tsū is a free social network that shares up to 90% of ad generated revenues with its users. You use it like Facebook or Twitter, but you keep the ad generated revenue. Sweet, eh?
tsū shares social revenues that come from third party ads, sponsorships and partnerships.
tsū receives 10% of the revenue your content generates in order to cover the costs of doing business.
After that, 50% the remaining earnings are paid to the user who created and shared the content.
The other half of the remaining earned revenue is distributed to the user’s network Family Tree in thirds.
Tsu users are users just like any other social media platform. You get online to share content with your friends, family and business network.
The more you share, the greater your potential to earn some extra money.
You may not make a million, but you will earn more than you do for sharing on Facebook or Twitter, right? It’s your content, why should they keep all the revenue your content generates?
Here are the three Most Important Tips
Grow your Network
You’ll need to have a good number of followers and your posts need to be engaging in order to earn money. You also get paid when someone you invited actually joins Tsu.
So, start inviting your friends to join. Use the shortcode (your profile URL) so that your family tree – your network – grows. The stronger your network, the more sharing, the more revenue potential.
Avoid spamming and other tactics. You will be banned. Just go out their and start inviting your friends and colleagues.
As they join and share, your revenue will grow. Once the accumulated amount in your Tsu account hits the $100 mark, you can cash it out.
If you are friends with a user, than each of you automatically follow each other, and you will share both levels of content in your feeds (‘Public’ and ‘Friends Only’ posts).
They recommend you only befriending people you actually know or want to know. Trust us on this one!
Choose a Niche
In one sense this is a tactical move. On the other hand, it is the most natural thing for a genuine social media user to do.
Don’t be a try-hard. Choose a subject or topic you enjoy sharing about (it may even be yourself) and start sharing it.
Try and be consistent in the subjects you tend to cover and the way you cover them. In other words: If your a video lover, start sharing your best video’s.
If you have favourite sites, start sharing form those with your own comments and your own take.
The key is to be known – and appreciated for something. If you want people on Tsu to follow you – and you do – then make yourself predictable. Make it clear to me what kind of content i am going to be hit with if I follow you.
An important point worth noting is that Tsu also pays you for content hosted on other platforms. For example, if you already monetize your videos on Youtube, you can share them on Tsu and earn more.
You can make money 3 ways by combining Tsū with YouTube® and following these steps:
- Publish your video on YouTube®, unlist it and ensure it is monetized on YouTube®.
- Take the YouTube® video link and publish it on your Tsū page where it will show a preview of the video.
- Take your Tsu short code and announce everywhere that you have a new video on your Tsū network.
This method allows you to make money:
- On YouTube®,
- On Tsū
- On any new Tsū user wanting to see your video.
The content you share is forever tied to you and you earn 33.3% of the revenue they create in perpetuity and about 11% of their audience’s income that they make forever.