Tsu and social networks
Tsu (pronounced sue) is another site (blog) social network similar to our famous facebook. If you share a little of my skepticism, you are now wondering what is the reason of its existence or what else Tsu has to offer from our famous facebook.
The difference is that the first promises respect of the content that is published by members and financial reward for it.
In a recent article entitled “The 6 reasons why you should give up facebook” (http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/239537), ANNA JAMES states in more detail some concerns about facebook.
In the last years and forced by the frightening success of facebook, new social networks were created, such as Twitter, Instagram, Google+, GloballShare, Ello and probably many more that I ignore .
They all have their pros and cons . Others will evolve and others will disappear . Evolution is inevitable.
Like in the computer world, so in the world of social network there is pluralism. For example, do you remember the ” war ” among browsers that started in the early 90’s
which resulted the majority of users to handle 3-4 different browser on each computer, where you formerly had only one?
Something similar will happen in the world of social network because Facebook is no longer sufficient to meet the needs of our electronic society.
The purpose of this article is not to compare them, but to inform you about tsu and give you a basic user guide.
What is tsu;
Tsu as I said is a new social network site that launched on October 14, 2014 with invested capital of $ 7 million primarily from Sancus Capital.
It is an American creation and therefore most members are coming from there.
Specifically, 26% of the one million members (up to 11/20/14) are Americans. Celebrities such as 50 Cent, NBA star like Tyreke Evans and Kevin Durant,
bands like Guns N Roses, and many more are already members.
In addition to respecting the privacy of publications, tsu rewards its members depending on the popularity of their publications. It offers 90% of its profits as a reward to its members. I must also say that all services for users are offered free of charge.
Tsu created by Sebastian Sobczak and you can watch the interview on Fox News:
How do I earn money ?
Tsu collects money from advertising, sponsors and partnerships and pays for clicks and views from ads placed in your content or in the content of your downline.
Tsu holds 10% of the profit and gives 45% to the creator of the content, and the remaining 45 % are shared to the network of the author. The more likes,
comments, content share or views you get, the more money you earn.So simple.
At this point let me tell you that if you want to subscribe in order to make a fortune, you will probably be disappointed! Currently the reward of the creator is approximately
2 – 4 cents a day (depending on the views, likes and shares) and, after having almost 400 friends and followers. Certainly the reward will increase if you invite new
users to your own tree (“Family Tree”). With 3000 friends, and with an empty family tree, revenue will increase to 12 – 16 cent a day and now things are getting more interesting.
One of the beta testers of tsu is earning $ 10 a day after two months of usage but this is probably an exception!
For more details you should read the official Faq (https://www.tsu.co/faq).
How to register;
You will need the link of another user. You will not be able to register directly from the main page of tsu. I would appreciate if you register from my own link (https://www.tsu.co/pameinos)
After your registration please follow me and send me a personal message indicating this article.
I joined , what to do now?
The first thing is to fill yor profile . Just click the arrow on the right , next to your name and select settings >> profile. Fill a small CV , add your site, YouTube, Tumbler and your Pinterest URLs.
You can connect your account on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so your content can be published on them at the same time.
In settings >> privacy set whether only your friends, or all members can see your content etc.
If you do not want to receive friend requests you can set that other members may only follow you, which means they will see your posts but you will not see theirs in your timeline.
Finally it is advisable to set >> notifications like the options proposed in the picture below.
Tsu is new and nice ! It’s simple to use and it works great without crashes. Always improving and new functions are added.
It has applications for mobile and tablet (tsu Android app, tsu iOS app).
For now, it has broken all the records of growth and has all the prerequisites for a brilliant future.People say: “the early bird gets the worm” and this applies here. Those who will get involved early will have the greatest economic benefits.