Empire Avenue’s Rocket Fueled Glide Path
Empire Avenue’s Rocket Fuel seems to have put me into a nice orbit. In 10 days I went from 5,250 views per day on my YouTube Channel to a high of 10,835, and now I seem to be coasting on a slow decent down currently dropping to 9,117. As I have said with all my posts about EA these stats closely reflect all of the other stats I collect for my content.
I think the main reasons for the decent is that I have launched somewhere between 60-80 Missions over the past week or so and so many of the people now completing Missions are already Channel subscribers. It is obvious that the user interaction has a multiplier effect when it comes to YouTube’s internal recommendation algorithm so I think since my rate of subscriber acquisition has dropped off so has my standing within YouTube’s rankings.
When I first saw this I was scared that I would have to dump money into Empire Avenue in order to keep up my increased traffic, but ironically after I did the math I found that I still have more Eaves then I have bought. As I stated in an earlier post I paid $300 for 1,350,000 Eaves. AFTER running 60-80 Missions and paying out for hundreds of Rewards my current Net Wealth is 1,477,079 Eaves (and this includes the 3 50 Reward Missions I launched a few minutes ago).
I’m very curious to see what the long term results of EA will be. My main cause for concern is the new users acquisition rate of Empire Avenue itself. It seems that if EA can drive in new users to its platform then continued growth is almost limitless, and there is the real possibility of seeing another “booster” burst to my stats. If EA itself stalls in growth it may mean that the whole system stutters…
I’m still as giddy as a school girl over my results. The fact that my $300 purchase of Eaves is still untouched is only icing on the cake.
The main thing that I find that I would like to see is some way to view over all activity on EA as a platform. Such as with a normal stock exchange you can know if it was a “lite” or “heavy” trading day in general. It would be nice to see how many “IPO’s” are launched per day and per week to get a better feeling of the “game board”. I am saddened to think this is probably the type of information that EA doesn’t want to release, but as a “player” I would find them highly useful. I could do a little better job of market timing and such…
As always my stock can be found at: http://www.empireavenue.com/etcg
If you don’t believe me about what Empire Avenue can do for you… believe my stats!