Promote via Empire Avenue

Promote your business using Empire Avenue

Gain exposure, followers and name recognition.

If you're working from home and just starting out you'll probably find yourself with a limited budget.  Truth be told, the launch period of any business is the hardest and most critical to long-term success.  The question is how do you get exposure for your new business with a limited budget.

Empire Avenue is one answer.  Empire Avenue is an online "stock market" of other marketers and social media folks.  To play the game you basically buy and sell other players stock and complete "Missions" to gain additional "eaves" (the virtual currency used in EA).

At this point you may be asking yourself what this has to do with advertising and promoting your business.  Simple... you create missions to reward other players for promoting your business.  The very epitome of "social media" and social proof.

How it works; to begin with you must have some social accounts.  This can be Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google +, Instagram or whatever.  You create posts using your social accounts and post "Missions" offering others "eaves" for promoting your posts.

For example, you tweet (#Twitter) about a new product.  You create a Mission offering 25,000 eaves (or more or less, it's up to you) to fellow EA members to retweet your post.  You launch your mission and people start sharing your content and collecting their reward.  It's really simple and takes just minutes.

Your tweet gets retweeted to thousands, maybe tens or hundreds of thousands of people and it cost you nothing but "virtual" currency.

Here's a video overview

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Ingrid Khadijah said...

In the day and age where Google and other search engines are looking for more social engagement to rank sites. I really depend a lot of Empire Avenue! Similar services like this cost upwards to $100+ a month for a basic package (aka Triberr)...

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Angelika said...

Interesting! As an Empire Avenue newbie, I completely agree with your post. It's taken me a while to understand what I am doing (still not really sure ;-) ) but I do see the benefits it can have to my business. I'm currently testing it with my first mission!

Mary Helen Ferris said...

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