Recently, Empire Avenue made a few changes to how the Algorithms work. In other words, many people who were gaming the system, should see a bit of change in their dividends. If you’re posting 200-400 post a day to Facebook and wonder why your dividends have changed, this is why.
The short answer. Rather than make a long lengthy blog post like the EAv team did, I figured I’d shorten it a bit. With no further ado, here are the changes.
Empire Avenue: Login and do some transactions (even if you just buy or sell one or two users) regularly. Send shareholder mail and be active in your communities, and get others to respond to your posts.
Facebook, Facebook Pages: Post statuses. The more comments and likes you get on those statuses, the better.
Twitter: Post tweets. The more people retweet you, the bettter.
Flickr: Post photos. You don’t need to post 200 photos every day, just get people to interact with the ones you do post through their comments and favorites.
YouTube: Post Videos. Again, no need to post 20 videos a day, just get people to interact with the ones you do post through their comments and favorites.
Foursquare: Check in to locations. Busy, verified locations (like those with specials) are worth much more than frivolous ones like “my basement”. Write tips, and get others to complete them!
Instagram: Post photos. The more comments and likes you get on those statuses, the better.
WordPress: Post blog posts, and get others to comment on them.
LinkedIn and Blogs: Due to limited available information about these connections, we pay a lower, fixed amount for Blogs and LinkedIn. They only contribute to your earnings if this amount is among your top five earnings.
All Networks: Your earnings and dividends will increase as you increase your Network Score.
Many of you have noticed that how EAv worked before is that the content changes would be effective every couple of days. Notice, the big drop you had after being away for the weekend. They’ve changed that. Now, it’s going to make changes based on Several Weeks of activity. Which is a great game changer. This will factor in your lack of weekend activity and average it all out.
What are your thoughts? Will this make EAv a better system? You know longer have to make 200-400 post a day to have great dividends. Just getting people to interact with you is a much better approach and a great key to survival on EAv. You may have noticed top players such as e(Pirillo) skyrocket their dividends. This is because they have a lot of community interaction. Especially on Youtube and Facebook. This is key.