Agree with the first 4 but as for 5 I believe that EA has become increasingly faceless. Multitudes of messages and threats and suspensions from entities that we have no idea who is behind and zero answers to support requests and questions in the past month. I believe that whoever is running EA has zero idea how to integrate what has been built with any kind of business and that their appreciation of the internet, web design, social media and especially customer service is inept at best.
In the past 6 weeks I have had around $400 taken from me in payments I made for a Mercury premium account but I was granted no access to that account. Total loss in eaves around 350 million so far. No replies at all to several requests and questions about this. Was treated similarly from other accounts i manage as well. Appalling really but seems to have become the norm Paul.
This week Empire Avenue has been doing a blog-a-thon. It’s a great idea to rally EAvers to blog about Empire Avenue and get some bring some additional visitors and publicity to their blogs, as well as to Empire Avenue.
Sounds like a win-win-win to me.
After more than 33 posts and 1200 posts, Empire Avenue Tips is one of the longest running blogs about Empire Avenue, so I couldn’t let this opportunity pass without contributing a post.
So, why am I still engaged in Empire Avenue after all all this time?
Here are 5 reasons…
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