tsū: What It Is & Why You Need It

Perhaps you’ve heard of tsū but have yet to get the full details, as it launched just a few months ago on Oct. 21, 2014. I was surprised to learn that my teenage daughters hadn’t even heard of it, for a second I felt pretty darn cool… being in the know & such, but I quickly returned to reality. I don’t think teenage girls are really tsū’s target demographic anyhow. In tsū’s FAQ section, they share that their community is made up of all different people ranging from artists, chefs, photographers to college sport fans.

Why You Need tsū

tsū is an awesome place. A place to connect, engage & share ideas & knowledge with positive, supportive people of the same interests. A place full of inspiration & motivation. A place free of nonsense, distraction, & clutter. Clean. Just read on & you’ll see.


 So what is tsū anyway?

tsū {pronounced ‘Sue’} is a free social network & payment platform that shares up to 90% of revenues with its users.

On tsū, content really is King… original content that is. Obviously the fact that tsū shares revenues with its users is a new & groovy concept; however, tsū encourages users to focus on creating quality content. You own your content & your content has value! Half of your earned revenue is in the form of royalties generated by the content you post.

tsū has taken everything we like about social networks into consideration & has somehow eliminated all of the stuff we hate! For example, tsū is just as easy to use as all other social networks. tsū is also clean, they will not allow junk; spam, follow me/follow back, aggressive hashtagging, & no discriminatory, hateful or sexually explicit material. -Ahhh, refreshing! It’s an extremely positive & supportive atmosphere. It’s about exchanging useful information {“content”} & making new friends & acquaintances. Before sharing something on tsū one might ask themselves, “will this add value to the tsū community?”

tsū is invite only. → CONSIDER YOURSELF INVITED! ← You can sign-up using my link & we will become a Family. Which leads me to …

Your Family Tree & That Whole Money Thing

The other half of your earned revenue comes from the growth & activity of your personal social network. tsū shares social revenues that come from third-party ads, sponsorships & partnerships. tsū uses an algorithm in which they call ‘the rule of infinite thirds.’ One third of all users’ content-generated revenue is passed up to the person that directly invited them to join tsū. A third of the remaining shared revenue will then go to the person that invited that user, and so on. The generations of users in your personal network are a part of what they call your “Family Tree.” It may sound confusing but it really isn’t at all.

The best ways to grow your Family Tree & your Bank are to: share quality content as often as possible, continuously interact & engage the community, & invite quality people to join!

Do YOU have quality content to share? → Join tsū today! ←


Krista-Lee-Pfeiffer :: Blogger & Creator of TheSunnyShadow.com


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