- Producer24/02/2017Why Every LinkedIn Group Owner Should Consider Carrying Their Group Over To beBee.Today I read an article on LinkedIn by Samantha Bailey. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/signposts-imminent-diminution-linkedin-groups-wither-die-baileyIn case you don’t know who Sam is, she is one of the world’s top LI analysts, and someone who has...
Comments25/02/2017 #9 AnonymousFrom the beginning I proposed that the LI professional group model should be applied in the case of beBee. Designing of professional groups with the complete moderation in accordance with the LI professional group model (which is still great, even now) on beBee is the one of a major driving forces for the further and unstoppable success of this platform (and many new members). Thanks @Jim Murray.24/02/2017 #4 Phil FriedmanI concur completely, Jim. Both about Sam's qualifications and insights. As you well know, I have, for some time now, been advocating for beBee to provide tools for managing hives that are similar to what LI group owners had when they first started building groups years ago. And I believe with you that, with those tools available, the smart marketing move would be to go after the owners of the large, strong groups. For many of those owners put in thousands of hours building their groups, only to have the legs knocked out from under them. Since LI obviously set out consciously to destroy those groups, it's not at this point in time a matter of poaching. Only a matter of smart marketing. But it would have to be done right. And if @Javier 🐝 beBee, @Juan Imaz, and @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood are smart about it, they will engage the help and counsel of some of us who operated substantial groups on LI and who still have ties to serious group owners there. Man, what a way it would be to build business- and industry-specific hives here on beBee, not to mention boost general membership. Great piece, Jim. Thanks.
- Producer21/02/2017How These 10 Professionals Are Growing Their Personal Brand on beBeeby Katyan Roachtaken from Google Cache / The Huffington Post Your personal brand can simply be seen as the way you present yourself to the world. However, from the moment we connect online, we are asked to wear a variety of different hats.For...
Comments21/02/2017 #16 🐝 Fatima Williams@Katyan Roach Awesome mentions of some super bees here and a real testimony of what beBee is !
"BeBee isn’t here to replace platforms you’ve grown to love, it’s about filling that space where our professional and personal brands collide" Couldn't have said it any better #beBeesforever #beBeelove🤗🐝🤗21/02/2017 #10 David B. GrinbergThanks for another exemplary read, Javier, and thanks for the "shout out" -- which I appreciate. This is a compelling and convincing buzz. I like how you quote the actual users (customers) whose strong testimonials speak volumes about beBee's success in such a short length of time.
Also, as you likely know, beBee has just as many users 2-years after launch (12 million) as did LinkedIn 2-years after it launched over a decade ago. Thus, the doubters are in a for a big surprise because fast-growing startup beBee is already skyrocketing with buzz!
- Producer19/02/2017Thanks for the share, Javier!Thanks for the share, Javier 🐝 beBee, you're the best. It’s Saturday, and instead of playing with the kids, taking his wife out, putting his feet up or going out with friends, Javier is being a very busy little bee, typing away. Not just...
Comments19/02/2017 #9 David B. GrinbergYou hit the proverbial nail on the head, Aleta. @Javier 🐝 beBee sets a very high bar for social engagement from a CEO of any type. He is indeed a role model for the rest of us and for all social media CEOs, most of whom never directly engage on a personal level with users of their own platforms. So thank you JAVIER for your leadership and all around exemplary efforts. We are trying to follow in your footsteps, however, they are very big shoes to fill. Thus, thanks for all you do! 👏👏✌️️😇🙏19/02/2017 #7 Ali AnaniIf we thank @Javier 🐝 beBee for every considerate sharing he makes we then shall end up with a heap of acknowledgements. I say this from my own experience. To have Javier engaged in so many sharing activities and commenting as well is a genuine indicator of his engagement on beBee.19/02/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.a man with a mission thank you @Javier 🐝 beBee
- Producer18/02/2017Why beBee and How it's Possible To Go "Beyond Virtual" Some people join beBee to network with others who not only share common interests but they make true connections with these people which has led to new opportunities for Business. One example that came to mind is a Conference that Sarah Elkins is...
Comments23/02/2017 #51 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#50 Hi @Claire 🐝 Cardwell, I'm glad I posted it again for those who haven't seen the beeGees vid! Your having an unseasonably cold day in SA while we are having an unseasonably warm day in Pennsylvania, UA, it's 60 degs F. Thanks for reading/commenting and hope it warms up soon for you!23/02/2017 #50 Claire 🐝 CardwellI also haven't seen the beeGees video - it brought a smile to my face on an unseasonably cold day here in SA. I've also made some great connections here on beBee - far more fun and meaningful than on LinkedIn! Great buzz @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher View moreI also haven't seen the beeGees video - it brought a smile to my face on an unseasonably cold day here in SA. I've also made some great connections here on beBee - far more fun and meaningful than on LinkedIn! Great buzz @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher! Close21/02/2017 #48 Pamela 🐝 Williams#34 Okay, so what would be funny is a partner swap dance. Everyone does a video dancing with a shovel, then the shovel is passed to the next dancer (off camera of course ) and it looks like we're all dancing with the same shovel! hahahahaha! OH, I don't have a snow shovel...shoot, can't do it. LOL20/02/2017 #47 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#46 Hi @Sarah Elkins, I know NLV will be a success! I can't wait to hear about it and yes, please live stream. Sorry I'm going to miss meeting many of you including Karthik and @Susan Rooks. When you come up with a date for the next NLV please let me know right away. I really want to make it to the next one! I agree, hard to believe it's just in a few days.20/02/2017 #46 Sarah ElkinsThanks for the shout-out, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher! I can't believe that after all of the planning, NLV is only a couple of days away. @Karthik Rajan and I just got off another great phone call planning for the first session of the first ever No Longer Virtual, and I could not be more excited to work with him. Plus, @Susan Rooks registered a few weeks ago! We'll do our best to post some beBee live videos over those couple of days so you can be there with us somehow. Hopefully we'll have an idea of time and place for the next NLV by the end of our event.
- Producer13/02/2017🐝 Bee a Good Ambassador The following statements reflect my opinions and should not be construed as being beBees; they are my personal beliefs. I fully support beBee core values and it is not my intention to make any statement to degrade those values."An ambassador is the...
Comments14/02/2017 #34 Javier 🐝 beBee#16 @Mike Rana this is my opinion :) https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/never-put-all-eggs-in-one-basket-keep-linkedin-but-explore-bebee14/02/2017 #31 Robin BartonAbout LinkedIn, it's like one of my blog posts on here said, I want to see professional business interaction on LinkedIn. I don't want to see bullying, harassing, or you stole my trademark etc etc (which I just saw and was appalled at the initial rude complaint from a CEO, who was wrong by the way) If you have a trademark issue with someone, keep it private. Being online does not give you permission to be a jerk! And if you act like that at your place of work, then you aren't a true leader o professional. I expect that kind of stuff on Twitter and Facebook, even though I don't like it or support that type of interaction. We all talk about branding yourself, and I think those rude people have branded themselves in a negative way. Hope they weren't looking for clients or jobs. Right now, that's my biggest complaint about LinkedIn. I get so much out of reading articles there and making connections that I will continue at this time to use LinkedIn. I'm still trying to get the right words to describe beBee and what it means to me. Someday soon.14/02/2017 #30 Mike RanaYes, I have seen those very posts. Many of them have become hyperbolic in nature. But, as I mentioned in my comment, I see a lot of LinkedIn bashing on here that isn't wholly supported by facts. I like seeing the two networks compete against each other, but over-the-top vitriol is not needed.
The new layout has issues - no doubt about it. I have expressed some frustrations of my own over both the UI and UX. I have also made it a point to draft an email to express my concerns, and make some recommendations. I've experienced the same throttling of posts/updates on Facebook (both on Pages and my personal account); distribution is an issue on most platforms (though I have nobody I can reach out to for that).
I actually think LinkedIn has teams working on the issues its users are experiencing. I don't think they want angry users anymore than users want to be angry with the network. I've seen a plethora of postings about how LinkedIn experts are experiencing difficulty because their clients may not have the new version. Additionally, if functionality isn't working as it should, it makes it hard to give any consulting - neither of which is good if your business is in marketing or consulting.#2914/02/2017 #29 John White, MBA@Mike Rana: to your point, I actually see more LinkedIn bashing on LinkedIn than any where else. Have you been following some of the threads over there? They contain 1000's of negative comments (some factual some not) regarding the new layout. While I try to avoid bashing them, I can understand the user frustration. I spent several years building my following to 36k with a commitment from LinkedIn to distribute my posts to 100% of my network. Then, they changed the rules of the game. Now, I dont know if my posts reach even 15% of my network.14/02/2017 #28 Jim 🐝 Cody#26 @Robin Barton.That's exactly why I stated at the beginning of this buzz that these are my opinions and should not be construed as beBees. Freedom of speech is a constitutional right; however we all have a choice. I fully respect anyone's opinion and agree that unfollowing and deleting should be anyone's personal prerogative.
Buzz on!14/02/2017 #26 Robin BartonI totally agree with what Jim said, if you are a beBee brand ambassador, more is expected of you because you are representing a brand. However, I am and always will be against any type of censorship in any way, shape or form. (unless it has to do with small children) That said, I suppose if something bothers you on your own string or post, by all means, delete and unfollow if necessary.14/02/2017 #25 Kevin PashukGood points Jim. Accepting a beBee ambassadorship comes with the awareness that we will work to support the hive (organization) with the skills we have. It never means blind faith or partisanship, but that we are always constructive in our comments, posts, and promotion.14/02/2017 #22 Brian McKenzieWhere is the link to the "Report" guidelines? I am not an Ambassador, specifically because I don't nor won't filter my content. And an F-bomb is more than appropriate in my writing on several occassions - but if need be, I can open a can of Russian swear words that will make F*ck blush. If you believe that censorship and hiding behind the report button is "engagement" then unfollow me indeed, early - often - and twice on Holidays. Both the Nazis and Communists loved and endorsed censorxhip - you paint yourself in their company by deleting my content. (You with passive aggressive finger on the Report button know who you are)14/02/2017 #21 debasish majumderabsolutely relevant post @Jim Cody! series of do's and don't clearly reflects the essential flavor of beBee, which is purely aiming to make delicious honey. lovely insightful post. enjoyed read and absolutely subscribe with your views and rich values too. thank you very much for the share.
- Producer18/02/2017Five Super beBee CommentatorsThere are many who write superb Producer posts on beBee. But there are a few whose commentaries are always outstanding. They consistently engage over a wide span of interests and with many diverse Bees. Their ability to contribute insight, expand a...
Comments21/02/2017 #53 Lada 🏡 Prkic#43 Dear @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, yes, that's me – nice and curious person with a strong desire to learn! 🤗 Thanks for your kind words and your warm and welcoming presence on this platform. I like what you said in the previous comment, “Together, we all make a great team.“ Yes, we are, and teamwork is necessary requirement for success and wins.20/02/2017 #51 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#30 @Lada 🏡 Prkic I agree with you, there is no reason to be rude or demeaning of others. It's much easier to be kind. There are many great contributors on beBee, yourself included! I haven't run across you on here lately. As I've told others, maybe it's because most of the time I am on here after 12 am EST USA. I've always enjoyed your comments, your a very nice person with great intellect as well :))20/02/2017 #46 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#42 Gert, the question I ponder is in appreciating this love or respect, is how does it flow in 7 billion different ways?
The power of a network increases by its size and so it is I am a student of the human being, of which one systemic flow is the human heart. Flow, Appreciation, Contribution, Equanimity - for me spells FACE. I see this face in all its glory within this buzz.20/02/2017 #43 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#42 I'd like to thank you @Gert Scholtz for this. I want to thank everyone sincerely for their lovely comments. Together, we all make a great team. I appreciate so many of you, more than I can express! Please don't hesitate to tag me if there is a buzz you'd like to see shared. I miss a lot and there are times I find a great article (buzz) which was written possibly 4-5 days prior or I miss many all together. I'm here to help others succeed because I choose to and enjoy it!! So many talented people on beBee and it's great to see the growth. Again, thank you everyone, for your kind comments.20/02/2017 #40 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI just want to state for the record: I have a few good friends on here who I would feel very comfortable meeting in person as well. That said, I tend to comment after 12 am EST US and I probably miss many posts. I read and relevant many who I don't know at all, I even relevant posts which I don't necessarily understand but I feel others will find great value in. I try my hardest (sincerely) to repost other's material no matter who you are. I think many of us do and possibly due to time differences among Countries others aren't seeing those posts many of us repopulate. Everyone matters to me on beBee :))
- Producer17/02/2017beBee: A Place To GrowI’ve been looking for a home for a while now. I am a writer. I’ve been at LinkedIn since the last of October. Oh—I had a dormant account with them, but I never used it. In October I decided to put my writing to good use. I’m looking to parlay my...
Comments18/02/2017 #21 Chas ✌️ WyattWell put. @Joyce Bowen, I am glad you are here. For cyberspace, I feel that sense of 'community' more here, than any other platform currently in existence. I had never considered that it would be coming from Spain, a land that I had previously stereotyped from a North American perspective. I thank @Javier 🐝 beBee, and @Juan Imaz for expanding my world view and giving me a place to grow, as well.18/02/2017 #17 Joyce Bowen@Ken Boddie gentle prodding and poking of my professors did that. I remember being brought to task about stylistic transgressions and being brought home gently. PC is not always immediately helpful, but is not hurtful. Thank you John Nelson and Donnalee Rubin. Thanks to all for your comments @Paul Walters @Deb 🐝 Helfrich @Mohammed A. Jawad @Fran 🐝 Brizzolis and so on.18/02/2017 #16 Ken BoddieA succinct summary of the joys of beBee, Joyce. Our story telling becomes futile without a platform and an audience, and the fire in our bellies to keep going can only be rekindled by engagement. For me, writing is like throwing a boomerang. Follow a few basic rules and it'll come safely back to enable us to throw it out there again. But break the rules of polite engagement and the boomerang will either fall on stony ground or come back and hit us on the head. I see your throwing skills are well honed, Joyce.18/02/2017 #14 Deb 🐝 HelfrichPhenomenal, @Joyce Bowen!!! "BeBee represents diversity. Members join from all over the world. I can only imagine what’s to come. You see—beBee is a place for growth."
I am so glad to have you here and sharing your precious words with us.
We really are taking part in something special and it is in some way about separating humans from all the judging we participate in when dealing with people in our immediate vicinity. When a community is build on inclusion and celebrating humanity and the joys of being social, then growth factor is built right in, because we all spend our lives searching for the places we belong.17/02/2017 #10 CityVP 🐝 Manjit"After giving up for over a year, these things have breathed new life into me. My mind is greedy for more."
This is a significant thing to say because the act of breathing in is exactly what the word INSPIRATION means.
We are normally seeking inspiration from others but that breathing in is what inspiration is. Inspiration is not a hope, it is an action and I do see that in you. My mother has a huge aneurysm in her head, the specialist we took her to recommended we operate immediately, but when we asked him what the prognosis is for recovery after the operation, it was hardly worth considering. Yet that was 12 years ago.
Engaging life this way also sends a message out to other people who have multiple sclerosis that the affliction does not define their lives, unless they want to be defined by it. That by itself is another form of inspiration - the breath those people with MS take in recognizing that while there is a new day, take one day at a time and make the most of that day - as well as one can and is able.
It also represents a great testimonial to beBee that you recognize (like I do) that this is a place for personal growth and in your case a place to develop a personal brand. These are individual life choices and not ideologies - what you write here is about a life in action. I applaud that attitude, that resolve and that awareness. We engage the things we control and remain free in and this is where the rubber meets the road.
The free in freedom is a blessing unless we buy into the curses that accompany life - the challenge is to keep our mind as focused on the blessings, as much as can be or as Doris Day sings que sera sera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azxoVRTwlNg17/02/2017 #9 Emilia M. LudovinoDear @Joyce Bowen thank you for joining the hive. Thank you for let us delight with the great quality honey you're producing. The quality of your writings (with heart, soul and sarcasm) are an inspiration for me. I can relate with your "I face my mortality every day now. But shouldn’t we all?". I need it to face my mortality at the age of 14 yo - I am 42 now - still alive and kicking and with no intention of giving up during the next 200 years. :). Keep buzzing around girl. Have a beautiful evening!
- Producer26/01/2017Why personal branding is a crucial part of being successful in today's connected worldCreating a strong personal brand for yourself establishes you as a strong professional leader and opens doors. Personal branding provides a clear focus for personal development while establishing yourself as a thought leader. It also works wonders...
Comments07/02/2017 #18 debasish majumderi guess, personal contributions with rich values and pertinent appeals are most significant in an affinity based platform, where the platform will become a 'Brand' of distinction. so the potentialities and sincere endeavor with rich constituents are essentially to enrich a brand's value. there only lies the gravity of a person. apart from affinity and associating skill, a brand cannot be popular. so personal brand, i guess is relevant, moment the person is having the capacity to contribute or share his skill to usher majority, and thus the platform on which he or she is sharing makes the platform a unique 'brand'. however, lovely insight @Javier 🐝 beBee! enjoyed read. thank you for the share.26/01/2017 #6 David B. GrinbergJavier & @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood I just pinned this to my Twitter home page for anyone who wants to retweet this brilliant buzz https://twitter.com/DBGrinberg
cc: @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman @Mamen 🐝 Delgado @Virag Gulyas @John White, MBA @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín @Teresa Gezze
- Producer17/02/2017It's Time to Crowdsource the Best Blog Posts on beBee Right Here I read a lot of content on beBee every day. I'm always in search of great content to promote using beBee's company social media pages. We have a ton of great writers already on the platform. When a post strikes a chord with our audience here on...
Comments21/02/2017 #58 Joyce BowenI've been trying to promote my post "Turmoil." I know how good the writing is, but relevants are scarce. I only have 17. I was hoping to see if you promoted posts by "body of works." I strive to provoke emotion in my reader; and, from what I have heard, am successful.21/02/2017 #57 Emilia M. LudovinoHi @John White, MBA love this idea. :) Following my contribution:
What’s the difference between Emotions & Feelings? https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/what-s-the-difference-between-emotions-feelings @EmotionalEmilia #emotionalintelligence
MIRROR NEURONS and EMPATHY https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/mirror-neurons-and-empathy @EmotionalEmilia #empathy
WHAT MAKES AN APOLOGY EFFECTIVE & HEALING https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/what-makes-an-apology-effective-healing @EmotionalEmilia #apologises
HOW TO CHOOSE HAPPINESS WHEN LIFE IS S**T! https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/how-to-choose-happiness-when-life-is-s-t @EmotionalEmilia #resilience
EMOTIONAL PAIN HURTS MORE THAN PHYSICAL PAIN https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/emotional-pain-hurts-more-than-physical-pain @EmotionalEmilia #brokenhearts21/02/2017 #56 Lance 🐝 ScoularJohn, Just recovering from an "oldtimers" episodic event.
I realized that I have been busy loading up everyone's posts below + others for my next Tweet Cycle on Thursday afternoon Aussie time, that I had overlooked sending you a few of mine for your consideration...
10 Reasons Social Media Won’t Work For Your Small Business @LanceScoular http://dld.bz/ffW5U via @beBee #beBee
IF by Rudyard Kipling, read by @rogerfederer & @RafaelNadal via @beBee #beBee @LanceScoular w/@Mamen_locutora http://dld.bz/fvVhx
Social Media Cross-Pollination Enhanced with beBee @LanceScoular https://lnkd.in/br8uaX6 pic.twitter.com/VvIJ8dlppL via @beBee #beBee
Zemblanity + Family and the Word We Fear To Speak @LanceScoular http://dld.bz/ffW5T via @beBee #beBee
- Producer07/02/2017beBee: Priority for Bloggers Aiming to Build an AudienceIt has been a while since I posted anything related to content marketing, SEO and blogging. I often feel that I have given away so much of my time to my clients and boys on Tinder. My life is a little crazy recently it is as unpredictable as the...
Comments17/02/2017 #8 🐝 Fatima WilliamsHey Pat Congratulations on becoming a beBee Brand ambassador 🤗🐝🤗
I resonate with what you say about the people here on beBee and the way we get to see real people rather than you-know-who 😑
I love this article for its authentic and speaks from the heart on how we get to learn from the advice given by the expert bees here on beBeeland 🐝
Great advice on blogging followed you everywhere17/02/2017 #7 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Article. I anyone reading this article is any type of marketing or business of there own, it is all about mastering the basics. First, your need to Build An Audience, second is List Building, and third is Sales. Yet, it is impossible to sell to create leads in an empty room. That is why we practice the basics over and over until it is natural. beBee is a great tool for creating an target audience. You create the Hive you are looking for. Then promote others doing with a similar theme of yours. You don't want contracting messages all on your page. Help as many people as possible without looking for a reward and your audience will grow.07/02/2017 #5 Pat 🐝 Bagano#3 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman I man about more or less 25 blogs each week. It can be a bit challenging but can be super fun. I think i have been neglecting my blog for quite a while, but I have been publishing some things I know that can help bloggers in my site. I hope you enjoy. Thank you for your support. I will check out your blog and your "honey" too! :)07/02/2017 #4 Pat 🐝 Bagano#1 Just keep on blogging Dorothy. You would find the interface of beBee to be so convenient and formatting is not an issue here! I always tell new bloggers to drop the formality in terms of formatting. Break up your paragraphs into a few sentences, makes it easy for people to read across devices. Keep it up! :)07/02/2017 #3 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanYour buzz resonates with me, Pat because I am a blogger. In fact, I just started an additional new blog so now I have 2 blogs to man. But, I love it and blogging keeps me busy. Blogging on our own site(s) and beBee is a top-notch idea in order to build our personal brand. Nice read, Pat and I'm hopping over to your blog site.07/02/2017 #1 Dorothy CooperI recently lost a huge blog due to edit and draft process. I find sharing to some of the channels difficult. I find the time to adjust to the format and content issues frustrating. I admit my tech skills need work and I juggle many balls so I am making mistakes. I find beBee to be wonderful in many ways.
- 15/02/2017Let's tell our secrets! Leave a comment below telling us what you love about beBee and how it's worked for you!
Comments15/02/2017 #5 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsThe people. I've met so many interesting, intelligent, friendly people here. @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian and Lisa Gallagher I consider friends, comrades. @Dean Owen I want to meet someday. @Javier 🐝 beBee](lWky)](lWky) and @John White, MBA amaze me with their knowledge and extreme patience 😄and so many many more I couldn't begin to name than all.
- Producer14/02/2017Free Blog - Medium Publisher or beBee Producer?Both has its own perks but not both may perform the same for you. If you are a new blogger and looking into publishing outside your domain name, I hope that you find this article helpful. My road to achieving the little success I have in blogging...
Comments22/02/2017 #18 abhishek shahHi,
thanks for writing such wonderful article.
i am freelancer, content writer & currently writing few new blogs & articles.
I tried bebee, just joined few weeks back.
I shared my blogs @ same time on various platforms.
This is what was the result.
1. got few hundred likes on linkedin
2. Bebee :- got thousand likes & comments from users. pretty good & interactive audience here.
3. Medium: got very few audience. its good but less interactive as per the users side.
got hundred likes. as per data analytic eblogger is good.
i am pretty new on all the platforms. but i strongly recommend bebee for writers bcoz its more interactive & very easy to use.
thanks for ur time.
have a great day ahead.
Abhishek15/02/2017 #13 Mamen 🐝 DelgadoWonderful Producer @Pat 🐝 Bagano!! Love these two ideas, among others:
"Tribe Marketing. The bees who follow you and the hives you join are your tribe."
"The power of beBee to help you establish your brand is amazing, it can pierce through noise, get people to your website not because you strategically placed the links on your content, BUT BECAUSE THEY WANT TO."
Very well explained!! As an active Bee who loves to interact and share (because I want to), I'm going to share this great piece. 😉👏15/02/2017 #12 Deb🐝 LangeGreat article - I am on linked in, medium & BeBee - you are right - medium I get reads - no interaction, linked in - a little interaction & shares- BeBee much more interaction & shares - it is a bit of a stretch posting in all 3 platforms & twitter! I do get confused about whether all posts need to be different in all of the different platforms or whether some same posting can occur. I will follow your link on this - thanks so much. Deb14/02/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBeethanks @Pat 🐝 Bagano for your support ! thanks again for your opinions " beBee seems to pick up where Medium leaves you. It has a built-in audience but your content maybe shared by other users in their hives instead of just being shared externally through Facebook and Twitter. This is what I think is the strongest attribute of beBee – Tribe Marketing. The bees who follow you and the hives you join are your tribe. They are active users and not just readers, compared to medium."
- Producer14/02/2017beBee Is Growing While LinkedIn Is Shrinking. Coincidence? I Think Not.I have, in the past, written a lot about the struggles that a rather large number of writers faced over in the Lumpy Kingdom (LinkedIn) in 2015.The main issues for most of us had to do with the notifications to our followers that were promised but...
Comments15/02/2017 #35 Jim Murray#31 I believe you're talkung about the LI Influencers, @Mike Rana. Yeah, they are famous for not caring. I never really talk about them whne I discuss LinkedIn bloggers, I'm talking about the people with substantial networks who followers never get bnotified of a new post. These are the people who are suffering.15/02/2017 #33 Gerald Hecht#26 @Jim Murray ...and it's still fluid and evolving; I must admit that sometimes that confounds me...but; thoughtful contemplation/reflection shows that is what "stuff that is evolving/growing" tends to cause; it's a good thing --I believe.
It (for me anyway) is best to observe while confounded --and engage when "clearish"...15/02/2017 #31 Mike RanaOne thing to also consider with LI: There are a lot of users on there that network for body count and barely care less if their network engages their content. My network is also fairly small in comparison to others and while I don't have a wide readership, the people that care, do engage.#3015/02/2017 #30 Neil Smith#28 You are certainly spot on Roland Waddilove that LI is bigger overall but on a personal level I am finding that this is less relevant than I might have supposed. Posting the same articles on LI and BeBee gets me seriously different readership numbers. Articles posted on LinkedIn get a handful of readers these days despite a large enough personal network, history on the site and a known profile in my little corner of the Outdoor business world. The same posts on beBee.com get much larger readership numbers and some helpful and interesting feedback. My network here is tiny by comparison with LinkedIn but everyone gets a chance to see my stuff. Over on the other site most of my connections don't see a notification when I publish so that makes building up a network a bit of a pointless task. Somehow, for me at least, beBee manages to be bigger in effect.15/02/2017 #29 Mohammed Sultan#26 Most of all ,we have to be able to differentiate between what works and what doesn't work.I think beBee leadership have a vision and confidence to position themselves in the right direction.The collapse of Linked in is not in favor of the professional social media ,as all followers may be forced to go back to the fundamentals and start re engineering the whole process to keep the strategic equilibrium around a portfolio of stars and cash cows ,not dogs.15/02/2017 #24 Donald 🐝 GrandyLI is a reflection on leadership. In the world of mergers and acquisitions, many of the multibillion dollar deals were the end game for corporate business plans years before they became public. beBee has introduced a new best practice model for individuals and businesses to follow. Keeping the person and/or business the focal point with personal and business branding. And it's working! Thank you @Javier 🐝 beBee and @Juan Imaz. Great post @Jim Murray
Comments14/02/2017 #4 Ali AnaniDear @Javier 🐝 beBee- you know I am privileged beyond words. Thank you. As dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit says- appreciation is a great differentiator and you are. To appreciate others in a such a way is the attracting field for all mentioned in your buzz to do more while being intrinsically motivated.
- Producer25/10/2016Testimonials from beBee usersI gathered some last testimonals from bees. Please feel free to add yours and I will add which ones I consider more powerful to help us to spread the beBee BUZZ. Please do not feel bad if I don't put them all. I much appreciate all of them...
Comments21/02/2017 #94 Javier 🐝 beBeeRead more Testimonals on HuffingtonPost at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-these-10-professionals-are-growing-their-personal_us_58aa3c8de4b0b0e1e0e20cfa14/02/2017 #89 Javier 🐝 beBee" beBee seems to pick up where Medium leaves you. It has a built-in audience but your content maybe shared by other users in their hives instead of just being shared externally through Facebook and Twitter. This is what I think is the strongest attribute of beBee – Tribe Marketing. The bees who follow you and the hives you join are your tribe. They are active users and not just readers, compared to medium." by @Pat 🐝 Bagano14/02/2017 #88 Javier 🐝 beBee"The reason beBee is the tool to use, is that through Publisher you can explore that brand and refine it through blogging. It's a tool for exploring your brand as you go while you are getting constant feedback from the community and how they feel about what you are bringing to the table.
Know your audience and build the right audience. " by @Max🐝 J. Carter10/01/2017 #83 Javier 🐝 beBeebeBee includes all the necessary features to create, showcase and share people's personal brands including a professional profile, professional networking, a publishing platform, affinity groups (both personal and professional), live video capability, interactive job postings, advanced communication tools, and a multi-network content-sharing tool10/01/2017 #82 Javier 🐝 beBeeBy @David B. Grinberg " What makes beBee, Inc. unique in the social media space is that regular users are the real "influencers," not celebrity personalities or cherry-picked "experts" whose content is force fed to users regardless of whether it's relevant or not. beBee.com allows users to receive and engage with content that's specifically relevant to their professional and personal interests per affinity-based social networking. This creates stronger business relationships and more successful personal branding. !10/01/2017 #81 debasish majumderbeBee enable us to interact beautiful minds with warmth and appreciation. by complementing and even critically analyzing each other, it makes the platform pretty friendly and congenial to ensure all bees to thrive with vigor. lovely insightful post @Javier 🐝 beBee View morebeBee enable us to interact beautiful minds with warmth and appreciation. by complementing and even critically analyzing each other, it makes the platform pretty friendly and congenial to ensure all bees to thrive with vigor. lovely insightful post @Javier 🐝 beBee! enjoyed profusely. thank you for the share. Close
- 10/02/2017An Open Letter To LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner by James Bliwas.An Open Letter To CEO Jeff Weiner Re: The Arrogance Of LinkedInwww.linkedin.com Dear Mr. Weiner; As CEO of LinkedIn, you bear ultimate responsibility for the atrocious new user interface of this site. Frankly, based on...
Comments18/02/2017 #93 Anonymous"Is the new LinkedIn interface a joke?", LI long-form post by @John Marrett
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-linkedin-interface-joke-john-marrett?trk=hp-feed-article-title-like18/02/2017 #91 AnonymousList by Samantha Bailey (comment in article by Owen Blevins):
▫ Viral Help Center Post  - goo.gl/zCL63U (1,444 Replies)
▫ Viral Help Center Post  goo.gl/5QkAsO (376 Replies/648 Votes)
▫ Viral Help Center Post  goo.gl/KD3HLk (95 Replies)
▫ LI CEO's awkward Tweet: goo.gl/JC7PYd (140 Likes/220 retwts )
▫ LI CEO's New Tweet - goo.gl/HuZ7T8 (new tweet)
▫ LI CEO's ironic post: goo.gl/GcLr3X (What Makes a Truly Great Product Great)
▫ Do u have the new LI UI yet? - goo.gl/K4815j (60 Lks/104 Cmnts)
▫ LinkedIn Fail: https://lnkd.in/guCgwZV (2m+ views 18.4k Likes / 2.6k Comments)
▫ Open Letter To CEO Jeff Weiner - goo.gl/Oy6sBg (5.9k Likes/2.3k cmnts/852 shrs)
▫ Open Letter to Jeff Weiner - goo.gl/EKKtls (800 likes, 150 cmnts / 100 shares)
▫ Recrtrs wd u axept ths frm any othr svc prvdr - gl/VKpRDM (500ls/110cs/120 shrs)
▫ Official LinkedIn Response - goo.gl/QK0k4K (712 likes / 200 comments / 100 shrs)
▫ Is LI making a critical error? - goo.gl/n0kcks (580+ likes/270+ cmnts/130+ shrs)
▫ LOVE LETTER TO LINKEDIN - goo.gl/ZjxsQH (400+ likes/110+ cmnts18/02/2017 #90 Anonymous"LinkedIn Has "Jumped the Shark", Here is My Reasoning...", LI long-form post by Owen Blevins
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/linkedin-has-jumped-shark-here-my-reasoning-owen-blevins?trk=hp-feed-article-title-share13/02/2017 #83 Aleta Curry#37 I must disagree with you here, @John Vaughn. I'm not a part of any clique here; I knew no one when I joined, and yet I have had direct responses from Javier, Juan, Cat, Frederico and many others. (I'm pretty sure that Mark Zuckerberg has never read anything I've written on his site,)
I'm successful according to MY criteria, but compared to these busy folks, some with many times my net worth, I'm just a housewife from NSW Australia, yet they bother to interact. So I really think you're doing them an injustice.12/02/2017 #81 Phil Friedman#73 Robert Bacal > "I have a simple clarifying question, Phil ... I figure if you don't believe in censorship, that position applies to ALL situations save those that are clearly against criminal law. "
Phil Friedman > "As to whether deleting anything, comments or otherwise, upon receiving complaints, is censorship, the answer is pretty simple: It is censorship. Whether it is justified is another matter entirely ... The standard for active censorship has to be, it seems to me, very rigorous and high. And I am optimistic that beBee going forward will maintain those very high standards and not censor statements simply because some number of people express their personal dislike of them. " #68
What about what I said is unclear, Robert Bacal? Where or when did I ever say I don't believe in censorship simpliciter? I believe my statements were clear and nowhere even imply what you want to make of them.12/02/2017 #80 John Vaughan#71 "I'm not going to repost the comments" sez @John White, MBA
Nobody's asking you to do so. It's unnecessary. beBee's already replaced the comments that it had censored. All you have to do is point to the objectionable parts and say, "See! That awful stuff is why we had to censor John's comments in the first place. And that's also why we're not obliged to apologize for doing so."
This is advantageous, because now everyone will understand beBee's boundaries of acceptability and policy regarding its own responsibility.
I'm delighted that you "haven't received a single report of abuse" since that kerfuffle you initiated. If it pleasures you to believe that it's because I've learned my lesson - Cool. I kinda like to believe that maybe the partisan vigilantes learned a little something, too.
'nite12/02/2017 #79 John Vaughan#72 I'm probably less personally caught up in needing an apology than you imagine, @Phil Friedman
It has more to do with systemic transparency, responsibility, and trustworthiness.
I consider those qualities to be vital to a well-operating socialNet. An apology simply embodies good behavior which expresses those values. Systemic function/dysfunction (the topic of the 'open letter' in this post) is the relevant issue.
Attempting to distract the focus onto accusations about my behavior just kind of misses the mark.12/02/2017 #78 Anonymous"Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum"
Article: "Linked Out ?", LI long-form post by Eric Le Gendre
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/linked-out-eric-le-gendre?trk=hp-feed-article-title-share12/02/2017 #76 Anonymous"Update 4 - 9:15 AM EST, Feb. 10: As of this morning, I have received private e-mails - not InMails that could be traced - from 19 people who say they work at LinkedIn. The gist of them is that the new UX project has been plagued by a lack of planning, little meaningful consultation with people who use the site frequently, woeful project management, and a lot of pressure from senior management since the Microsoft acquisition closed to roll out the new site as quickly as possible.
Said one of the e-mails, "It's a problem across the company, Sales Navigator has a ton of problems, too, and the new basic website has become as problematic as a cross between the Edsel and New Coke." - from "An Open Letter To CEO Jeff Weiner Re: The Arrogance Of LinkedIn", LI long form post by James Bliwas (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/open-letter-ceo-jeff-weiner-re-arrogance-linkedin-james-bliwas?deepLinkCommentId=6235928213189722112&anchorTime=1486761143976&trk=hb_ntf_MEGAPHONE_LIKE_TOP_LEVEL_COMMENT)12/02/2017 #75 Anonymous#70 #67 Dear @John Vaughan, I am not a "good one". I have no problem to publicly state my opinion. My opinion: Yes, you throw insults at people, but nothing other people do is because of me or because of other people here. It is because of them. As I see, there is a very little chance for you to realize that those who have tried to correct some of yours mistaken behaviors in a polite, transparent, civilized and friendly way are certainly not better then those who were stunned and disgusted. That's just my way of communication with people, since I am professor. Some people think I'm a fool. No one should need permission to be kind and cooperative. Only our cooperation is valuable. We are people who care and nothing more or less. We should strive to be ourselves. This does not mean that there are good and bad guys here. Each of us creating their identity, even the virtual one. Kindly, Milos12/02/2017 #74 Robert Bacal#65 Some people have based their social media accounts on complaining, attacking, and destroying those that actually do things in the world.
Other people go out and accomplish things, either for themselves or the general good through action. My DO list includes @Candice 🐝 Galek, @John White, MBA and @Don 🐝 Kerr and @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
- Producer09/02/2017Draw my life - English & Español & PortuguêsTeamwork by Marta Carretero Garcia, Sergio Martínez, Teresa Gezze, Tifany Rodio, ** Marcos Vinicius Fernandes Ferreira ** , Mamen 🐝 Delgado, Virginia SilveirabeBee in Englishhttps://youtu.be/AX8uYAu1cRwArt: Marcos Vinicius Fernandes Ferreira,...
Comments10/02/2017 #51 Mohammed SultanAlthough it's a good start,I still have a feel that the platform is stronger than the video.The brand identification,clarity,opening a with a likable story,the voice over ,although it's not voice -on-camera and was not changing with draw/scene are the strengths of the video.The only weakness is in the music effect which I think doesn't add to the power of the video.10/02/2017 #48 Mamen 🐝 Delgado#47 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, both @Teresa Gezze and @Tifany Rodio have done a beautiful job with the voice over in the video project. I have to say I was really impressed about the final work considering it was the first time they were recording with professional microphone and equipment... Bravo girls!!! 👏👏👏
- 09/02/2017Do you know beBee's story? Don't miss this awesome video and find out how the buzz started!beBee - Draw my life (in English) Learn about the history of beBee, the social platform for creating, showcasing and sharing your personal brand, born in February 7th, 2015....
- Producer09/02/2017Top Ways to Market Yourself on beBeebeBee is the becoming the most powerful social networking site to help you grow your business. It makes Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook, and YouTube seem like social networking sites for kids. Remember, those are still great tools to use, when used...
- Producer30/01/2017The Reality of Virtual RelationshipsWhy are some online relationships so SPECIAL? Many of us feel that something is different about beBee. Some of us notice a shift in the world at large. I'd like to hypothesize that the internet has brought us to a new evolution of...
Comments09/02/2017 #29 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#27 Perfect quote, @Chas ✌️ Wyatt. It captures some of what I conveyed in comments on @Joel Anderson's series of posts about footprints and lines.
This is a both/and situation.
Fresh perspectives, clean slates, starting from scratch, not being attached to things are all occasionally preferred.
Other scenarios require an established path, a line that we will not cross, the tracks of a life well-lived.
It is all part of the duality of life. Just like in-person or virtual relationships.
We now have the technology for it to be a dynamic, joy-promoting Both/And depending on circumstances.09/02/2017 #28 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#26 I was so touched by your comment, @🐝 Fatima Williams, that I just kept rereading it. A worthy response was eluding me until now.
We may have lost the comfort of belonging to a village, but we cannot discount the soul enlivening effect of finding the perfect virtual village.09/02/2017 #27 Chas ✌️ Wyatt"It is a pleasant feeling to be the first to walk on sands which the tide has just left. It is like being the first to visit a new land. It produces a freshness of sensation something akin to that of early morning, or of spring. It is like entering upon a new stage of life, having a new world before us from which to receive, and upon which to make impressions." ~Henry James Slack (1818–1896), "The Ministry of the Beautiful", "Conversation II: Footsteps on the Sand," 1850.08/02/2017 #26 🐝 Fatima Williams@Deb 🐝 Helfrich Having had the opportunity to have a personal chat with you I know I'm blessed beyond words can describe for having met you.
The way I describe my relationship with you is as below
"The energy I collectively feel is unique. It feeds my soul in a new, exciting, and fulfilling ways. It satisfies my heart with a feeling of a content conversation"
Fulfilment and satisfaction of talking to someone. I haven't had that in a very long time. As real friends tend to drift away seemingly concerned about their social status. People like me who is no longer worried who got the lastest car or designer clothes tend to drift away in search of meaning and true relationships.
As I mentioned in my Why I love beBee buzz. I found beBee and it replaced the human connection I needed at that time. Is there any better way for me to explain how I feel about being here and knowing you all. Thank you.Stay blessed.31/01/2017 #23 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#13 I truly value your comment, Sara. There is definitely some discussion needed here to understand how it is that we have, in some cases, these really vibrant relationships happening in tiny 2-D comment boxes. We are still in the rather early stages of getting to know each other, but if life where to occur and we became neighbors, I suspect that our concepts of each other would just blossom with all the new sensory information and 'time' to learn about how we participate in daily life.
I just cannot get around the fact that the Sara I imagine talking/typing to is in my own head. It will be coming up on a year that we've been in an orbit of friendship and the amount of data points we have both directly and via numerous other people is a rather immense set of information. But I am still creating a version of you that exists in my own mind.
We've been doing this since kids with books. I can vibrantly describe most of the books I have read in terms of a full bodily existence, even though so many of these sensory details are likely my own construct. So I don't really see it as transcending bodies exactly, just setting aside some of the realities.
For instance, I find it jolting sometimes when one of the Australians mentions how hot it is, when it is winter in Seattle. Other times, most likely when they have mentioned place, the heat is a given.
What is similar between interacting with imagination when reading books and interacting with reality when conversing on social media is that many parts of the background and environment are filled by my own local senses. While what is different is that you can answer in your own unique and completely different words. It can be a new sense in a very practical way, while also being extraordinarily magical and spiritual.31/01/2017 #21 Sara Jacobovici#17 Your generous (and flattering) invitation is too good to pass up. It will be my pleasure to take part in the dynamic meeting organized by you two ladies @Cyndi wilkins. I sent Deb a PM that although I can not commit to the first meeting, I will keep my "eyes and ears open" to future opportunities.31/01/2017 #18 Renée 🐝 CormierI have to say, I have met some truly wonderful people on beBee. In my opinion, beBee is the only social media platform that really makes it easy to develop friendships with other members. A world where people seek out commonalities and community will always be more loving and peaceful than a world focused on separation and differences. This microcosm called beBee is a good place. It's god to communicate with kind-hearted people like you, @Deb 🐝 Helfrich.31/01/2017 #17 Cyndi wilkins#15 Perhaps the "Time" is right to take a small step beyond the boundaries of the "Read" and dip your toe in a little....Sounds like we have a couple of discussions emerging here that would present the perfect opportunities for us all to finally meet...face to face and ear to ear:-) @Deb 🐝 Helfrich and I would be honored if you would consider lending us an ear and better yet your input on some up and coming discussions we will be hosting. The first of the series will begin this Saturday, Feb. 4th via Skype. Check out the above link for details...We would love to "See" you all there!31/01/2017 #16 Mohammed Sultan@Deb 🐝 Helfrich.Your ideas are hitting our imagination as the sea waves are always hitting the shore of the pacific.I find such group discussions are quite natural ,since they convey the emotions,feelings and thoughts which shape people's personal brands on beBee.Thank you Deb.31/01/2017 #13 Sara JacoboviciDear @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, I am slowly allowing myself to land from your piece as I attempt to form the words I need to communicate with you. (Deep breath.) First, let me thank you for the mention and for being in any way connected to your writing. I feel privileged to have witnessed the process you described, intellectually and artistically, of your SM self-discovery here on beBee. My "sense" of you is that you are an exceptional human being, with your heart in the right place, and your mind "a right place". And speaking of places....you write: when we "look past their body and 24/7 personality and our own typical human senses and we communicate directly with someone else as pure consciousness that actually lives inside of our own mind." From my perspective, this reflects you are in a different place than me. I am still where you write in the "full, physical, proximal, flawed" sensory, complicated body. If I had to place myself, I would be, not in the new sense you describe but "pivoting" on my older senses. I have never been good at transcending the physical. I am still navigating the integration of the physical, psychological and spiritual. My experiences of SM is still connected to the meanings I have formed from my sensory experiences. I am very "conscious" of being open to expanding my experiences and awareness but that is an expansion of my existing boundaries. I have yet to navigate outside those boundaries. You, Deb, have truly broken through and have reached beyond. All the power to you!
- 04/02/2017Bees: Let's swarm this on LinkedIn with engagement to showcase beBee buzz/ branding. Thanks!
cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee @Juan Imaz @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood @John White, MBA @Jan 🐝 Barbosa @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Jim Murray @Lisa 🐝 GallagherWhy Blogging on beBee = Better Personal Brandingwww.linkedin.com Last year was a terrific time for blogging on beBee Affinity Social Network -- and 2017 promises to be even better. The fast-growing social...
- Producer04/02/2017How I Discovered beBee and Why I loved It SinceI first discovered beBee because I was researching about homemade recipes for beeswax-based creams, balms and salves. My geekiness transcends beyond SEO, Content Marketing and IT-related stuff. The bipolarity of my life exists in the virtual...
Comments06/02/2017 #23 Phil FriedmanPat, Good solid post and advice. I would add only to not make assumptions about people, but wait for them to reveal themselves in their interactions. I know quite a few with advanced degrees who would not waste their energies criticizing the way you write, but who will concentrate on the ideas and opinions you express. Not that they will always agree with you, but they will always read and respond with care. I know they are there because I count quite a few of them among my online friends. Cheers!06/02/2017 #21 Jim MurrayI'm not sure what your moniker The 'Banged' Asian means. But just reading this post I can feel in your writing that you are a very nice person. A real human being, as I like to say. I don;t know who would take issue with your writing, but these people are generally described by me and some of my closest friend here in very unflattering terms. Keep up the good work, Pat. Writing is the best writing teacher.05/02/2017 #20 Pat 🐝 Bagano#18 @Chichi Okoye beBee is the easiest platform there is. Here you are guaranteed "eyes" and "ears" for your content and buzzes where it may be ignored elsewhere. Join hives, connect with brand ambassadors and they will be glad to help you build your audience. Stick around and grow with beBee, reap the rewards later...04/02/2017 #7 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian"My first experience in beBee was being questioned for citations in the articles?" Don't bother answering. We are nearly 12 million people here. There are bound to be some poop-heads.
Don't sweat it. If they get abusive, report them. There are some that are polite in public but nasty in private. I can't speak for Javier and Juan, but I don't think we need to tolerate that BS.
Disagreement is fine and a natural extension of discussion. Abuse isn't.
You can please some of the people some of the time but never all of the people all of the time. Don't even try.
On another note, your English is fine to me.
On yet another note. . . Did you change your hair?
- Producer02/02/2017To New beBees Visiting beBee landMy beBee lesson"In giving we receive; In receiving we learn; In learning we grow. "Fatima WilliamsI see alot of new bees Buzzing around and they are in full action for the first week that they arrive. So I decided to put together a buzz with things...
Comments03/02/2017 #18 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI saw the the beBee lesson words at Facebook and they just jumped off the page. LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT!
My beBee lesson
"In giving* we receive;
In receiving we learn;
In learning we grow. "
When you look at the video that @Dean Owen View moreI saw the the beBee lesson words at Facebook and they just jumped off the page. LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT!
My beBee lesson
"In giving* we receive;
In receiving we learn;
In learning we grow. "
When you look at the video that @Dean Owen shared by @Mamen 🐝 Delgado
The word "learning" is a natural expression.
The rest I will think about later on today as my 18th Paradox Wisdom. Will let you know when that thinking flows online.
* Do note that "giving*" means something different for me in a naturally flowing workable life intelligent world, so I will think about as a separate Renaissance buzz - today if possible but otherwise that thinking will flow over the weekend. Close03/02/2017 #17 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#16 Can I make a suggestion? Would you be willing to move the Madrid office photo to the top for tweeting purposes? Check twitter and see the difference in the 2 tweets I just sent. I think the team photo will grab a lot of attention and clicks to this great buzz! Let me know and I will automate 3x day...03/02/2017 #16 🐝 Fatima Williams#10 Thanks Deb Kinda what I wanted to nail through the buzz. I didn't want it to be too long too.
Beeing welcoming and encouraging and demonstrating that we do things differently around here and the New bees need to understand that to comfortably settle down. Sometimes I see a good buzz but they haven't reached out so the content remains out our reach.03/02/2017 #10 Deb 🐝 HelfrichA really complete round-up for Newbees, @🐝 Fatima Williams - which is what the secret honey-sauce of beBee is all about. Beeing welcoming and encouraging and demonstrating that we do things differently around here. We like to chat with everyone, find out about what makes them feel alive and share all sorts of knowledge, and music, and art, and just plain old, glorious smiles.