An open letter to ecademy's Lyndon Wood

Dear Lyndon,

Welcome to ecademy. I hope you are settling in. If you need any help with the site's functionality, just ask: there are plenty of people who will be happy to help you get started. Admittedly, not as many as there once were, but there are still a couple of hundred of us still hanging around the place, eager for something to do.

You've probably realised by now that you've purchased something which serious business people often describe as "a bit of a lemon". More accurately - and to stretch the metaphor as far as it will go - it's a slice of lemon which once flavoured a delicious and positively mood-enhancing G&T, but has since been dropped in the ashtray and had several Royals stubbed out on it. It's not a happy lemon; not at all. I think this is what is termed in business circles as "lack of due diligence" although since I don't really consider myself a business person, this is really outside my skill-set.

The good news is that this can change.

Those of us who have been around a while appreciate how difficult it is for anyone first getting to grips with the online environment. It's a bewildering place, with it's own unwritten rules and conventions, and it must seem quite mysterious to you at times. The key to succeeding online is to let go; accept whatever happens as "the right thing" to have happened. You have no control here; you might "own" the site, but you don't own the members, and it is the members who are the product, not you, and most definitely not the site.

With that in mind, it is encouraging that you have begun recruiting ecademy Ambassadors from the ranks of the ecademy membership. These are people who know the space, and can move things forwards - although I'm curious about some of the appointments. Without wishing to embarrass anyone, and I certainly won't name names, I wonder how sensible it is to rest your recruitment hopes on people who, although they might have been a member for some time, have never posted a blog, commented hardly ever, don't engage in any groups, and have, in effect, done nothing at all on ecademy.

Please don't misunderstand: I have no desire to undermine the work of the Ambassadors, who will give their all, I am sure, for a 25% share of the 10 quid a month they receive from new sign-ups. Although I'd have thought it might be more fruitful to try to entice back those people who are already members of the ecademy community but who have let their membership lapse. But hey, what do I know? I probably just don't "get it". I've only been online for twenty years or so, I'm still a beginner.

As a beginner, I'm also encouraged that you are assembling a team around you. Good business people know that they can't do everything, and they delegate the things they either don't have the time or the skills to do themselves. I do wonder, though, whether it's sensible to recruit people with so little knowledge of this space that they have to ask basic questions - of a site with perhaps 200 active members of varying experience and knowledge - as to the hows or whys or whether-or-nots of advertising on facebook or youtube. I am bound to wonder - beginner that I am - whether someone who has to ask such basic questions is really qualified to lead ecademy into the next phase.

Welcome to ecademy, Lyndon. If I can be of help in any way, please let me know.

Yours sincerely,

Derek

Ethical Karen Maskall

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Good luck to you Lyndon.. you've got your work cut out but I am sure that you have the commitment and the correctly chosen team of good people who you trust to lift you up .. if ever times get hard. That's what teamwork is all about. As they say there is no "I" in teamwork... and of course there is no product without customers... there was a little shop close to where I live.. lots of people were always complaining although I thought there no foundation for their complaints in the main ... yet the strange thing was... even though they kept complaining they kept going back for more.. isn't that a strange phenomena? Then one day there was a sign in the shop... if you dont like it either lump or go take your business elsewhere.. .... the shop began to thrive.. and the complaints became less and less.. how strange is that? Anyway... sometimes in life we have a cause for a complaint or more politely a cause to say we are not entirely happy with something.But we do this tactfully and with integrity. Now this might happen once and resolution is found and the supplier gets better having learnt something. But there comes a time that the supplier knows in his heart that he is doing good and doing his best for the majority. And as far as the complainants are concerned.. then by all means complain.. ONCE , even TWICE.. but more than twice ...........then just GTH outta here if it is no longer to your liking! merry xmas to you all.. may 2013 be exciting and prosperous to the honest of heart and mind... Complainers change their complaints, but they never reduce the amount of time spent in complaining. Mason Cooley

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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Can we remain friendly and respectful in our comments? We are not enemies, are we?

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Robert Turner

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"I consider it a complete waste of our precious times" lol Then feel free to stop replying :) "I am personally sick and tired of the type of comments emanating from this good-willed blog" Big fan of Derek and his work, and his comments and blogs - Not such a big fan of people deliberately spamming the pages with irrelevant nonsense then claiming it was on purpose to demonstrate irrelevance - That's just silly

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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Okay! lets solve this once and for all as I consider it a complete waste of our precious times. Let us baptise my response as: INTENTIONAL DERAILMENT. I derailed intentionally to prove that I am personally sick and tired of the type of comments emanating from this good-willed blog from Derek Sorensen. Are you okay with this Robert? Obioha Ezekwesiri. Derek, I support you to disable comments on this blog, it is causing derailments here and there.

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Derek Sorensen

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I'm seriously considering disabling comments on this blog. Please stay on topic or start a blog of your own. Thanks.

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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Well, two different topics could be joined together by the use of +, and etc. That is English language, I cant help it. Have a wonderful day Obioha Ezekwesiri

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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Did I derail? An open letter to ecademy's Lyndon Wood

Hi Robert. You surely did not understand my info. The title of my response was: "My Offline-Long-Weekend + Lyndon and Derek are friends" Note that whenever + is used, it denotes two different issues as specified above. So I spoke of two issues. I never meant to address ONLY one issue as you imagined. My response started with: " I thought we all agreed to focus on Derek's other blogs of great significance and those of Lyndon. Did I not tell you that Lyndon and Derek could be drinking tea together somewhere?" In other words, people kept misunderstanding Derek's and Lyndon's democratic remarks and defenses. No need for that if we are a real Business Network Note also that I disclaimed before writing about what interests me (as at that time) more than the simple but sharp remark made by Derek over Lyndon which I am sure would motivate Lyndon to better organization of Ecademy and which was also almost causing some level of misunderstanding that could threaten the pillars of the digital brotherhood between members, If not watched. By writing the way I did, I disclaimed that I am personally tired of this seemingly misunderstood topic (An open letter to Ecademy's Lyndon Wood) and immediately announced what interested me at that moment. I also copied a part of my response and published it as: "My Offline Long Weekend: NO INTERNET, NO GSM, NO GADGET ". I thought I could cover the Lyndon - Derek issue with the story of My Offline Long Weekend: NO INTERNET, NO GSM, NO GADGET Enjoy the photos though. But you are proving me wrong. Note; I could derail like everyone else, but by announcing two topics forehand and indeed speaking about the two, I avoided derailment. Your ONLY punishment for misunderstanding me is an Offline-Long-Weekend: NO INTERNET, NO GSM, NO GADGET. Thereafter, you would begin to understand me better. I hope. Bye Robert.

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Martin Dewhurst

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Brilliant graphic Robert. That's a LOL. It's amazing how often this occurs, think I must be guiltiest of all parties too :-)

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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My Offline-Long-Weekend + Lyndon and Derek are friends

I thought we all agreed to focus on Derek's other blogs of great significance and those of Lyndon. Did I not tell you that Lyndon and Derek could be drinking tea together somewhere? My Offline-Long-Weekend I want to reveal my feelings and memories of my Offline-Long-Weekend experience @ Artkids Foundation Community House in Amsterdam (www.artkidsfoundation.org) First I turned my computer systems off, also turned off was my GSM tel. I then trained myself on Soccer as usual; as if planning to play for Barcelona and later; I played and worked with kids ...still enjoying the memories of my Offline-Long-Weekend I then took a walk through the Ouderkerkerdijk close to Oude Kerk aan de Amstel (quiet like the night) while witnessing the sun obey the commands of the almighty. Together with a group of parents, I enjoyed the Artkids Community Camp Fire Then I realized the stress we all go through each day with use our telephones, computers and other gadgets. Consider taking an Offline-Long-Weekend soon. Dont forget to turn off you gadgets otherwise you would think you are resting while your brains are working. Blame it on the 21st century gadgets Greetings Obioha Ezekwesiri

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Milton Rodrigues

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I reckon that the senior group of BlackStars and Foundation Members are KEY ! They are the ones who stuck by Ecademy through thick & thin. Solicit their opinions & their advice, pls. MILT.

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Derek Sorensen

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Something funny about this blog - likes keep being added and then others taken away. It's been fluctuating around the 48-52 "likes" mark for quite a few days, and is currently at 48. Do people "like" it when they first see it, then remove the "like" when they finally understand it? It's not something I'm really all that bothered about, but I think it's rather weird.

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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I have just done that Derek. I only encountered a problem as I could not choose Business from the list. So I published as Boardroom. Thanks for the advise and keep advising me. Cheers

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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Goog morning from Holland Sir.. Thank you for the encouraging words and direction. This kind of genuine and unadulterated guidance from fellow Ecademist makes me feel good and secured. Actually I am hearing of ROSEE for the first time and to be honest, I love this kind of events. I will love to be there. Let's see how things develop. Thank you for inviting me. Obioha Ezekwesiri

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Phillip Khan-Panni

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Thank you Obioha and Martin

You have both introduced the element of caring and empathy. Ecademy must not be confrontational. That would be the opposite of networking or community. Please put forward your ideas for making this platform a safe and supportive environment in which small businesses can thrive. Obioha, why not come to ROSEE in October? You'll meet up with a bunch folks in tune with you. PKP

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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You got it right Martin. I'm for unity and inclusion like you. That means having a mind without jealousy, hatred, envy or animosity. Before I was introduced to Ecademy, I wanted to establish a Business Social Network. I had started designing and mapping out strategies. But when I found out that Ecademy was doing exactly what I had in mind, I embraced it. Whoever is an ambassador would need a workforce plus the direct Ecademy team. That workforce is the Ecademy Community. So let us think of how to support these Ambassadors achieve their ambassadorial obligations to the benefit of all members. I feel encouraged. Obioha Ezekwesiri

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Martin Dewhurst

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UNITY Obioha, I have to say that real, lasting unity rarely comes from the top or the bottom, it comes from the heart of everything. You've doubtless heard the expression about winning hearts and minds. I believe this is the task in hand, it always has been. The challenge being, to win hearts and minds requires both clarity and humility. Clarity and humility are rare qualities and those who display them are usually busy working at grass roots, tackling social issues or working in the areas most would fear to tread. However, this doesn't mean these traits are not available to all of us, it just means that as a goal, for all of us here on Ecademy and other social networks, winning hearts and minds of those around us, in our immediate networks, in our broader circles of influence, is a priority. The change is down to each of us, the potential of this community is down to each of us. Each of us are capable of uniting people and of driving people apart. Ultimately each of us has a choice, to be for something or against it. I'm for unity and inclusion, I'm sure you are too :-)

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Engr. Obioha Ezekwesiri (ICT)

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The Derek Attacks and the Lyndon defenses scare an Ecademy infant like me. This debate reminds me the tragedies that kept Nigeria and most underdeveloped countries standstill economically and otherwise. What do i mean to say? Before the emergence of the present Nigerian administration led by Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, Nigeria had a team of criminals who embezzled public fund and created poverty. To my surprise then, on every election, the same faces and their friends will appear; and will win; and the corruption, embezzlement and poverty continued to the detriment of the innocent Nigerians. Then came a time when the youths swore that none of the" so called" experienced politician who had been there, or a direct family/friend of his/her shall lead the country again. The youths then massively elected the present administration which comprised of youths themselves and few oldies. Today, Nigerians are happier than then. This illustrates that it is not how long one has enjoyed the membership of Ecademy that would qualify one as ripe for moving the Ecademy-Mission forward. After all, you do not know the potentials, networks, talents, ideas and other capabilities of the Ambassador in question. While I do not panic from such a blog as an infant, I do agree with Lyndon that such a blog only sends a negative message to the world and portrays Ecademy as not united. Let us hereby agree with and appreciate the leadership of Ecademy; and do our best to support their efforts. They are human beings like us. Thanks Obioha Ezekwesiri

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Phillip Khan-Panni

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The missing 'e', non-interaction, pak choi ... drifting far from the Open Letter, aren't we? Derek made some good points, and did so incisively, so we'd do well to consider them. At the same time, let's consider Ecademy a fresh opportunity. It exists, it has history, it has connections. It is up to members to make something of that. It is surely not incumbent on the owner to manage the relationships. He can only make the facilities available and better. I for one cannot understand the flak that has been sent his way. He has declared his willingness to improve the platform and help SMEs. Is that a bad thing? He is trying to find the right model for membership, one that provides the required facilities for a price that is both comfortable for members and realistic for the company. It is, after all, a business not a charity. Instead of carping, why not pool the accumulated wisdom of the past many years and make Ecademy what you want it to be? He wanted to talk to members about that at ROSEE last Monday. Only 37 booked in. He had to cancel at the last minute for legitimate family reasons, which I accepted. Despite that, there was fury from some. I have asked him to make a video for circulation to all, so that you can get the story from the man himself. You may not always be able to reach him directly -- it is not usual for the CEO to be always accessible. As London Ambassador, I may be able to act as the conduit, if both he and you agree. PKP

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John Paul

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Well, I'll remember you as the man who commented on the delectables of Pak Choi, or similar - hopefully for the right reasons.

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Martin Dewhurst

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Clearly not related to e-commerce, surely?

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Martin Dewhurst

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Like one of my big clients just did

I find that whenever I write the name Stuarte, I add the 'e' at the end unconsciously. See, I just did it again!! I have already sent emails out to unsuspecting Stuarts too who then remind me they have no 'e' at the end of their name ... Doh!

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Stuart Harris

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I hate to say that virtually the only reason I've kept on dipping in here is to see what utter [multiple expletives deleted] Steve Holmes has posted. In a similar vein also occasionally dip into the Daily Mail online to rattle my own cage. For the rest, Ecademy is now almost off my radar, whether for content or interaction. There are thousands of sites with fantastic content that could easily absorb all my waking hours if I let them. Even at its very best a few years ago Ecademy could not compete with them. That leaves interaction. Whatever the visitor stats might say, there aren't many people coming here to interact. There are a few valiant souls keeping things going, but at a very low frequency. I suspect it's dropped below critical mass. I'm sure Lyndon is a stellar business man but the Monty Python parrot sketch comes to mind. You know the one I mean, so I won't bother posting it.

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Glenn Hoddy

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Well after being a free member for many years I have finally taken the plunge to become a paid member....! Let's see the power!

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RealSteveHolmes Fading away soon

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Experts, innit? All experts.But life, you see, is chaotic, partially random, contrary and naughty. No one can determine the future, no matter what "strategy" they follow. Time all you peeps learned that. Past performance is no guarantee of future success. What is remarkable, is that Ecademy still exists. That's mostly because I post interesting things that peeps come back to read. So does Derek, sometimes, when he leaves out the climate change obsession. Nobody will return to read business bragging, childish optimism and crowing female entrepreneurs boasting about how great they are. Nobody will return in the feverish hope of completing some fabulously enriching deal on Ecademy. Even the dullest mind senses that that is unlikely to happen, ever, because people who do deals like that do not need or use Ecademy. They have their own secret networks where the real action takes place. That is how clever Thomas was: he sold everyone the false idea that they could be included too, along with those Richard Branson types. No chance. They only get rich by keeping it all to themselves. Any fule can see this except a fantasy optimist fule. Sorry, but the best thing about Ecademy has always been and always will be ME and people a bit like me. That's why it still exists. People. Community, innit. Business is a very long way down the positive virtues of Ecademy. Which is why of the 600 million who have registered at some time or other the 599 million + who were just greedy vultures have departed and only those who like to chat a bit remain and of those only the interesting ones like me ever post anything much. All this is so obvious that I am amazed anyone sees it otherwise.

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Derek Sorensen

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Thanks everyone who has commented so far, some interesting perspectives and I learned a few things too, that's always a good thing. I'm also pleased that my post was taken in the spirit it was intended: as constructive criticism, observations and suggestions for moving forward. I wrote it in the style I did because I judged that was the best way to get the point across. I realised that it wouldn't be to everyone's taste, but then nothing ever is. For the avoidance of doubt: I am not anti-ecademy and never have been. I'll admit to having been annoyed by some of the actions taken by ecademy's former management but those things are in the past, we have a new management team now and a new direction. I wish very much for ecademy to return to it's glory days, and many of my blogs, both recent and over the past two or three years, have been directed towards that aim. Some people say that will never happen, that the opportunity has been lost and with so many free sites around ecademy cannot compete. My reply to that is to look around and see that even with a much smaller membership people are still passionate about ecademy. You need look no further than the comments in this blog for evidence of that, and it is something no amount of money can buy.

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Binh Zientek

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This is the kind of debate which made Ecademy great when I first joined 6 years ago, please keep it going, otherwise it will be just about self promotion which is very prevalent on other forums. Derek's blog is constructive, and Lyndon's feedback is also constructive, let's keep the debate going to make Ecademy great again!

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John Paul

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Well, Ecademy needs to decide if it's a niche, subscription based social networking site (why would anyone pay for that?), or if it's a subscription based business networking site (that sounds worth a subscription fee), or a bit of both - redesigned accordingly. What I personally think is unrealistic, is for whichever successive site manager who is incumbent, to continue believing that it's ok to hang a vegetable on a string attached to a stick, charge for it for reasons possibly not appropriate to mention publicly, whilst not necessarily offering anything of real value back to it's members. I'm fairly confident that the membership doesn't comprise wholly of semi - retired arm chair entrepreneurs, though, I could be completely wrong?

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Alan Stevens

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I've managed an online community myself - Which? Online, a community lunched a year before Ecademy, growing within three years to 100,000 members paying £14.75 each month. I was the keynote speaker at the first global conference on virtual communities in 1995. Like some here, I also go back to the old days of online bulletin boards. My take is that you can't make an online community go in any direction that the members don't want to go, unless you start banning and blocking people. When I managed a community, I used to be online every day, chatting to members, watching debates and answering questions. The members used to post mostly consumer-related questions and ideas, but sometimes they'd post jokes, surreal threads and esoteric discussions. In my view, that was fine. Most online communities are self-policing, with an excess of anything attracting criticism. The one thing I would avoid, if managing a community now, would be to tell people to only be positive. The ability to deal with ay kind of feedback is the hallmark of a mature community manager. That doesn't mean that unreasonable activity should be ignored, but it does mean that the manager shouldn't instruct, but should allow the other members to step in. Some of the comments above (from Derek, William, the two Simons and the two Roberts) are well worth heeding, in my view. I fear that creating an adversarial debate, with the owner/manager on one side, and many active members on the other, could result in vital feedback being overlooked. Obviously, I'm no longer an active member here, so I offer these asides from an outside perspective. However, I have been there and done it, so feel that I'm offering informed feedback. Best wishes Alan

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Robert Turner

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"whats the motive behind this critical writing?" I read this as a rather positive piece from a long-standing member of the site that offers help and support; it points out that ecademy is not perfect, but also that it has a lot of potential - Why the knee jerk defensiveness to everything that is offered as (constructive) criticism? "Online is no different to a call center full of people the difference is online people feel they can say and do anything without any comeback" So it's no different, but one of the differences is...? Confusing mixed messages a little here! ;) That aside, the fact you think that there is no difference between how people act online and how they act is a call centre is an alarming revelation for someone running a (largely online) networking site. "I will leave it up for the time being to see what others have to say" Lyndon, this is slightly worrying - the suggestion is that if anyone posts anything constructive/probing/questioning (or in fact anything that you don't specifically want to hear) you will take it down? This implies you are looking to build an army of sycophantic bloggers who do nothing but post supportive messages about you/the site and anyone who speaks out is what? Charged with the ecademy version of sedition and banned/censored? Threats of censorship rarely work out well, especially in an online environment. "It is this type of blog that scares and pushes people away Derek," On the contrary - it is this sort of blog that encourages healthy debate; the kind of thing that attracts views and opinions and encourages people to join in - surely the very elixir of networking sites? "Happy to take £500k from you as half of my investment for 50% of Ecademy" Lyndon, are you seriously suggesting you paid a million pounds for a site that sold for £1 last year? Or is this the total you are planning to invest? (asking out of genuine curiosity) "So, to end I would appreciate a bit more support rather than narrow criticisms please, that if you want of course because you may not have the same passion for business as me." There are hundreds of posts wishing you well and supporting every decision you make, but remember, criticism is not always a bad thing; it shows you how others see things, it reveals to you how you come across to the wider audience, and can provide an alternate point of view; 'wood from the trees' etc. One doesn't have to agree with the critics, one doesn't have to like them, but it is useful to see how other people view things and if one is open minded, one can even learn from the alternative voices.

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Lyndon Wood

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Derek Now I guess I have to be very careful how I respond to your public post and would like to know why you put this up on the front anyway rather than message me with your comments directly, whats the motive behind this critical writing? One thing that has stood me in good stead over my 22 years in business and working with my 200 or so staff is that by giving people an opportunity some thrive and become extremely good at the role and very loyal to the business, maybe this is what is missing in small and lifestyle businesses, giving opportunity to create a success or two. The other thing about Ecademy is that we do have a good following and certainly plenty of new visits to harness. Yes the culture to some degree has to change or is changing and not everyone will like it but most seem to be enjoying it. Did you know that another major social site subscription model grew to 22m net profit last year doing less that we are doing with Ambassador's? Online is no different to a call center full of people the difference is online people feel they can say and do anything without any comeback, wrong, there is always come back even if it reputation damage by posting daft remarks about things they know little about or pretend to know something about or simply taking stabs at people for no apparent reason. Participating in a social platform is very very different to owning one Derek, trust me I know, do you? It is this type of blog that scares and pushes people away Derek, this is indexed by Google and found buy new potential members. I will leave it up for the time being to see what others have to say. So whilst your comments are read and heard I gained nothing form them I am afraid and that's not arrogance but I set out to learn new things and positive ones and invest in many things with Ecademy being my biggest investment and yes a gamble, 90% to genuinely offer guidance, knowledge, trading potential and all the lovely business things that business owners need to survive, grow and expand. I know not everyone will share this passion. Oh the other 10% will be ROI at some stage probably many years down the line after a few more risk taking ventures with a new platform for us. Guess what? I am doing the doing walking the walk at my risk not yours, how great is that. Happy to take £500k from you as half of my investment for 50% of Ecademy and you can take the day to day and strategic view too :) It may not work it may work who knows. So, to end I would appreciate a bit more support rather than narrow criticisms please, that if you want of course because you may not have the same passion for business as me. Please take this in the vein it is written, which is in the same tone as yours I guess. Thanks Lyndon P.S any typos I am still waking up :)

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Stella Holman "The Connector"

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Derek, Well, if you want to criticize the people who have applied to be Ecademy Ambassadors , why haven't you put your name forward? Actually, I agree with what Lyndon wrote - give people a chance to excel!

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Robert Craven

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There is a great potential in the membership. RC

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