Tips to Become a beBee Ambassador (INFOGRAPHIC)

    Tips to Become a beBee Ambassador (INFOGRAPHIC)

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    • 10/05/16
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    Did you know that beBee is offering equity to its most valuable users? Yes, it’s true! The affinity-based social network is running a program that will hand out equity among the perfect beBee ambassadors.

     

    If you want to be one of our ambassadors read up, because we’re going to let you in on some essential tips.

     

    FIRST THINGS FIRST

     

    These are the basic steps that our beBee Ambassadors site will ask you to complete before being able to access.

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    Step 1. Get your profile picture up there and upload a nice cover photo. Our ambassadors can’t be faceless bees.

     

    Step 2. Complete your profile. This is a really easy step and it will help you improve your personal online brand. Check out this step-by-step tutorial to have a perfect profile.

     

    Step 3. Share a buzz. Share the first of many buzzes before you start your journey! Take a look at our tips to create a relevant buzz.

     

    Step 4. Produce some honey. Use Producer, our on-site blogging platform, to write a relevant story and share it in some hives that are related to the topic.

     

    Off you go! Now you can access the beBee Ambassadors site and continue your path to get your fair share. ✌️

     

    ON THE ROAD TO BEING A BEBEE AMBASSADOR

     

    Now that you have completed the basic steps and that you have taken a look at our beBee Ambassadors site to make some suggestions, let’s check out the tips that you should follow to become an ambassador. 

     

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    Boost beBee on the Internet. Use your social network accounts and your blog or website to tell other internet users out there how great beBee is! A good idea is adding a “follow me on beBee” button to your site. Check out our tutorial. 

     

    Another great way to boost beBee is to use the sharing button to share beBee content on other social networks. This button even allows you to email someone a Producer post or a buzz you think they will like! Keep your buzzes relevant and make the best out of affinity networking!

     

    Grow the hive. Invite your contacts to join our social network and spread the buzz! Yes, we have a tutorial for this too 😉

     

    Write stories on Producer. Use beBee’s on-site blogging platform to create and share original stories. The quality of the content is really important on beBee, so remember to try your best to get engagement.

     

    Be social and share relevant buzzes. You just can’t help being social on a network filled with such nice bees. Find like-minded people, create hives and interact with other users on the site.

     

    These are beBee’s suggestions. What would you suggest if you were looking for the perfect ambassadors? Let us know in the comments section!

     

    Good luck to all the bees out there! 🐝

     

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    Comentarios (11)
    1. Franci Hoffman
      I updated my profile. I previous submitted my suggestions for the role of a beBee Ambassador.
    2. db
      It wont let me sign up
    3. Brian McKenzie
      I had a hard edit stop at step two saying my profile is 'NOT' complete - but I do not see what I am missing. I have been here since February - enjoying the hives, creating honey and meeting other bees - Happy to be a Bee
    4. Donna-Luisa Eversley
      Seems like I am already an Ambassador! Let's make it official!
    5. Cyndi wilkins
      I'm with Donna-Luisa Eversley...Seems like we are already doing the job of an "Ambassador"...I am open to any other suggestions;-)
    6. Allen L Brown
      I have a suggestion for those responsible for choosing an Ambassador. Continue to think out side the box. While there should be guidelines be careful that you may over look a skill that doesn't always show up when you just look at how many social media friends they may have. Take me for example. I have a strong following on my internet station. I have political and business contacts across the USA and in several countries. That is an intangible that should not be over looked because you may have others that may possess that it factor. .
    7. Oliver McGee
      I would be honored to be an ambassador. I have over 100K followers across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and GooglePlus. I'm Fox News and Aljazeera English aviation expert, and former Clinton US deputy assistant secretary of transportation. I believe I've already completed all of your required steps you can verify and let me know if I'm missing something? I'd be honored to promote BeBEE and produce lots of high-quality honey as excellent content on breaking news, raising the profile and user engagement of the new social media platform.
    8. Mark Blevins
      I get an invite to become am ambassador every day. It says I have to update my profile. I've filled out all the info in the profile and your site still wants me to update it. Not interested
      1. Teresa (beBee)
        Hi, Mark. If you can send an email to ambassadors@bebee.com our team will take care of it! Sorry for the troubles!
    9. Bill Stankiewicz
      I agree with the earlier comments here too:by Allen L Brown: I have a suggestion for those responsible for choosing an Ambassador. Continue to think out side the box. While there should be guidelines be careful that you may over look a skill that doesn't always show up when you just look at how many social media friends they may have. Take me for example. I have a strong following on my internet station. I have political and business contacts across the USA and in several countries. That is an intangible that should not be over looked because you may have others that may possess that it factor. . I have sent my suggestions & interest in April & am still very interested to be an Ambassador. Best regards, Bill Stankiewicz
    10. Jitendra Wagh
      Really, commendable work