#SocialSales “Rock Star” Promotes Self With False Content On EmpireAve “Missions” System

Why would administrators of Empire Avenue (now EmpireKred) allow social sales “rock star” Keith Gill, AKA Digital Keith to run demonstrably false content through Empire Avenue (now EmpireKred) social media promotional “missions” system?

Even after Klout demonstrably proved his Tip No. 1 was incorrect, Mr. Gill continued to run his self promotional content, hosted on Sales 4 Life, through Empire Avenue’s mission system.

Most of the words from this blog are from Keith Gill, the social selling rock star from our client, Copper State Communications.

His “missions” ran, despite reporting the false content directly to Empire Avenue Admin Robby Ball.

This is extremely strange conduct from a business engaged in social media as their business.

Far from accepting Klout’s own response to a direct inquiry, Chris Sandys, a leader at Empire Avenue (now EmpireKred) contested Klout’s explanation of their own scoring system and algorithm.


One can only wonder if new owner, Kred, has cleaned up EmpireKred and no longer allows false content to be promoted through their “missions” system?




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