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Is Ecademy dead?
 
 
 
 
 
 

Is Ecademy dead?

Long before Facebook, there was a website called Ecademy. Aimed at business it was supposed to allow online networking, a sort of early LinkedIn, but less rigid.

In recent times Ecademy has become a bastion for the die hard networkers, filled with small business owners, all eager to gain business, its next to useless for the simple fact that everyone is trying to selling something, no one wants to buy anything.

The site itself looks dated and old, the functions are clunky and it lacks the grace of LinkedIn or the massive user base of Facebook.

Its only a matter of time before Ecademy goes the same way as so many other early networking sites, and closes down.

 
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