08 Sep Thank the Internet, Honey
These days, the internet is an essential aspect of your business. That’s why search engine optimization and online marketing are so important. Of course, the internet is also a vast source of fascinating information that you probably would never would have discovered in an analog world. And with that, we would like to wish you a very happy National Honey Month!
September is apparently the National Honey Board’s favorite month. If it weren’t for the internet and sites like Brownielocks.com that have compiled extensive lists of offbeat and lesser-known holidays and celebrations (as well as a few down-right odd ones!), we might never have known about National Honey Month.
If you are looking for ideas as to how to celebrate this sweet commemoration, the Honey Board has some suggestions for you.
National Honey Month
This year, the Honey Board is dedicating National Honey Month to the honeybees. These busy bees not only produce honey, they also pollinate more than 35% of the food you eat (assuming you don’t live off a diet that includes only Twinkies and Cheetos).
Now, as you may have heard in the news, bees are having a hard time of it lately. They are dying off at alarming rates and hives are collapsing across the country. With that in mind, it’s not surprising that theme for National Honey Month 2020 is Honey Saves Hives.
There are lots of things you can do to help bees – like cut back or eliminate your use of pesticides, especially a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids. During the month of September, you can also help by purchasing select made-with-honey products from Kashi, Justin’s and Frönen. Each of these companies will donate directly to bee health research organizations, including Project Apis m., the largest honey bee non-profit in the U.S.
September is also a great time to get customers buzzing about your business. That’s where your honey-loving friends at SEO James, a digital marketing agency based in South Florida, come in.