- Producer23/06/2017Happy Birthday to Me! Please Hold the ApplauseYesterday was my birthday.No, I won't tell you my age. Let's just say I'm fast approaching mid-life, or something like it. Also, I desperately need to update my profile picture, even if it means paying a professional photographer. Admission: that...
Comments24/06/2017 #54 debasish majumderbelated happy birthday my dear @David B. Grinberg! you have added a new dimension to time and space to birthday bash and surely a unique design to make others feeling special and precious about your valuable presence as well sharing a true warm association, though but, perhaps more appealing than real. lovely insight! enjoyed read. thank you very much for the share.24/06/2017 #50 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsAh, you are definitely a crabby baby! (that would be the moon children born late June/to late July), I wouldn't actually call you crabby..honestly I wouldn't.
I thought of this because my son-in-law's birthday was Wednesday and I completely forgot until this morning (been a really busy week). He was fine with my forgetfulness, because like most crabby babies, he does not like to be center of attention (as you said: as an adult, because crabby or not; kids are kids).
Just for the record; I'm a crabby baby too..later in July...and a quiet dinner, a nice card, and an I love you from the people I love is all I need.
Some day I'll write about the dinner and my sibs thinking a singing waiter and a cake with a forest fire on top would be just the thing...I was not happy and being in my forties I decided the time had come where I shouldn't have to hide that fact from people who knew better.
There are times when being nice and polite for other's just doesn't cut it.
Anyway, belated happy birthday crabby David :-) from a fellow crab24/06/2017 #48 siraj shaik@David B. Grinberg yesterday thoughts within ran "as the cute little birdy was hopping as it chirped... Wow you gotta me there, yeah as a tweet related streamed on my twitter's main page with *Aha! it's moments happiness, cheers +joys on occasion of birthday, also time to congratulate with celebration time either considered addition of another calendar year of experiences or stepping ahead to add more". Either ways accept my wishes and also on behalf of those all bees by chance who might haven't got notification or missed the buzz. Have a wonderful nectar moments.24/06/2017 #43 David B. Grinberg#41 Thanks again @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. I was initially trained as a journalist back in the day and worked as a reporter and editorial page editor/columnist. But now it's time to get back to basics, at least here. I have written some first-hand accounts about my improbably journey of working in Congress and the White House in my 20s, and how mentors helped pave the way. If you missed it, check this link for the 3-part series (parts 2 and 3 can be accessed below too):
And, yes, let's DM about meeting up somewhere some time with our better/other halves. That would be really be great!24/06/2017 #41 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#40 You aren't that far from us... maybe 6.5 hrs! Maybe we can manage to do this before winter! I have a feeling you if you decide to write some more contemporaneous blogs (storytelling) it would come natural for you... was this your test buzz or have I missed some personal stories? Your late father sounds like he was very insightful David. When we become too comfortable with our home surroundings especially if someone in the family was prone to Mental illness.. it's easy to develop some degree of Agoraphobia if we have the propensity towards anxiety ourselves. I've had to learn to fight that demon and some days are easier than others :) Thank you as well for your support!24/06/2017 #40 David B. Grinberg#38 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher Lisa: you are too kind, as always, for which I'm grateful. I'm also pleased you enjoyed this buzz. My plan is to write more off-the-cuff contemporaneous blog posts here to practice my storytelling and try showcase my authentic voice, similar to the prolific prose of @Jim Murray up north. Hopefully, I'm off to a good start. Also, your husband sounds like a wonderful man with whom I have some things in common. Perhaps one day we can all meet, virtually or otherwise. My late father told Nicole more than once that she needs to get me out more. He was right, especially considering my mother's history of chronic mental illness, their 40-year marriage and experience with her family. Thanks again for your gracious support, Lisa!
Let's keep buzzing...24/06/2017 #38 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher@David B. Grinberg, I think this was one of my most favorite reads from you. All your writing is exceptional but this was raw, I finally got to know a deeper side of David! Your birthday dinner sounded fab and your wife sounds like a sweetheart... she is beautiful but don't be hard on yourself, I'm sure you both compliment one another.
I will share a secret with you- my husband will work in his jogging pants all day when working from home. Some days he works in his flannel PJ bottoms (OMG he'd kill me if he knew I just admitted that lol). But, I find nothing wrong with it. I'm sure you work long and hard and he does too, so it's OK to get that break! We've had 2 dogs for over 20 years now. I always got up early (and you know how much I love that, NOT) just to shower and put on my day clothes to take my dog out. Heaven forbid anyone saw my hair standing up on one side or me in my PJ's, now I don't give a rats arse ha ha. So, in ways with each year we do gain more freedom I guess?
Maybe we need to schedule a fun/virtual conference for Mid-Lifers and expound on where we were and how far we've come. I think a Conference like that would be great. I'm going to guess more people feel like you than don't. You are not alone. I'm going to say this anyhow, HAPPY BIRTHDAY David, your a great person!!24/06/2017 #37 David B. GrinbergThanks so much to everyone below for the gracious outpouring of constructive comments and delightful discourse . Everybody has their own excellent points to make. I think the bottom line is whatever works best for the individual. There are no rhymes or rules as to why some people like birthday celebrations while others loath them -- just personal reasons.
I think this discussion exemplifies the great diversity of opinion and outspokenness on this platform, as opposed to so-called "group think" on other age-old social media monoliths. We bees are all amazing and unique in our our own individuals ways. It's this diversity of views and life experiences, and acceptance thereof, which is especially pleasing. That's why beBee is always overflowing with good intentions, good advice and good cheer. Thus, I raise a glass to salute all of YOU for taking the time to positively and constructively engage with this post. Many thanks for all YOU do!!!
PS - @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, we always have a guest bedroom and bathroom if you need a break. Just let me know...24/06/2017 #35 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#34 I don't think that David or myself are against birthday wishes, I think we are both saying is that we like low key and a style that suits our more introverted ways.
The difference between me and David is that I come from a huge tribe and on any given day the house can instantly turn into a party. The song and dance that includes among other rituals, the customary taking of pictures where members of the family all come up one by one and feed a bit of the cake to you.
If they think it is special enough then they invite a whole bunch of relatives, so I am left counting the hours because as hosts we have to sit with them. Great if you are an extrovert but not everyone is an extrovert.
Finally, if it super-special, everybody packs into an expensive banquet hall to give you a surprise that only people who like surprises like. Kind of looks like that both David and myself are of the minority who really don't want to be surprised :-)
Of course I am not here to tell others what they should do, but I respect the fact that you Yogesh are one of the open minded ones.24/06/2017 #34 Yogesh SukalSocial engagement with you is one of the amazing thing happened to us.
So if you don't like birthday wishes, it's okay, but I take opportunity to say we enjoy your thoughts, contents in world of social networking we are happy to have you as a influencer.
And here one more amazing and wiser buzz, I say happy buzzday to you @David B. Grinberg
Keep influencing as we are all influencers with our thoughts and experiences If admire the beauty of it in a absolute way.
And sharing enhances its enrichment in autocatalytic way like addiction but amazing, beautiful, positive and enlightening.
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Comments24/06/2017 #5 AnonymousThank you @Victoria Toumit for sharing your relevant post. The ancient Greek used 7 words to define the different states of love:
- Storge: natural affection, the love you share with your family.
- Philia: the love that you have for friends.
- Eros: sexual and erotic desire kind of love (positive or negative)
- Agape: this is the unconditional love, or divine love
- Ludus: this is playful love, like childish love or flirting.
- Pragma: long standing love. The love in a married couple.
- Philautia: the love of the self (negative or positive)
All of us are so strong as weak with Love ;)24/06/2017 #2 Vincent 🐝 ManlapazLove is the connected emotions without seeking for ambiguity. It is given freely. Sad but what you have said is a disheartening reality. Hope anyone who are currently in this situation would read your article. This gives a honest blunt to be awaken. Great article, Victoria. Will share this.
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Comments12/06/2017 #8 Erroll -EL- WarnerMost articles on Linked seems to be getting too repititive. I have about 190 connections. I posted an article called --Customer Engagement/Relation-- and only got 9 viewers. It seems as if when an article is posted on LinkedIn, it does not go to all connections. That defeat the purpose of posting articles. In addition, view profile in private mode should be made obsolete.09/06/2017 #4 Tannis LiviniukGreat post John. I am a long-time LinkedIn user and have leveraged the platform for marketing, networking, and information sourcing. My premium membership costs over $1,000 per year and I am gaining more value from beBee which I pay nothing to access. Those who adapt, survive, and beBee is developing quickly to maintain the edge during rapid evolutionary change.08/06/2017 #1 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Buzz. I agree. I feel that a much higher percentage of bees engage with each other making this platform much easier to use. I use social media partly for marketing reasons. Yet, I have not had any of my content go viral until I began helping people on beBee. I have had more shares seeding from this site than any other site online. It is simple to find material here, and I feel it is difficult to find what I am looking for on LI.
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- Producer23/06/2017Coming Up For Air; Revisiting Cape Town, South Africa.Twenty odd long years between visits is, as George Orwell once said,is a little like 'coming up for air.' In a different time, when the world was younger than today, my parents brought me from England to this city that clings limpet- like to...
Comments24/06/2017 #25 Pamela 🐝 Williamsbeautiful post Paul. You know you take us all with you whereever you go! We await each recount with anticipation. For those who may never visit the world as you have/do, you bring the world to us.
Those 'may have been' moments are exactly why I have hesitated going back to my old stomping grounds in California. Even a few years absence (about 5) we returned and everything, everyone was unrecognizable. That's what happens when you live in an area that is iconic in it's time. California was mecca during the 60s, 70s.
I looked our home up online and the mere fact that the giant (well at least through a child's viewpoint) Weeping Willow in our yard, with branches that hid you from the outside word, had been removed and replaced by a vast concrete driveway...I actually heard myself say: "oh, they destroyed my fortress of solitude!".24/06/2017 #24 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI really enjoyed this read @Paul Walters. I had no idea you spent part of your years growing up in Cape Town! Maybe if time stood still we'd want for more... more of our past that we are supposed to move on from? I remember my first love and I did find him................. oh on FB that is LOL. I never sent a friends request and I must say, he aged well. I pictured him to be a bit frumpy, not sure why. He had a fairly good shorter afro growing for a white boy back in the day. The photos are beautiful, the story was serene. I'm going to have the song "Build me up Buttercup," replaying in my brain tonight now, great song- sound advice!24/06/2017 #23 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorHow lovely this is reflecting on the "what was" and the "what is". Memory lane is constantly in motion as we move through life. My hometown, Orlando, FL, has very little resemblance to what it was when I lived there. Even though most of my tangible memories have been altered, my intangible memories remain intact. Thank you for share, Paul.23/06/2017 #21 Jerry FletcherPaul, I don't know where the line comes from but your piece struck a chord in me and the words "you can't go home again." emerged from the mist. Each time I return to visit my growing up place in Ohio I struggle with the same kind of vanishments that you mention. It is at once disheartening and a justification for the mileage I've racked up elsewhere. Thank you for a glimpse into your view of a world city with both the eyes of a teenager and those of the man he came to be.23/06/2017 #20 Donna WoodAh, to be immersed in the ancient cries of home, only to find you are in the midst of being alone. Reminiscing in your mind the lands, the days and happy times. To be at the table where the bony fingers of Father Time grip tightly the cup that holds all that was and is to be. Mother Earth smiles as clinks her cup she and shifts that which was to that which is. And, Fate the Sisters Three, giggle and cackle in morbid glee, with scissors held so close to thee.23/06/2017 #18 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#15 I concur @Deb 🐝 Helfrich when travel is also our work then the mind opens up whole new vista's, when our passions are travel, whether they are combined with work or not, even more is revealed (and that is what I am now discovering from following both @Paul Walters and @Dean Owen and their experiences as globetrotters).
Yet when travel is simply a function of our work, it is the work we see. Now I can say that I took a work trip to Belgium, or a work trip to Brazil, or a work trip to South Africa, but that does not encompass experiences of what word "travel" can rise to as awareness, learning, appreciation and even (for sure) an international wisdom .
When it is work rather than travel, even the Queen has to sit and watch how the natives dance for her, yet the countries she visited would be kinder to just introduce her to Paul or Dean and see how they both have learned to see the world and then let her go where she please, and in that regard even the Queen loses something when duty came first, unless of course when she is free.23/06/2017 #15 Deb 🐝 HelfrichA philosophical vignette, @Paul Walters, that paints a fantastic portrait of the young you, and two stages of Cape Town.
Ah, those memories. I doubt if anyplace hasn't evolved past recognition in the last 20, most assuredly 30 years. And of course, all humans morph entirely in that span of time.
But then there is the absolutely true difference in perspective of being a visitor versus being a local. Having traveled & consulted in a fair amount of places, I think the division has less to do with amount of time spent and everything to do with whether you are someplace to carry out work. Exempting the lovely profession of writing, when my travel was all about business, the place was a barely noticeable backdrop to the grind of 8 hr days - well actually, as a traveling software consultant, they were more likely 12 hr work days.
Even with the odd weekend dedicated to pure tourism, the places I've worked were seen with an entirely different perceptual overlay than the places were my time was thoroughly my own to spend.
Which is to say, I have love affairs with the places I've merely visited and would re-engage the rendezvous without hesitation. But the places I've worked, have lost that allure, that marvelous sense of freedom and open possibility in each unfolding moment.23/06/2017 #13 CityVP 🐝 ManjitAs I read this travel buzzes I am increasingly convinced that the travelers brain is far different perspective holder than a residents brain. I used to make the distinction between traveler and tourist, but it is fairly mute because both still travel, but a resident can reside in one place and never travel.
Think Sara Palin the VP candidate in the Republican Primaries on the John McCain ticket, Palin it is said knew very little of the global world, remaining mostly if not all her life in the realm of the United States, and so the parody of SNL took hold where they project her saying "I can see Russia from my window" .
I did go to South Africa but solely as a part of the organization I was working with and not as a traveler, and in comparing notes in terms of "travel", there is no comparison to my experience and the experience articulated here, it is self-evident in this comparison that I do not possess a travelers brain. I would not see or think about place in the way it is graphically and intricately expressed - and so it is I have not (at least to date) learned to see the world this way.
In this buzz I can see how travel may enrich the soul and that I have the soul of a homeboy. It is never too late to cultivate or inculcate a new perspective, but sometimes we are simply who we are and so we can accept that as who we are, but a buzz like this is an appreciation of what is sensory to a traveler and in appreciating that, the genuine traveler provides an illuminating sight.23/06/2017 #11 Ken BoddieHow fondly we look back and reminisce,
At past 'what if's' cocooned in frozen bliss,
But, as life's journey moulds how we have changed,
Those we once knew are also rearranged,
And places where we played down memory lane,
Are oft transformed and seldom stay the same.
It's good when we can catch up,
Without attempts to match up.
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Comments23/06/2017 #2 Brian McKenzieActually - I plan on spoon feeding you right from the source, cited by line, verse, chapter, section and page. Bring your bib - I like to serve it thick.
(mainly because I know nearly all the harping Chicken Littles Haven't read it - they are merely regurgitating buzz points from the #Resist movement web page)
- Producer23/06/2017For Immediate Release: Innovative Approach to World Cruising UnveiledBOAT-IN-a-BOX (™) SETS SAIL TO REVOLUTIONIZE WORLD-CRUISING FOR YACHTSMEN ... June 23, 2017, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA — Phil Friedman and the Port Royal Group announced today the launch of their Boat-In-a-Box (™) project. According to...
Comments24/06/2017 #59 Lada 🏡 Prkic#53 An interesting approach to the issue of patenting. I'm sure that such concept has many patentable engineering features. I like your idea of a purpose-built dolly/cradle that enables a boat to sit at an angle.
It's obviously a very promising project in which every aspect has been thought out carefully. Congrats!24/06/2017 #58 Gerald Hecht#54 @Phil Friedman A true Hybrid! Hannibal's Elephants meets Omaha Beach, meets "the Troy stuff", meets Vedic Rituals floating magestically down the Ganges at Dusk...meets Noah doing his drunken "dove with branch in beek dance" ; oh it could make a paranoid startup guy (like Mr.Uber --played by a Holographically resurrected Peter Sellers) wander what other "radioactive mousetraps" may be amongst us.
A strong argument against paranoia.
Anyway..."high along the bowline we sing that melody ; like all tough sailors do, whilst far away at sea"
https://youtu.be/Ke8uZIvPa7w24/06/2017 #56 Gerald Hecht@Phil Friedman We've done it!!! An entire fleet of fireproof "TROJAN HORSE ARKS"! HA HA HA HAHA HA HA HA!
If the world wants a change of survival...well --we're not without empathy; so long as they have...
...ONE MILLION DOLLARS!
HA HA HA HAHA HA HA HA!HA HA HA HAHA HA HA HA!HA HA HA HAHA HA HA HA!HA HA HA HAHA HA HA HA!...or we may just forget to apply the fireproof foam to a little corner --"ah well you were a little short of the million; so one fo the Trojan Arks; transformed into a Trojan Funeral Pyre...(which btw, is also our invention...another million for the sneak peek; the brochures weren't back from the printers yet); they were for our "Final Expense/Reverse Mortage Buster Project" anyway24/06/2017 #55 AnonymousThank you @Phil Friedman for sharing your very timely project, so well explained on your website. I am very far from your stellar professional experience, I am just a very humble and seasonal "boater", may I suggest you to extend your brilliant concept with wintering solutions affordable, steered by valuable strategic partnerships. Your turnkey solution (All In One) will cover efficiently that world market as a profitable "Niche" to develop, increase and maintain a sustainable and responsable boating's approach. Well done Phil !24/06/2017 #54 Phil Friedman#51 Thank you, Paul, for saying so. But are you talking about my quip to @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood or the Boat-In-a-Box concept? Seriously, I think, for the most part, only boating people with some experience, who have harbored dreams of cruising their own boats in the more exotic waters of the world, will truly understand what this is all about. Cheers!24/06/2017 #53 Phil Friedman#47 I was surprised as well, Lada, to see so many comments. I agree with you that this is basically an engineering solution to a problem faced mainly experience yachting men and women who would love to cruise their own boats in remote and exotic locations around the world, but who can only manage to get away for a few week to may a month or two max at a time. And who cannot afford both to have a yacht AND pay tens of thousands of dollars to have it freighted around as deck cargo or in the few special purpose dry-dock style carriers that operate.
To speak candidly, I did not expect much of a response on beBee at all. And in fact wasn't looking for one -- although I greatly appreciate the kind support expressed by so many here and, for example, the great suggestion PM'd to me by @Praveen Raj Gullepalli. I posted this primarily as a gambit relating to potential patent issues.
In this process of development, my group was faced with potentially having the concept patented out from under us. So rather than spend the tens of thousands of dollars required to secure a concept patent (to be distinguished from a design patent), the decision was made to publish the idea on social media. Which under U.S. law, puts the concept into the public domain and prevents it from being patented. Some might see that as a disadvantage, but we don't, as there are still numerous patentable engineering features remaining that are essential to actually executing the core concept properly.
Thank you, @Lada 🏡 Prkic, for your interest and support. Cheers!24/06/2017 #52 Phil Friedman#46 Thanks, Todd, for taking an interest. If you'd like to receive regular updates on developments in the project, please go to the website and click to receive updates by email. To answer your specific question, we are working on building a network of strategically-placed staging "depots" to ease the process of moving the boats around. But haven't yet considered the question of short-term slips as the emphasis has been on people wanting to cruise (move around in the local waters) of prime destinations far from their home waters of operation. Now that you mention it, I am going to think about eventually lining up local marinas to offer a "club" discount, if booked through Boat-In-a-Box. Will keep you posted. Cheers!24/06/2017 #47 Lada 🏡 PrkicPhil, I was surprised to see so many comments on this thread, because it's a kind of topic intended for a niche target audience. Then, I sadly realized that most of the comments have nothing to do with the post topic.
Frankly, I am becoming tired of reading such so-called satirical remarks, the aim of which is only to provoke the author.
I see your boat-in-a-box project as a smart engineering solution. Wish you all success with your full-size working prototype, as well as the crowdfunding effort.24/06/2017 #46 Todd JonesAmbitious initiative, @Phil Friedman! I will be following developments with keen interest. This sounds ideal for a guy like me that would like to escape NY's brutal winters aboard my boat, but doesn't have the time to pilot it down the Intercoastal to warmer climes. It would also be great if you could develop a network of participating marinas that could help Boat-In-A-Box owners secure short term slip rentals during the busy winter season.
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Comments23/06/2017 #12 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorHope this test met your expectation with this short video. Now, be imaginative, do some research about the topic you like, instead of posting a simple buzz from vimeo or Youtube, you can do some research on a specific topic and then create an article (honey). then post it on MybeBeeTV as per it contains a 15 mins+ video elements, some visuals, and your own opinions and discoveries. Sharing is caring, if you follow influencers such as @Lance 🐝 Scoular from your same country, mention him in a comment proceeding his name by @ character, Msg me if your are lost or write also to the dedicated @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín23/06/2017 #11 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#1 So @Joan MacDougal what is your feeling ? Shared from 3 bees from MybeBeeTY you did 100 (for 13 hrs post) and up to 900 views in just 3 hours! As @Javier 🐝 beBee & @Juan Imaz recently said on TVE , the importance of being on beBee relies on the 3rd network connections and the organic outreach on other medias. FB, Twitter, G+. There is no bad or wrong posts, there are only fields of interest and relevant articles or videos and buzzzes. Your next contacts, prospects, clients and employers wants to see what are your fields of interest and what affinities your have with the community. Never be shy to post !23/06/2017 #2 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#1 Dear @Joan MacDougal since you ve joined the hive and raise your expectations, if think all beBee's teams will echo this video posted here through their own sphere of influence so you can enjoy skyrocketing results. Let's hope for the best.
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Comments24/06/2017 #52 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.value = gold.24/06/2017 #51 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.you are hired!23/06/2017 #49 Simone Luise Hardthi Javier :) great story ! (behind, in the middle, at present and after lol ;) about your brand :) and until now I really thought your last name (family name) is beBee lol :) (could have been ;) so okay it´s Cámara. Nice to meet you (again lol ;) Javier Cámara :) and btw. thanks for the translation, guess it´s a really good one (no automated shit lol ;) my language skills are limited to German, English, Dutch only (and I can still read "some" French) that´s it ;) so no Spanish :( sorry :) Have a lovely day/evening today!
Regards Simone :) campaign@work(c)23/06/2017 #46 Lisa 🐝 GallagherLeft out something so I deleted my last comment:
Excellent advice. I love facebook more now (more in terms of reach and cross posting- beBee is still my number one network!) because I'm finding buzzes I don't see on here due to my timeline (that's a good thing), beBee is growing a lot! I also make all my beBee posts public and I added a follow button just a day ago. I was getting friend requests from people who use beBee but I don't know of them personally. Thanks for this!23/06/2017 #42 David B. GrinbergThanks for another brilliant buzz, Javier. I'm pinning this to my Twitter home page for any bees who wants to help cross channel pollinate per retweeting at https://twitter.com/DBGrinberg View moreThanks for another brilliant buzz, Javier. I'm pinning this to my Twitter home page for any bees who wants to help cross channel pollinate per retweeting at https://twitter.com/DBGrinberg
Vamos!!! Close22/06/2017 #40 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassadori hope i have answered your expectations about clearing the mysteries of the latest improvements seen here on beBee, affinity propagation does good, affinity propagation enhanced with innivative technologies, well, give time to a propagation vector to grow and propel it with a sutainable booster engine....lol. i am still experimenting the phenomenon called acceleration, not about been viewed, but about being ' in business with', phone turned red!22/06/2017 #39 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorEveryone with a 3500 CAD/ yr budget on a dedicated server histed can accomplsih that and model +/- 200 millions automated actions a Year on a growing interactive audience with high rate of engagement up to 18-20%. As it is open source the server and the codes wil belong to you and not a 3d party.22/06/2017 #38 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorFollowers based used to be the reference and still is on twitter who becomes more and more technologically obsolete like LinkedIn already is, and keep heading down. FaceBook is different and will replace LI in time when its Professional versioning will occur and be branded that way. The dramatic results come from the hidden network, the 3rd degree potential connections. They are your true loyal audience, people that do not know you. IReceive 10k emails per day from direct approach on hotmail, 5k on 4 gmail segemented accounts, i funnel them and send back a automated marketing response through a workflow of actions based on the mecanism IF This Happens Then Do That, depending of the peaks of activities it varies between 115k automation to 19 millions per day. This is highly interactive and it follows scenarii of predictive situations. takes time to set it up but after it taste like caviar!22/06/2017 #37 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorAccount based marketing automated means that the audience is directly reach through newsletters, rss feeds, SMS, consented emails alerts, etc...Now the rate of engagement surpasses twitter that is between 0,8 to 1% which is very decent according to Twitter authorities, while pinterest more visual put the flag between 3 to 6% of your followers base.22/06/2017 #36 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#34 Well to be honest, i do not follow by the book, but i would say, that content is king isnrule #1 a do not try to follow the others and the trends, just be specific and follow your instinct. #2 Stucture but do not try to elaborate to much, over 1 to 3 points we loose people attention #3 the most performant be social, put others in the light, not you are your activity. Now dramtic results fron 100-300 up to 2K with the first hours of release is based on a MarketingAutomationServer i use to stream to a wide variety of socialmedia technologies (700) plus the combination of BB sharing features.
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Comments23/06/2017 #1 Lyon BraveI kinda still don't like Twitter. I guess because I'm very verbose
fuck twitter, Linkedin, Facebook all those sites....l authentically prefer bebee.
Maybe it's because i'm a blogger and i didn't realize it because i always thought the term blogger was kind of cheap, but it's just the 21st-century term for writer/observer
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