Learning more about Tsu, the social network that pays you!
If you’d like to join, you’ll need an invitation so here’s mine to you: http://tsu.co/JoinUsAtTsu!
(I am cravenly copying content from my friend John, who kindly invited me in!) Since joining Tsu a few hours ago, I’ve been interested to learn what the payment system looks like. Here’s the basic breakdown:
The company, Tsu, gets 10% of the ad revenue generated. Of the remaining money, you get 50% and the network (or family tree) above you gets the other 50%. Fairly simple really!
Why let Facebook and Twitter get all that ad revenue, when you as the content creator are doing much of the actual work? That’s where I see the value proposition in Tsu.
The user interface is easy, intuitive and functional. You’ll find most of the features you’ve come to expect from platforms like Facebook and Twitter, except on Tsu you’ll be generating your own ad revenue for growing your network.
Is this another ponzie scheme?
Good question! No, in this case there is an actual product being sold, i.e., the ads. Meaning there is revenue being generated in a legitimate way. However, for the system to be sustainable there have to be people who aren’t just there to build a network for money. People have to actually generate and share valuable, interesting, content, which attracts clicks on ads with valuable products and services offered.
Will it last?
Who knows, but it has a lot of potential, and $7 million dollars in seed money; and getting in as an early adopter has many advantages!
If you’d like to get started, and see what all the fuss is about you are most welcome. Come on in!