Empire Avenue Beginners Guide

Social Media and Empire Avenue

Empire Avenue Beginners Guide.

An excellent beginners Guide!

 

We are Empire Avenue

A great place to build your social media expertise and reputation. #EAV

Empire Kred

Empire Avenue is an international social networking site run  by the members and much much more , let our members explain .

Empire Avenue to me has always been part-social network, part-business network, part game, part social medial analytics, and part social media TRAINING.  Empire Avenue teaches one how to best utilize their social media networks and provides you with a WORLDWIDE network of the most talented business owners, developers, designers, entreprenuers, writers, muscians, hackers, coders, bloggers, programmers, ever.
Empire Avenue is a “game based on real world social media interaction” which means “you can compete against other players or your own record” which gives you “daily motivation to improve your engagement.”
Empire Avenue offers “detailed analytics”, which means “you can measure social media engagement by network “which gives you a “fun and easy way to spot what’s working – and what’s not.”

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Thank you Empire Avenue Community!

A really great way to connect!

Empirical Leanings

eavleaders_badge If you are on Empire Avenue you may have noticed some rather major changes on the platform. And yes I’m being pretty understated. Let me see if I can summarize…

Empire Avenue is a platform of social media influencers, marketers, enthusiasts and creatives. Using Empire Avenue’s Missions and Social Stocks game, you can truly grow both your social audience and your social engagement. The core of the product lies in a couple of virtual currencies: one an in-game currency and one a rewards points system that you can convert to Amazon gift cards (as an example) for helping spread content to your social networks.

I’ve been proud to serve this amazing product, company, team and Community over the past 4 years and more but we all knew a change was needed. While I remain on the Board of Directors, I have resigned as CEO. However, while we will continue looking…

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rictownsend (@rictownsend on Twitter) was nominated for a Shorty Award

See on Scoop.itorglearn Career Success rictownsend

See who voted for rictownsend in the 5th Annual Shorty Awards, the awards for the best of social media.

rictownsend‘s insight:

Currently 4th in #australia

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rictownsend (@rictownsend on Twitter) was nominated for a Shorty Award

See on Scoop.itorglearn Career Success rictownsend

See who voted for rictownsend in the 5th Annual Shorty Awards, the awards for the best of social media.

See on shortyawards.com

Wisdom!

Cperky's Blog

It is a truism that people want to believe in causes greater than themselves. That belief is central to the nature of purpose and its role in organizational intention, and even in the way we focus.

It is also true for leadership. Followers want to believe that their leader stands for something and, to an extent, might be better than anyone else at the job. Such conviction defines the reason followers defer willingly to leaders.

It comes down to doing well by doing good. In doing so, leaders provide followers with an example of purposeful and principled living. People not only want to follow such leaders but also do so with great enthusiasm.

Adapted from  John Baldoni

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