Month: March 2014

Promote Your Eaves Missions

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You can now Promote Eaves Missions as well as Vees Missions. Previously you could only promote Vees Missions. A promoted Mission is displayed at the top of the Missions page always. Promoting a Mission is like running a Google Ad into the Search Results: More Views, more Completions, better Mission Results!

Promoted Missions work by buying “Promoted Mission slots” which are available in the Empire Avenue Shop. A single use of promoting a Mission is $5 and a pack of 5 Promoted Missions is $20. Please note that a Mission is “Promoted” for 12 hours or until the Mission runs out (which ever comes first). You can only Promote A/B graded Missions. Promoted Missions may be downgraded manually and they will stop being Promoted at that point, so please make sure you read the Missions rules and guidelines!

When you are creating Promoted Missions you can choose the…

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Week – #22a Imagination Running Wild

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We are in another ‘review’ week and I am focusing on imagination this week.

Interestingly, reading David Cain’s post today I found it perfect for my current state of mind.

The thinking mind is like a perpetually-running chainsaw that thinks everything is a tree. – David Cain

Me thinks I ‘think’ too much! Do you? imagination2

Thinking is a wonderful tool if it’s applied. Thinking, however, can not become the master. Thinking is a very bad master. If you’re dominated by thinking then your life becomes very restricted. – Eckhart Tolle

What will imagination do for you besides inventing castles in the sky?

There are no shortcuts in life – only those we imagine. – Frank Leahy

I am wondering how much imagination really takes place in the world today. The various ‘thought camps’ appear nothing more than mirror images of each other.

If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t…

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The Power of a Good Title!

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What’s the difference between “Incredible new gadget arrives from the future” and “Visit My Web Site”?

Chances are very good you were immediately drawn to the first title and you probably wanted to explore the content. The second title probably aroused curiosity, some dread and potentially left you wanting… That’s the power of a good title, headline… while we are all taught never to judge a book by its cover, a really good title and headline can make all the difference in the world!

Recently we implemented “Mission Grading” for those creating Empire Avenue Missions. From A-F we use a mixture of automatic algorithmic analysis of your Mission and manual grading to indicate the marketing potential of your Mission. The Mission grading isn’t there to punish you, but rather to show you what we have seen as great marketing tactics.

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Yes… We want you…

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Why Bloggers Need to Audit their Links

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Link audits are essential for bloggers who wish to optimize their sites for search engines. They are now just as important as developing the right content and getting people to link to your site.


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Why Bloggers Need to Audit their Links

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Kamal Bennani Photography

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Link audits are essential for bloggers who wish to optimize their sites for search engines. They are now just as important as developing the right content and getting people to link to your site.


See on www.billhartzer.com

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The 6 Types of Conversations Everyone Has on Twitter [Infographic]

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According to the Pew Research Center, there are only six types of Twitter conversations. Learn what they are in this simple infographic.

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Why Bloggers Need to Audit their Links

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Kamal Bennani Photography

See on Scoop.itSocial Media, SEO, Mobile, Digital Marketing

Link audits are essential for bloggers who wish to optimize their sites for search engines. They are now just as important as developing the right content and getting people to link to your site.


See on www.billhartzer.com

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