Maximizing The Use of Ecademy For Business

Ecademy is a business and social network started in the UK by Thomas and Penny Power et al. 

It is quite popular with start up businesses, entrepreneurs and SMEs, and has a good blogging platform and some useful SEO links, a Google Page rank of 6/10 and other goodies. The SEO ranking is reason enough that anyone should consider joining Ecademy to propel their blogs on subject matter to the top of Google and get noticed. There is no hype in this ideal – it actually works!

The secret of Ecademy that makes it rock is that it is user friendly, and quite addictive to a degree that draws an advertising revenue for using it. Instant feedback provides lessons in blogging, and increases SEO score.

On top of that the platform has it’s own score that you can collect from engaging with real businesses, high level of learning in communication techniques, which can turn into real business opportunities and collaboration.

The Add your post goes out to hundreds of links example of which are Bebo,, Blogger, Buzzy, Diigo, Netlog, Plaxo, Skyrock Blog, Sphinn, Squidoo,, Tumblr, TwitThis, VOXopolis, TopSiteler,, Taaza, Tagza, Sonico,, Twitter, Typepad, TweetMeme, Yammer, Yig, Youblr, ZingMe, Youbookmarks, Vyoom, Yahoo Bookmarks, YardBarker, Yoolink, Webnews, Tvinx, Virb, WireFan, Whois Lookup and many many more.

In the past there were a lot more meetings which were free and easy to join, these days any networking event costs and thus attendance is limited. Recent marketing encouraged boardrooms, so-called events that brought a brand of networking into mastermind groups – a brilliant and outstanding method of collecting wealth. Though I have not yet been invited to such an event, time is never on your side – would it be worth it? – not sold on the idea…are you?

If I want a one on one consultation I will just phone up the person I want to meet and book one.

What about you – would you have time for Ecademy?

Or would you rather safe network – quote from the rule book:  “Ecademy accepts that members will from time to time use secretaries or virtual personal assistants to operate their account on their behalf.” In such a case the account holder is simply acting through that secretary or p.a. and no intention to mislead or deceive is present. Only the account holder is responsibility for the actions on their account.”

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