Bee Informed


Hello @BadGamer99

Thanks for stopping by. No worries, we're open to every kind of feedback. It's helping us building a better product and focus more.

About following vendors/businesses/entities on existing social networks, we would like to clarify that this tool is for those use cases where user wouldn't like to be linked to the information provider for any reasons. Several examples:
- I want to buy something from retail shop but I want to fully control communication channel (maybe my data could be sold)
- I have addiction problems or depression and silently seeking for the help/advice, but not ready to publicly follow relevant pages, or maybe to give phone number on their site "to be called" just to consume those first information
- I have some kinky habits and wouldn't like my aunt mention on Sunday lunch what I've been liking recently. (now would I like to create additional fake fb/tw profile to follow those things)

So it's not about usual ways of getting information. And we already mentioned social media algorithms. Have you heard people saying that something popped out too late on their FB for example?

While it may look like another ad platform, that's not a primary focus. Focus is what Bee can offer while delivering your information. How it delivers them. And it can be ads as well. You can have coupons and incentives within Bee, but that's not what Bee is about. We're aware that it's easily confused with another channel where you can advertise products, but Bee is really about shifting the control of communication to the end user.

Hope it's more clear now