marca personal? ¿Qué beneficios tiene construir una marca personal sólida? Nuestra compañera Marta Carretero, directora de Marketing de beBee, te...
- Producer28/11/2016Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passionsSteven SmithSteven Smith is an engineer working in Aeronautics. He is passionate about technology, scuba diving, and cooking.Personal passions create more professional engagement and build more succesful business relationships.Emma WilsonEmma Wilson...
Comments29/11/2016 #30 CityVP ManjitTo make sketches more dynamic link them to popular hives - these linkages will then provide a practical guide as to how affinity networking translates from cameo of an individual person and the affinity with a particular community. This would also then provide a more insightful curation of affinity communities and how they are emerging. All of this is a process of emergence.29/11/2016 #28 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#27 Yes and no. That's for that new fangled thing that no one really likes and for shares. The maximum allowable size for a direct tweet is a 600px square. ex: https://twitter.com/PaulCroubalian/status/741712977632604160 View more#27 Yes and no. That's for that new fangled thing that no one really likes and for shares. The maximum allowable size for a direct tweet is a 600px square. ex: https://twitter.com/PaulCroubalian/status/741712977632604160
I'll try a few later today and mention you so we can take a look Close29/11/2016 #16 Lance Scoular#8 Agreed @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
@Javier beBee 🐝
For those of us on Snapchat these would be great in Portrait format.
I am converting my Graphic Quotes from Landscape to Portrait and posting on BeBee and then sharing to Twitter and LinkedIn.
I also post to Snapchat from my phones gallery/ camera roll.
I have just done a rough cut and paste using Microsoft PowerPoint of the Phill Smith Graphic. (Note I am not a graphic designer - just a hack)
1) Re Purposed graphic displayed for you on Twitter.
2) Snapchat portrait graphic edited with .com and personalized Bitemoji and posted on Snapchat 😊🐝🍯
You can view this on Snapchat for the next 23 hours and 15 minutes from now.
- 22/11/2016How I happen to have missed buzzes by Paul Walters is a complete mystery, but as I went through his contributions, it was all top draw and high quality offerings. As a person on a learning journey, these buzzes are venerable field of perspectives and meaning. I look forward to perusing these buzzes as we move forward. https://www.bebee.com/@brand-ambassador-bebeePaul Walterswww.bebee.com I now live on the island of Bali. I have made a change to my career and become a novelist. Five books done and I hope a few more on the way !!...
Comments22/11/2016 #1 Deb HelfrichIsn't beBee like a treasure chest? Each time you open up the site, a new fantabulous bee just might be buzzing into your sight.
And of course the 'missing' is down to this being a global site where buzzes are in our main news feed in chronological order. Those pesky time zones can make it tough to keep up with what went on while we were asleep. The remedy?
Share often. Remember there is no reason to not reshare something in the main hives - like beBee in English - a number of times throughout the day.
- Producer21/11/20164amChristmas is not a period of the year I particularly look forward to because I know it adds an extra day of work and creates longer days but this is called serving the market. My daughter and her husband are in the same boat, they have temporarily...
Comments24/11/2016 #13 CityVP Manjit#10 Dear @Franci Eugenia Hoffman & @Pamela L. Williams & @Deb Lange I wonder if you have ever watched Poet Rives engage a very humourous look at 4am - a kind of parody to conspiracy theorists in a way, but mostly very clever talk called "The 4 a.m. Mystery" - it is worth a look https://www.ted.com/talks/rives_on_4_a_m
If one can smile and laugh first thing in the morning, that is the best start to the day, and you have all summed up well how different that hour is. I am off to college now, we are helping out students who are preparing for case competitions - and then tomorrow I look forward to tuning into the great beBee - great because of people like you.24/11/2016 #12 Franci Eugenia HoffmanWhen I was working, I would get up at 4 am. I like mornings and like taking time to shake the cobwebs out of my head before I face the day. I very rarely used an alarm clock. Now but that I am retired, I still wake up early but I usually don't rise until 7 am.24/11/2016 #11 Pamela L. WilliamsGood lu k with transition Manjit. I actually get up at 4 often. When I'm done sleeping I'm done and no matter how hard I try I can't go back to sleep. But then I realized just how great 4am is. The world is quiet and peaceful. I sit on my patio with a cup of coffee and just enjoy the bliss24/11/2016 #10 Deb LangeI would love to go to bed at 9.30 and get up early but I find I can not sleep early. I wake up without a clock at 7.00 and go to sleep st 11.00 so I know I need 8 hours sleep. This seems to work for me. I remember when I was young and I had a horse I would get up at 4.00 am to feed and ride my horse on the beach before school! I also went to bed very early in those days. Physical exercise is wonderful to fall into a deep sleep. I hope you make your transitions with ease, it sounds like you do live in flow. Enjoy all your transitions as much as your activities.24/11/2016 #9 CityVP Manjit#1 Weird, I have experienced the same thing two days in a row, I set the alarm for 4am but I am waking up earlier. Then again when I retired at 9:30am I was lights out fast, so that simply tells me that I am not used to sleeping early, but it also tells me that my body is craving sleep. Ultimately while so far waking up earlier has been a positive experience - especially with a rested mind, I am paying attention to what signals my body is actually sending me - because in the long-run that is a bigger part of the wisdom.22/11/2016 #8 CityVP Manjit#1 As you said in a comment to another buzz, that you are a traveler is a source of great learning and I think that also helps in setting your internal clock as well. That does not mean a business traveler has the same faculty, while you do travel on business, the meaning of travel is far greater in your worldview than someone who lives out of a suitcase and is actually a flying office. That is what separates a traveler from people who live out of their suitcase and I think that the true traveler is then born into a far different type of energy and life experience, one that they cannot but help wake up to.22/11/2016 #7 CityVP Manjit#3 I just looked over at your buzzes Paul, and what you may in hearty spirit call sloth and procrastination has too much real world experience and vivid imagination - I shudder to think what you are capable off when you operate with all engines one and maxing out. Kind of fits that New Testament line about if your dark is light, how much better then is the light :-)22/11/2016 #6 CityVP Manjit#4 Flow is what I focus on and what is the primary motivator for me. The ability to find meaning in things that others would consider mundane is one of my developing strengths. I risk over-sleeping if I don't use the alarm clock - and especially when I have changed my routine - but the key for me is that once I awake at a new time - that will be the time every day. It is not different to those who conquer jet-lag, the new routine kicks in immediately. Eventually I will get used to the new time and my first act would be to ensure I have turned the alarms off - nothing worse than going downstairs and then forgetting to turn the alarm off - at 4am that is not a sound the rest of the family want to hear :-)22/11/2016 #5 CityVP Manjit#2 Yes, this morning it was a combination of the room being very cold and a late night at the college which meant getting to sleep at 11am. The primary factor for me hitting the snooze button twice this morning was sleeping less than 6 hours - so I know where my limit is, but I was up by 4:30pm, albeit engaging the first act as wrapping up to remain warm !22/11/2016 #4 Lisa Gallagher@CityVP Manjit, I've never done well with clocks. As I've grown older I try to focus on the moment and not time. I know we all have things we must do which includes being on time for many of these things. I love my days when time just flows without putting a lot of thought into it. I manage my life not time. I abide by time when it's necessary :))21/11/2016 #2 Ali Anani@CityVP Manjit- you mirror me as well as I tend to sleep between 5-6 hours and I find this healthy!. However; I have never used an alrm clock because my biology clock awakens me. I don't have slag time and the minute I get the awakening call I get out of bed (except when it is very cold). That is why I fully agree with your statement "I hate the word "time management" because life is really about "meaning management". Time is a physical reality when it comes to energy used and restoration of that energy that comes through physical intelligence such as diet, sleep, meditation and flow".
- Producer20/11/20168 Social Growth Tips & How to get the Most from Free Resources OnlineHi! I'm a Newbee to beBee with high aspirations. I thought my first article would be a wonderful chance to introduce myself and share with you a little of my knowledge since I am a stranger to you all right now! Here is how I used (and continue to...
Comments21/11/2016 #10 Lisa GallagherGreat first buzz @Emily Forget (Newbee!)! I love your profile name ;-) There are links you added that I'd like to check out. I've never created graphics before (just simple graphics which have templates available) and I'd love to see if I have a knack for designing graphics or not. If not, I will just move on LOL. Reposting this too! I have 2 twitter accounts and I post to both.21/11/2016 #8 Jan BarbosaPosted In Twitter & LinkedLin !!! @Emily Forget (Newbee!) !!! BTW @Ross Campbell I Want Your Content Here For Distribution !!! :) Want All Who Can To Migrate Their Content To beBee In order To Populate & Re-Post Content From BeBee Producer To Twitter, Facebook & LinkedLIN !!! Im Already Pushing SocialMedia Articles !!! Everyone Can Join The Fun !!! @Juan Imaz @Mamen Delgado @Javier beBee 🐝 @Wayne Yoshida @Lisa Gallagher
- Producer14/11/2016Can Online Networking BEE as Successful as In-Person Networking?As the U.S. CEO beBee.com, a new professional social networking site with over 11 million worldwide users (Bees), I give a lot of thought to social media and networking. Since my goal is to get beBee to 100 million users, I am most interested in is...
Comments17/11/2016 #23 Jerry FletcherReminds me of a song lyric, "Ain't nothin' like the real thing..."
Seriously, I've spoken on Networking and related topics on three continents but no matter where I am in the world people tell me that they are uncomfortable talking to a stranger. It is part of being human. BUT, being human also makes us feel we should reach out to that person we don't know.
Here's a secret. Open yourself up first. Tell the other person why you are "here." Let them know that you're here for a reason other than to "hit" on them. Next thing you know you might have a new friend!15/11/2016 #14 Wayne Yoshida@Matt Sweetwood - After reading this, I kept thinking about my ham radio connections and how many of my "invisible" radio friends became really good "not-invisible" friends. This is what happens over the radio:
A random call goes out over the radio waves. Someone answers the call. We introduce each other. We often discover we have multiple common interests besides the ham radio communication that brought us together in the first place.
we go from there. . . . So, ham radio is really one of the first ways to "network" on "social media."15/11/2016 #11 Praveen Raj GullepalliTwo great little stories dear Matt! Fatherhood (propped by a Book). Sunset (propped by a Camera). Come to think of it, even - Growing Up. Growing old. Dreaming. Writing. Pondering. Postulating. Thinking out loud. Walks in the snow. Plain talk. Simplification. Grand Dad Jokes. Fractals. Kaleidoscope. Love. Privilege. Watches. Cars. Japan. Twitter. Diwali. Plants. Rants. Anything can be a conversation starter. As long as we are willing to share our perspective, new or old, remembered or created. The magic is that there are folks willing to listen, willing to share, to talk. It is more about getting to know folks better...and then talking business or whatever. It is not difficult to pick someone out to argue and make a point in real life. But to forge a lasting, meaningful association takes time and effort. beBee simplifies it vastly. It is sometimes instantaneous. One little buzz. One little response. One interesting turn of phrase is all it takes! And you WANT that connection! For beyond the words is the person. The potential. For meaning. For fulfilment. For new learning. Durn. There I go again!15/11/2016 #10 Lisa GallagherGreat article Matt Sweetwood. Nice interview with Dr. Geo and how impromptu it seems?! I love this paragraph , "On beBee, we drive connection and engagement through passions, hobbies, personal and professional interests. You can find other individuals with the same interests as you and then you can create a dialogue over that commonality. This is what we call affinity networking – a connection based on common interest." So very true!
- Producer14/11/2016beBee - Engagement through passions - English & Español***Puedes leerlo abajo en español.Engagement through passionsIf I have to define some of the social networks in only 3 words, I would say that Facebook is: Family and friendsLinkedin is a professional directory & jobsTwitter is: Real-time...
Comments30/11/2016 #45 Jared WieseTweeted:
Real content & engagement: 1 #SocialNetwork.
#beBee real with passion 2 #StopInfoxication!
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https://twitter.com/JaredWiese/status/80396805706443161630/11/2016 #44 Jared WieseTweeted:
Real content. Real engagement. One platform to @beBee real... Engagement through passions. @javierbebee
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https://twitter.com/JaredWiese/status/80381864425812377929/11/2016 #42 Deb LangeThis is great - is there a template to create one of the beBee images I came up with this - Deb Lange works as a Mentor and Facilitator. She is passionate about fostering workplaces, families and communities with viality, her family, mosaicing, gardening and cooking.- I will find a photo of me mosaicing and then do i just add the BeBee logo?19/11/2016 #40 Lisa GallagherThings that attracted me to beBee from the beginning-
"What sets beBee apart from other professional networking sites is that it builds business relationships, rather than just contacts, by connecting people based on the interests or hobbies they have in common."
beBee acts as a personalized media platform.
You can create your own customized social network. If you like Tecnology and Fashion, you just join those hives and that's it !
And of course the best team ever!! Sharing!18/11/2016 #38 Michele WilliamsQuote:
Our concept: "Engagement through Passions"
Our mission: "Make the professional world more open and connected"
Our slogan: "be Professional. be Personal. be Successful."
(What we do: "We share something. We enjoy. We disagree. We agree. We learn." - @Javier beBee 🐝, this is one of my favorite quotes)
beBee allows us to grow and learn in connection with each other.15/11/2016 #35 Melissa BitzWow, this is a great clarification, explanation of what really differentiates BeBee and makes it all the more fab! Love the engagement through passion idea and so effective. You are right: without really connecting, REALLY connecting with someone, networking is just a flatline. I love the slogan and although I already think the blogging platform is great, looking forward to seeing what you´ve got in store! Thanks @Javier beBee!14/11/2016 #26 Javier beBee 🐝"Engagement through passions" in french:
Comments13/11/2016 #16 CityVP ManjitHeh! Canada continues trend here this week. after CNBC discuss how Americans can emigrate http://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/09/this-is-what-you-need-to-do-to-move-to-canada.html and Snopes confirms that it was worried Americans who crashed the Canadian Immigration website following Donald Trumps victory on Thursday night http://www.snopes.com/canadas-immigration-web-site-crashed-after-2016-election/
- Producer11/11/2016Hive Talk 25 Featuring - Circular Economy via Claire Bridges"bebee is about professional connections and networking through passions and common interests. Connections through passions create more professional engagement and deeper and more successful business relationships." ...
- Producer11/11/2016beBee Interview to Javier Cámara Rica: "Self-motivation is the Moving Power in my Life"Puedes acceder a la versión española de esta entrevista // You can read the Spanish version of this interviewPic of Javier Cámara Rica, long time ago...MAMENHi Javier! Thank you very much, first of all, for approaching to this virtual space and...
Comments14/11/2016 #46 Pamela L. WilliamsWe're alike in the fact that my mind never seems to stop. The difference is knowing what to do and how to use the ideas; that is the talent, the gift and the one I don't possess. I can't seem to do just one thing at once. I'm still trying to figure out how to write and walk at the same time. When in school I would walk and read at the same time otherwise I could not keep in my head what I read. :-) It was great getting to know you better @Javier beBee 🐝, I love your positive, friendly outlook. It's refreshing and just makes the Bees feel good when we interact with you.
Great Interview @Mamen Delgado! You did a wonderful job of bringing the real Javier to us.13/11/2016 #44 CityVP ManjitThis buzz has made me wonder if there is a connection between entrepreneurial spirit and laughter. Whether it is Richard Branson or Jeff Bezos, or even an intense Steve Jobs - there is always smiles and laughter - even in this account http://www.businessinsider.com/gil-amelio-steve-jobs-2011-10 View moreThis buzz has made me wonder if there is a connection between entrepreneurial spirit and laughter. Whether it is Richard Branson or Jeff Bezos, or even an intense Steve Jobs - there is always smiles and laughter - even in this account http://www.businessinsider.com/gil-amelio-steve-jobs-2011-10 - of course the character and style is different, but laughter seems to an entrepreneurial trait, and as the Jobs article says Jobs recalled. "He was just such a buffoon, and he took himself so seriously. He insisted that everyone call him Dr. Amelio. That's always a warning sign." - Now Jobs was not an example of a positive thinker, he was more of an example of what it takes to change the world and enter the great hall of leadership, or as he said in his classic remark to convince John Sculley, a Pepsi executive to join Apple ""Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life?" - and so tempering his fierce competitive spirit is this underbelly of a great sense of humour. Close13/11/2016 #42 Lisa GallagherI think I'm losing it because I thought I commented on this. Javier, the allergy story, well I sense another story evolving from that by our one and only Pabs, AKA , @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian! Lol. You are the man, unstoppable and together you and @Juan Imaz make an unbeatable team. So glad you two met. Great interview @Mamen Delgado and sorry I missed this13/11/2016 #41 Donna-Luisa EversleyThanks for tagging @Mamen Delgado..a tag is there until it's read ☺... Great interview folks. @Javier beBee 🐝 you are quite a regular guy with a remarkable attitude a energy which is contagious..you were made for social media transformation and innovation. Thanks for allowing @Mamen Delgado to have this conversation12/11/2016 #38 Praveen Raj GullepalliThanks for tagging me dear Mamen! It is truly a great synergy between J & J. Jav is a connected soul indeed, as is obvious from his lasting friendships and associations that he has never let go of; and this tells a lot about what they are building so assiduously with beBee - personal brands and relationships! I think both compliment each other perfectly! 1+1= High-5 ;) Great reading this buzz first thing, logging in after a three day break!11/11/2016 #32 AnonymousFantástica entrevista!! @Mamen Delgado BeBee llegará muy muy lejos, eso seguro! Llevo trabajando con @Javier beBee 🐝 mucho tiempo y es admirable su entrega y motivación en todo lo que hace, Además es una persona muy cercana, siempre he podido tratar con èl cualquier tema. Me he reido bastante al saber cómo os librasteis de la mili!! Cracks! jejeje Hasta la próxima entrevista Mamen! Saludos!11/11/2016 #31 David B. GrinbergKudos Mamen for sharing this excellent interview. @Javier beBee 🐝 is an outstanding individual, serial entrepreneur, and social media CEO. He serves as a role model for us all. The buzz is growing louder thanks to Javier, @Juan Imaz @Matt Sweetwood @John White, MBA @Teresa Gezze, as well as all beBee ambassadors and bees. The phenomenal growth of beBee in under 2-years represents an admirable and impressive team effort by all of the above. It's all about team work!11/11/2016 #28 Mohammed A. JawadThanks for this post to have a glimpse of your past @Javier beBee 🐝. Now, you can recall your past and sum up your presence. ..it's all from concepts to realities and from inspiration to innovation. Do your best for your future endeavors and keep leading beBee to success with your great, motivated team.11/11/2016 #27 CityVP ManjitMy mother taught me and my brothers that 1 + 1 = 11 and it is also true here Juan + Javier = 11 - 10 times the power of the individual alone. Enjoyed learning about this back story, very insightful both in terms of the entrepreneurs within and the human spirit as two very good people.
- 05/11/2016Bees: please share this buzz with your social media networks to grow the Millennial user base. Many thanks.
cc: @Javier beBee 🐝 @Juan Imaz @Matt Sweetwood @Teresa Gezze @John White, MBA10 Reasons why Millennials should be on beBee Affinity Social Networktwitter.com Catch more buzz on fast-growing social startup beBee.com, the next big thing in social media disruption. Learn how to grow your professional & personal connections with affinity-based social networking. beBee is based in Europe &...
- 05/11/2016My CityVP Facebook account was originally set up for members of my Toastmasters Club, but today [ 5th November 2016 ] I have now put some beBee into my FB. - I welcome all those who are putting their beBee in FB.www.facebook.com
- 03/11/2016Mamen Delgado - You Tube PageMamen Delgadowww.youtube.com Espacio para colgar mis trabajos y los vídeos que vaya realizando en esta apasionante aventura en el mundo de la locución. También me encontraréis en...
- 02/11/2016🙋 Hey millennials! Still wondering why you should have a beBee account? Have no fear, our latest infographic is here! 😉
- 28/10/2016NEW on Twitter Moments...
cc: @Javier beBee 🐝 @Juan Imaz @Matt Sweetwood @John White, MBA @Teresa Gezze @Mamen Delgado @Lisa Gallagher @Milos Djukic @Franci Eugenia Hoffman#FlashbackFriday: beBee #SocialMedia to Open #SiliconValley Office...twitter.com Week in Review: below are recent tweets you may have missed. "be Professional. be Personal. be Successful." Learn more at beBee.com about how affinity social networking = stronger business contacts. #Buzz growing louder with USA...
Comments28/10/2016 #7 Praveen Raj GullepalliGracias David! That's good proliferation! Without sounding cliched, or redundant, may I, for the benefit/assistance of ALL the new Ambassadors, request one of us, with the help of some of us, to compile a comprehensive What-to-do with-What kit (by What I mean FB, Twitter, LI, Youtube, G+...etc) ...and also a How-to-do-it-all kit, (in easy, quick steps on a daily basis) to help promote beBee. This should be a complete DIY kit...this would surely add impetus to the scattered efforts being made by some of us (in contrast to others who are more focused). This can be shared by Aura / Netta with all Ambees only via gmail IDs or personal IDs. Even a small user manual (in one place/document) of all features of beBee with all functionalities of beBee explained, hosted for download for ALL beBee users would boost user productivity I still feel. @Javier beBee 🐝
- 28/10/2016Tony Rossi wrote a bee-buzzworthy post on LinkedIn about beBee. His enthusiasm is full of ambassador spirit..What's all the BUZZ about, anyway?www.linkedin.com Did I get a new job? What's with all the insect references? And really: what's beBee? Sort of - I still have my regular job. Bees, Hives, Buzzes and more - I'll get to that... beBee is...
Comments28/10/2016 #5 Deb Helfrich#2 #3 #4 Well we have to come up with the North American answer to the Spanish Bee Gees at some point....
It would certainly be easy enough to get a snippet of each ambassador in flannel to string together behind a revised version.
What song? Well someone write a buzz and let's crowdsource this thing!28/10/2016 #2 CityVP Manjit#1 "Smells like ambassador spirit" could be a neat cue for @Gerald Hecht to do a cover of the Nirvana song about teen spirit. Of course we have to strip out all the negatives out of the song first to reverse the meaning and change entertain us, to "brand us". Could actually be a smarter parody than Weird Al Yankovic''s "Smells Like Nirvana" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FklUAoZ6KxY
- 23/10/2016Well written piece about beBee on LinkedIn by @David B. GrinbergWhy Social Startup beBee is Beneficial for Bloggerswww.linkedin.com Today’s boisterous blogosphere continues to expand exponentially with competing content. In fact, your current social reach for blogging might be analogous to readers finding a single grain of sand...
Comments23/10/2016 #2 CityVP Manjit#1 Dear David, the quality you have poured into ["......beBee is Beneficial for Bloggers"] deserves its place in a beBee e-book. That resulting e-book should be a diverse collection of comprehensive thought pieces and not merely a want or an opinion. This e-book should also contain the help pages you pointed out in the beBee LinkedIn group you created, that at the time was the first time I realized that such help pages existed here at beBee. The point of such an e-book is that it can be downloadable so that it is available offline. Maybe @John White, MBA already has developed this and I don't know about it or he has this in the works, either way I would like to see a curation of very high quality long form thinking. The place for day-to-day ideas and processes about beBee are best in a blog environment - but an extensive white paper as you have written, becomes a suitable curated desk or bedside reference, via a downloadable PDF e-book.
- Producer22/10/2016OrangeORANGE: Sociable, optimistic, enthusiastic, cheerful, self-confident, independent, flamboyant, extroverted and uninhibited, adventurous, the risk-taker, creative flair, warm-hearted, agreeable and informal.PsychologyIn using orange in business, you...
Comments23/10/2016 #28 Ella de JongAnd what about those awesome Dutch people waving orange flags, wearing orange clothes and ... back in my old days: putting just about EVERYTHING with an orange colour on the coffee table the day before there was a big football match. I still see the look on my male coworkers the next morning: "What were those two silly teachers doing, yesterday???" Thanks for choosing orange @Javier beBee 🐝 makes me enthusiastically feeling home!23/10/2016 #27 Michele Williams@Javier beBee 🐝, you're welcome. Thanks for pointing out the benefit of beBee for smaller organizations and startup teams. Interestingly, seeing the fun and connections that your team is generating with their video buzzes, for example, not only connects them to each other and teaches us how to do a great buzz, but also communicates beBee's values, connecting bees to your brand. The benefit for companies can be two-fold (employees and customers/users).23/10/2016 #26 Javier beBee 🐝#25 @Michele Williams exactly ! For large organizations, these connections among employees could improve the relationships between team members and among people who facilitate internal transfers. But not only for large ones. We - as a team - are gettting to know each other much better thanks to beBee. We enjoy our common passions and establish deeper relationahips. Excellent comment ! Thanks23/10/2016 #25 Michele WilliamsNicely put @Javier beBee 🐝:
"What is beBee?
beBee is the next big thing in professional social networking. Our mission is to create a professional world that is more open and connected.
beBee is disrupting professional social networking by establishing connections through passions and common interests that create more professional engagement and deeper and more successful business relationships."
The relevance of beBee for an individual's professional networks and clients relationships is clear. For large organizations, these connections among employees could improve the relationships between team members and among people who facilitate internal transfers. Here is research by my colleague Wayne Baker on the importance of relational energy for job engagement and performance.
Owens, B. P., Baker, W. E., Sumpter, D. M., & Cameron, K. S. (2015). Relational energy at work: Implications for job engagement and job performance. Journal of Applied Psychology
http://positiveorgs.bus.umich.edu/wp-content/uploads/Relational-energy-at-work-Implications-for-job-engagement-and-job-performance.pdf23/10/2016 #18 CityVP Manjit#9 Dear @Gerald Hecht this will make it clear https://twitter.com/SocietyManjit/lists/spectraneuron-e2-1 . I prefer the LIST based function of Twitter, and the key to my curation is limiting each list to just 24 thinkers.
It has been such a long-time since I curated these lists, and the link above is a list I have named "The Mediators" by restricting each list to 24 and to only 7 lists per Twitter account, when one of the 24 chosen people no longer interest me, they are deleted and a new account replaces them.
Now if I curate my Twitter lists well, then as I browse the river of content, I am bound to come across content that is going to capture my attention and imagination. Now if I curate that list well, now I have a flow that links with my hive here.
So Gerry, now you see how I use the LIST function in Twitter, the next part is how those Twitter accounts can now flow into my corresponding hives at beBee. For that you must see this buzz https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/bridging-twitter-with-my-bebee-learning-journey
Finally, the question you have to ask is who have I set up these twitter and hive accounts for. For following? I gave up the pied piper mentality decades ago - now I set up these lists and hives for my learning journey. Now, how would you set up yours?
BTW it is coincidental that I chose Orange for following social media accounts. As Carl Jung says that is "synchronicity".22/10/2016 #14 Mohammed SultanJavier beBee.Your projection of the ORANGE color was supported by most popular projective techniques among psychologists.Their findings in terms of gender associated orange as a simulating color.It shows power ,energy ,self -importance ..etc.This energetic symbol (orange)was selected,according to their research, by most men and also by those women who are young ,who work,who enjoy life and who consider themselves critical,but hardly warmhearted ,content ,disinterested or patient whose loyalty is difficult to develop.So,it seems that one chooses a color that corresponds to one's own temperament.
- Producer20/10/2016Why entrepreneurs benefit from having an integrated online presenceHow we present ourselves has always been a crucial element to succeeding in business – and with the rise of social media, creating the right image and personal brand has never been so important. This is especially true for entrepreneurs and those...
Comments21/10/2016 #16 Michele WilliamsFabulous! The example of the job candidate for the car company is a great way to explain the value of beBee's integrated approach in the US. where the need for connection is high but there is much folk wisdom is about keeping work and life separate (segmentation). There is actually some interesting research on different preferences for segmentation in social media, by Nancy Rothbard and colleagues, that I will share that over the weekend. beBee may help people bridge the tensions between "bringing your whole self to work" and segmentation.21/10/2016 #12 Brian McKenzieCongrats on getting onto Virgin site! Sir Branson's interests are wide and varied; not just communications, space, travel and business development but racing, healthcare, fitness/wellness and protection of human rights. It is indeed interesting to know the secrets to connect the right 'who' to get things launched, created and funded.21/10/2016 #9 Deb LangeI agree &Javier Bebee . In the work that I do I intentionally invite people to share about their lives, their dreams, their doubts their personal experiences. Etc I have always found when helping someone with an issue at work, there is often a mirroring of the issue in the persons personal life. It has not mattered whether I have helped the person overcome the challenge at work or in their personal life- as when they do overcome the challenge, the success moves into both areas. Most people however, have been brought up to believe of the separation of work and our personal lives and many think it is not effective to talk about our personal passions. Also many think it harms their reputation. I have always found the opposite, just as you have here. Although it is probably another bold step to share our personal
Lives publicly. For some people at work it is very hard to do it in one to one settings, let alone publicly.21/10/2016 #7 Lisa Gallagher" The problem is how do you connect with someone from out of the blue without any form of context? By finding common ground." Couldn't agree more, great article. @Pamela L. Williams, great point about your brand and professional reputation, I'd add personal reputation which can be intertwined. I'm glad you pointed that out Pam!
- 19/10/2016Attention all bees that also tweet! The English speaking Twitter page formally knkwn as @beBee_EN and then @beBee_Official is now and will always be @beBee. Credit goes to beBee USA, CEO, @Matt Sweetwood for flexing some New Jersey muscle to make it happen.
CC: @Federico Álvarez San Martín @Javier beBee 🐝 @Matt Sweetwood
Comments19/10/2016 #5 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianFor those people testing the Web-App-With-No-Name (yet), no worries.
Any scheduled tweets with a @beBee_En or @beBee_Official will be edited on the back end.
I second @Lance Scoular View moreFor those people testing the Web-App-With-No-Name (yet), no worries.
Any scheduled tweets with a @beBee_En or @beBee_Official will be edited on the back end.
I second @Lance Scoular's suggestion. Add your twitter handles. I try to add them manually if they are not listed, but I don't always have the time to do so. Close19/10/2016 #4 Lance Scoular#1 Supercalafragalisticexpialadocious!!!
Great work @John White, MBA and @Matt Sweetwood @beBee down to 5 characters, 6 with the @. Will edit my saved programned tweets to relfect this.
BTW there a number of productive beBee 🐝s producing 🍯honey that have not listed their Twitter handles in their beBee profile. Cosequently any Twitter shares from their producer posts does not automatically include their Twitter handle in the resultant Tweet.
Small things can have a significant impact. (Butterfly effect )
bb @Javier beBee 🐝
- Producer19/10/2016Put a Pic with the Name - New Ambassadors added as of Oct. 17, 2016Welcoming our new beBee Brand Ambassadors added as of October 17, 2016https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/we-smile-and-announce-more-and-more-ambassadors Image Credit: Dean...
- 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.
- 17/10/2016Congratulations to all the latest new beBee Ambassadors!!!
Comments19/10/2016 #47 CityVP ManjitI raise my glass to each moment of renaissance at beBee and congratulate all. If brand is our authentic soul, then brand is simply name we describe that flow and practice. I view beBee as a 21st Century energy, and as Shakespeare said "thinking makes it so". beBee has helped me spread my own wings of learning and I accept such grace in its being, as a life-long learning media and as a way of relating to our own personal affinity.18/10/2016 #39 John ValledorWho is the beBee "brand ambassador" for Veterans in this channel? Did s/he serve in combat in any of the conflicts since 9/11 so as to have an affinity for the contemporary challenges facing this unique population group?
LinkedIn has a very visible and powerful campaign to help their veteran members, including free Premium services (for a year) and free access to online job seeker training (Lynda.com). I know beBee has no premuim counterpart, but does beBee even desire to compete in this fashion?
Why am I asking these questions?
As an active member on LinkedIn and combat veteran, I'm often asked by many of my fellow veteran connections (over 2,000) the following, "what does beBee do to promote, advocate, support, inspire, inform, engage veterans curious about joining this platform?"
I'm a supportive beBee member, but I too see little effort to target yet another micro-social media savyy population.
Help me here fellow bees...17/10/2016 #32 Gerald Hecht#27 @Dean Owen I didn't know (I never know? How things I "write" are perceived; which is why I take my time with them and try not to "crank 'emout" ...anyway...Congratulations to all of the new ambassadors (I've read and admired all of your work --so not new in that sense); new Ambassadors however! Wow; again congratulations!17/10/2016 #30 Gerald Hecht@Teresa Gezze Are you really living in Cleveland? What is that like? Never mind--you can tell me later or whatever (like I'm one to talk anyway living in Baton Rouge)...anyway, I am very surprised by this news; Congratulations to all of the new ambassadors (I've read and admired all of your work --so not new in that sense) ; new Ambassadors however! Wow...again congratulations!