4 Reasons #EmpireAvenue is the Best Game You’re Probably Not Playing

Sitting in a packed electric train, on my way to the city from an outer suburb, I could not but help notice, that on an average, one out every three passengers had a mobile device in his or her hands, doing something with it, definitely not talking, as talking on the phone.

What were they doing? Playing games?

Forget the teenagers. The serious looking adults, what were they doing? Playing games? Do adults play games on their mobile phones? I was surprised to learn that the adults are the ones who play serious games on their mobiles.

I immediately thought of Empire Avenue, and did realize that it was a game, just as good as any other, and more than just fun, the Missions on Empire Avenue gives one the ability to achieve greater reach and a greater audience for their social media content.

Read this article, 4 Reasons #EmpireAvenue is the Best Game You’re Probably Not Playing published by Cdog Zilla on his blog ‘cryptonaut-in-exile’. I am partial towards anything Australian, when I am on the Internet. We Aussies have to stick up for each other.

I digress. back to the article in question. This is what it the article says:

Saturday, July 12, 2014.

4 Reasons #EmpireAvenue is the Best Game You’re Probably Not Playing.

4 ReasonsTwo questions first:

1. Do you use one or more of: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram, Flickr, LinkedIn, or Foursquare? If you don’t use at least one of those, you may want to skip the rest of this; however, if you use one or more (especially if more), then you may want to read on.

2. Do you play any casual, browser-based/mobile app games?

If you do, then Empire Avenue (EAV) may well be the best game you’re not playing.

I’ve talked about EAV before, you can refer back to those posts and watch the video below, to get the gist of how it plays like a virtual stock market in social media users. This time around, I want to focus on the main reasons why its worth playing for casual social media users and bloggers. Especially its (largely untapped) potential for fandom and politically engaged social media users as a platform for supporting their interests … while playing a game.

Read the complete article ‘4 Reasons #EmpireAvenue is the Best Game You’re Probably Not Playing’ at http://www.cdogzilla.blogspot.com.au

The Empire Avenue Manifesto

There are many valid and compelling reasons why any person who values his or her online presence should be a part of the Empire Avenue network, but the reason that comes first to my mind is ‘Online Prosperity’

If you want to prosper online, then you must be a member of Empire Avenue.

Many people think of it as an online game, but that is selling Empire Avenue short. It is much much more than an online game.

Before joining Empire Avenue, I did a lot of research, and the article ‘The Empire Avenue Manifesto’ by Randy Gage on his website www.randygage.com was the most convincing.

This is what it says:

Okay let’s start with a disclosure: I won’t join your Mafia family, I don’t spend my money buying virtual farm animals, and I’m not going to water your God damned plants. I don’t have time to play Internet games.

But I’m all over EmpireAvenue.com, and I suggest you do the same. Why?

Because it’s about your prosperity. It’s much, much more than an online game and it has a great deal more value than as simply a pleasant diversion. It can actually help you monitor your brand, and cultivate business.

So that’s the next caveat…

If you’re looking for gaming tips, this is the wrong article for you. There are plenty of places to get that info. This Manifesto is to tell you how I use Empire Avenue to grow my business, and how you can grow your own business. So let’s start with…

What is it?

Read the complete article ‘The Empire Avenue Manifesto’ at www.randygage.com

Empire Avenue…….Worth your time?

There are hundreds of very compelling reasons why one should join any particular big social network like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or the like. Justification that your online presence would contribute to the ‘Search Engine’ popularity of your linked website or websites thereby bringing about the much needed flow of customers for the product or services promoted by those websites.

It is not as easy to use such compelling arguments to promote the joining of smaller and lesser social media sites like Empire Avenue.

Trevor Kohlhepp from Social Brothers, LLC gives you all the reasons why, in his article ‘Empire Avenue…….Worth your time?’

There is one network that I would say is worth it, Empire Avenue.

For those of you who have not heard of Empire Avenue it is a virtual Social Media Stock Market. Each user becomes a “stock” that
can be purchased and sold by other users. Upon signing up with Empire Avenue you are encouraged to connect your other profiles, including YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, FanPage, Flickr and Twitter to your account.

Read more….of
‘Empire Avenue…….Worth your time?’

I am sure Trevor Kohlepp would have convinced you, so, if you have not already done so, click here and sign up at Empire Avenue.

After you have signed up find me (NOELBEN) and purchase as much of my stock as you can afford, mention this article and I will max out on you in return.

After you have found me and purchased some stock come back here and leave your comments.

‘Tweet’ what is it and why do it?

Twitter, launched in July of 2006 by Jack Dorsey, is an online social networking website and micro blogging service that allows users to post and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as “tweets”, and has become one of the top 10 most visited internet sites.

As of the 11th July 2014, according to the ‘Statistic Brain’ and verified by sources such as Twitter, Huffington Post and eMarketer, Twitter has a total of 645,750,000 active registered users with 135,000 new users signing up everyday and 58 million average number of tweets per day.

These statistics establish that the chances of your target market actively using this social network at multiple times a day every, single day is very high.

A ‘Tweet’ can be a great resource for sharing information about upcoming events, product releases and general customer experience.

Twitter gives your customers direct access to your business, thereby providing you with the ability to push information to a wider range of people, and receive prompt and above all live customer feedback.

With annual advertising revenue of $405,500,000 in 2013 Twitter provides its users with multiple sources of value for any business size, especially when setup and managed properly.

When you join Empire Avenue, you will realize the value of a ‘Tweet’ and see how effectively it is used.