You helped fund it – Now help decide it!

Here we go!!

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Your support of our Childhood Cancer event was both significant and much appreciated. What we need to do now is to determine where to send the proceeds. Here are the nominees:

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation http://www.curethekids.org/ Working together to fight the deadliest form of children’s cancer. The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is on a mission to cure the kids.

CureSearch http://curesearch.org/ In the complex world of children’s cancer research, no independent organization currently coordinates efforts between academic scientists, drug developers, and policy regulators to advance new treatments and cures. Moving forward, CureSearch is proud to play the role of convener and collaborator to bring these key parties together.

Alberta Cancer Foundation  We believe collaboration propels results, which is why we bring together patients and families, researchers, health providers and donors to make a difference in the lives of Albertans. http://albertacancer.ca/

Dana-Farber takes a 50/50 approach to treating pediatric patients and conducting…

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Connect-a-Palooza: Friend, Fan, Follow

Another great event!

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Get ready for four full days of connecting all across social media! Connect-a-Palooza is all about fan, follow, friend. Look for people who share your interests, buy their shares, connect with them on your favorite networks, and like and share their content.

Empire.Kred recognizes 8 networks for scoring. Connect-a-Palooza includes a few others that are used by players, so this is your chance to expand your networks everywhere.

To play:

  1. Request to join the Connect-a-Palooza Community
  2. Come back at 10 a.m. ET on July 29th. (That’s 14:00 UTC).
  3. Add your name and username to threads for each social network you use.
  4. You can get ready by putting a list together of all your social networks.
  5. INCLUDE TOPICS YOU POST ABOUT along with your link.  If you tweet mainly about TV and celebrities, say so. Or, if you tweet mainly about social media and leadership, say that. Taking time to add a…

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Empire.Kred Blogathon 2015 Results

Wow! It´s Great! Congratulation dear friends!

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Firstly a BIG thank you to everyone who entered the competition.

We are very grateful to Sarah Arrow of Sarkemedia who has judged the competition .

There were entries in three categories

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The winner is Robert Zarywacz with ‘It can be lonely in the crowd cloud, so find friends on #EmpireKred’p_lg_ROBERTZ_0c8523b37f91Business

The winner is Avil Beckford with Time Management Techniques – Which is Right for You?p_lg_AVILBECKFORD_e1bbd50a6ba9Social Media

The winner is Matthew Carpenter with A Christian’s Guide to Social Media p_lg_PASTORFLBC_522b562ac22f

The overall winner is Robert Zarywacz

PEOPLES CHOICE

The winners in this section were chosen by the members of Empire.Kred

The Winner Michael Q Todd with Strategy. How I got my Empire Kred price to about 2400 and get daily benefit from itp_lg_MICHAELQTODD_29f7b87131202nd DES Daughter Network with The Full Frost Moon 20th FullMoonEngageMe Social Media Event on EmpireKredDEsDAughterJoint 3rd

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Nicky Kriel with How…

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Why Invest in the Social Stock Market? #EmpireKred #BlogAThon Entry EKB16

Very INteresting Post! thanks

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The sixteenth  entry in Blogathon 2015 is from Buddy Hodges from Orlando, FL , a member of Empire.Kred since May 2015

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Why Invest in the Social Stock Market?

What if Social Capital could be evaluated, purchased, and leveraged? “Influencer Marketing” is a hot topic today, but networking (leveraging trust and influence) has been around since tribal chiefs negotiated around campfires. One of the best kept “secrets” among social networks is Empire.Kred .

Connect with “Connectors.”

The social network “Empire Avenue” was recently purchased by the Klout competitorKred. The “Empire” is not only a social network like Linkedin, but it also includes a “stock market” for social capital. The value of a member’s shares is largely determined by influence on other social media, as well as engagement with others.

You can read the full blog post here 

If you would like to enter the Blogathon you…

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