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Empire Avenue members joined together to share best practices, discuss trends, and give investment strategies. Hosted by Jim Durbin (smheadhunter) and Ron Capps (nicheprof)

Empire Avenue members joined together to share best practices, discuss trends, and give investment strategies. Hosted by Jim Durbin (smheadhunter) and Ron Capps (nicheprof)

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  • 1. (e) Nicheprof Professor Ron Capps (e)smheadhunter Jim DurbinFriday, April 29, 2011
  • 2. General Profiles • 100% Complete Profile – Biography – All Connections (blogs, RSS Feeds, Slideshare, Etc) – Determine what you want from the game. • Dividends versus Stock Price – Dividends bring short term yield (1% of stock price best) – Buying and selling newcomers yields wealth (portfolio), and eaves (-5% per transaction) – Stock price and Dividends (2/3’ds based on social activity outside EA) – Top five accounts count towards price (unlock advisers with invites) • Communities – Join as many as you can, and change if you’re not getting what you want. – If the group isn’t interesting, make it interesting – Session Training • Responses – Be polite, but only do what you want to do – Utilize shout outs from stock price buys to form a connection 2Friday, April 29, 2011
  • 3. Stock Tips • 1:1 dividends is always a good buy • Find $10 newbies before they connect their accounts • Use Leaderboards (Recent Arrivals) to identify stocks that can still double or triple • Watch connected players for their twitter index buys • Connect with a community, interact, and other players will buy you • Careful selling stocks of reciprocal buysFriday, April 29, 2011
  • 4. Behavior and Policing the Community • The community is new – But there have been several stages – No clear view of right and wrong other than common sense – As importance grows, so do community rules • Selling and Buying Services – Like a networking meeting – Access, but only until it’s abused too much – Be interesting, and connect off site • Community policing – Communities and administrators can take action – Start with individual, private comments – Aggressively target spammers 4Friday, April 29, 2011
  • 5. The Future • What Do You Want It To Be? – Sales, Recruiting and Marketing – Big Brands/Loyalty Programs – Training system – Stock market • Growth and opportunities – Identify a need, provide a solution, contact EAV – Investment (company, personal, other) – Understanding gamification • How can we evangelize it? – Integrated profile marketing (badges) – Showcasing case studies 5Friday, April 29, 2011
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  • 7. Questions: • Question 1: – Answer • Question 2: – Answer • Question 3: – Answer 7Friday, April 29, 2011