Luxury Problems on Empire Avenue - No hard feelings . . . OEM*
Same applies so SoMe. Including EmpireAvenue.
Like every SoMe, eg. facebook 5,000 connections limit, twitter 2,000, LinkedIn 500, etc., also EmpireAvenue has limits and fresh greens/upgrades you may or may not unlock.
But would you unlock a new green and start grazing before the last green is done ?
Better make sure the current green is done and thus can produce healthy fresh green all over once the herd moved on, right ? Please correct me if I am wrong here.
So how does that picture compare to EmpireAvenue (AND other SoMe networks btw too but with different parameters) ?
My cracking blog . . . Empire Avenue - If you leave me now . . . gives you already some hints, especially the feedback from Sibren what is working out fine for him in terms of time-saving usage of EAV (short term for EmpireAVenue).
But there's more in detail pros may want to be aware about although it may be not considered THAT social . . . ;-)
Today I followed a mission with a striking headline . . .
Full in alignment with my philosophy 'no-strings-attached' apart from the obvious link which is a must requirement for being put behind the mission (and gets you clicks wherever you want them and depending how much people like what they click . . . even more - see also Ketan's blog Pay with a Tweet? as reference)
So I did the mission. Minutes later I found a so-called shout-out from the sender on my EAV profile . . .
+10.. thx for completing my Mission, you may also reinvest ;)
Lovely, I thought. What has happened ? First they implied 'no-strings-attached' which was all fine. Later they put out a bait and made an initial investment of 10 (min/max 200 - max/max 1000 is possible at the time of writing this blog). Asking me to re-invest. Their Divs were about 0.10 - very low. All over not a good investment.
So should I be polite and return the gainings from their mission as re-investment ? I decided to write them . . .
Thanks so much for your shout, loved your 'no-strings-attached' mission. Nice info-graphic btw . . .
I reinvest 201 - 900 on investors who go in lead with 200 shares. And I keep those investments.
Re-investing on 10 shares from you now would just take up a much needed slot for MUCH higher divs otherwise.
Hope you get my drift.
How would you have handled this ? Thoughts ?
Oh, and yes, when you think this blog about something you've never heard about before is a huge waste of time, keep on ignoring - there's much more to it on different layers than meets the eye ;-)
This too is OEM*. It is as it is. Says love.
Love, peace and poetry.
53/60 to go to see 200
Have fun, Andreas Wiedow
* Own Erudite Musings