On October 12, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. EDT, Empire Avenue (EAv) will host [X]Pendapalooza 11, a 24-hour social event that has been held only twice in the past year. Empire Avenue is a virtual stock market game that pays "eave" dividends based on players' social networks and activities. For an [X]Pendapalooza event, dozens of established players spearhead a buying frenzy that elevates the stock prices of newer players.
Now that the dust has settled on the latest Empire Avenue event known as [X]Pendapalooza, you may be wondering how to make the most of your sudden gains in connections, share price, and portfolio wealth. Here are the Empire Avenue (EAv) strategies I recommend to capitalize on your [X]Pendapalooza gains.
Are you preparing for [X]Pendapalooza 10, April 20, 2013 on Empire Avenue? If you have been thinking about joining Empire Avenue (EAv), the social media stock market game, this buying frenzy will be a great opportunity to connect with hundreds of new investors at once. Many players are also generous with their missions during the festivities and provide new players with the eaves they need to invest in others.
Empire Avenue has always been an excellent tool for monitoring your social media and online activity, and networking with more people. While the gamification of social media and influence scores will continue to be discussed and debated, services like Empire Avenue or Klout, if used correctly, can be extremely valuable to businesses.
Content Marketing for your business means creating great content and sharing it to your social networks. But it also means looking for additional, sometimes creative ways to get what you're writing in front of more people. What do you think are the best tools for getting more traffic to your blog?
Many businesses are beginning to realize the benefit of having an account on Empire Avenue. If you don't know what EAve is, it's an online game where players invest in each other. Your share price and stock performance is partly tied to your social networks like Facebook and Twitter. So, unlike sites like Klout which simply measure your social networking activity, Empire Avenue is much more interactive and engaging.
Empire Avenue is an online game that has achieved enormous popularity lately. It is a form of stock market, where every player is a stock and you can buy or sell shares in each other. Your share price and dividends are based on not only your in-game activity, but your real life social network activity as well. Users connect their Facebook, Facebook Page, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts and Empire Avenue automatically records and scores your activity. Users are also able to connect one or more blogs and RSS feeds.
We're often asked by our business clients which social network should they use. Certainly, most businesses should have a presence on almost all social media platforms in order to reach the broadest possible audience, but surely one is better than others for business, right? We'll review the top networks and how they can be used for business and perhaps we'll find an answer to that question.