Tag Archives: buzz

 

This is How Bees Celebrate Social Media Day

Today, June 30, marks the second annual Social Media Day, and event created by the ever-popular Mashable. People are gathering all across the country in honor of this occasion. While happy hours and in-person gatherings are fun for some, we at Beekeeper like to put our own spin on #SMDayDC. Check out how the Beekeeper Bee celebrated today: Built our hive of friends by pollinating our Twitter feed and Facebook page. Checked out what was happening on Google Buzz. (We […]
 
 

Un-BEE-lievable Dance Skills for a Cause

In light of the disappearance of honey bees around the world, Haagen-Dazs asks us to consider a world without honeybees. In a microsite that touts “Haagen-Dasz Loves Honey Bees,” the bee-loved ice cream maker teaches us the importance of these insects’ roles in pollenating fresh produce. Naturally, those here at Beekeeper Group couldn’t agree more. This crisis could not only be detrimental to the honey bee population, but it could also severely impact buzz-ness! So, here’s a video from helpthehoneybees.com, […]
 
 
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Death to BUZZ Words!

Being a recent job hunter, I found the LinkedIn Blog’s “10 Most Overused Buzzwords” entry very interesting. Obviously my occupational hunt was very successful, sacking me a position as Research Assistant (aka: intern) here at Beekeeper Group. Yet I still felt that the article pertained to me, and to my fellow resume- writers (lets face it, who ISN’T actively trying to build their resume?) because it offered statistical data and insight into the ten most played out “Buzzwords” in the […]
 
 
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Are Your Supporters Blades of Grass or Busy Bees?

Imagine a blade of grass. It grows and looks pretty. It can’t move, but it does bend to the prevailing wind. Its function is to be cut down, chewed up, or pulled out. Each blade looks just like the other and can be easily replaced. Now imagine a bee. It flies freely pollinating across many miles. On its own it creates buzz. When working together as a hive, it can deliver sweet results. Nurture it with a varied diet and […]