SMM: Simply Bee Observation Facebook page

SMM: Simply Bee Observation Facebook page

Simply Bee in Hopefield is a long standing client of ours and during was commissioned recently to boost their facebook page and blog on their website. 

We authored over 10 blog posts so far and have started creating social media to populate the facebook page. 

To date we have gained 50 new followers – we started on Thursday, 23 April 2020. We have overhauled the Facebook page by refreshing the contact details, adjusted the Facebook page template and integrated the shop on the observation centre Facebook page. 

Social Media Posts

Blog Posts

Staying healthy during COVID-19

Our immune systems are remarkable defence mechanisms. It’s constantly scanning our bodies to protect it against foreign cells and disease pathogens. It never sleeps and helps us cope with pandemics like the current COVID-19.
“..our immune systems will need to adapt unaided to COVID-19” says the World Economic Forum.

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Recipe: Natural Anti-biotic

Make your very own natural anti-biotic to boost your immune system and help your body to ward off colds and flu.

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Blog: The life cycle of the Honey Bee

Blog: The life cycle of the Honey Bee

Blogs are good for SEO and helps your website to climb faster in rankings, especially if you share the information from your website to your social media profiles. Word dense text with your keywords spaced out strategically to spice up the SEO game is the perfect way to gain organic rankings. 

Simply Bee in Hopefield is a long standing client with a beautiful skin care product. We are proud to be associated with this dynamic and pro-active company. 

The Life Cycle of the Honey Bee

Author: Lynn Dreyer | Published on https://observation.simplybee.co.za 

The lifecycle of a honey bee consists of three main stages: the larval, pupal, and adult stages. Within a normal hive situation, a single queen bee lays fertilized and unfertilized eggs. Fertilized eggs can hatch worker and queen bees, unfertilized eggs hatch drone bees. Eggs hatch after about 3 days, but development rates and processes vary among bees within the hive, as well as between species in the genus Apis. 

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