I'm loving TSU The Social Network that Pay's Members to Invite Friends
Just experienced some amazing growth out there on a brand new social network known as TSU. I'm sure many Persona Paper writers have heard about it by now. I would like to see the platform itself on there, and just making their presence known because everything that get's posted on TSU get's monetized almost immediately. Actually it is immediate :)
So yeah if the Administrators here are smart, maybe give it some thought. I'm not asking folks to jump ship here on Persona Paper, what I'm saying is that there's a much better way through the rabbit hole they call the monetized social web today. Huge corporations are joining it, celebrities, big and small businesses, NBA players and soon to be all of Hollywood. Then all the Sharks will move in and the place will be flooded with far to much people and no space to grow your networks out.
Get in where you fit in people. This is one of those opportune upper level minded moves that if anything deserve a bit of Google researching as to it's true online potential. Rather than folks getting tossed to the dumps as a null and void non-existent online platform. Look up "TSU New York Times" or "TSU Fox Business" and don't shoot the messenger.
My two short codes are FPCVirtual - Official Business Location
the other is CloudExplorer - Personal Hobby location and for shits and giggle style networking with friends.
So yeah you can open personal and business accounts you choose which ones to mother or father into it using your member short code.
You also can use a friend of mine who invited many people to it from Google+ her short code is: Fiesty56
Her real name is Deb Jones. Once the Admin here decide it's a wise move to make or not, I'm sure they will. Please thank Deb and not me I just got back here from one of her TSU posts that is helping to promote PersonaPaper to help keep this place alive and well.
She's a lovely recruiter. Maybe if y'all try giving folks referral incentives it can help a great deal as well, if you don't have such in place. I gotta run and start recruiting a bit more myself. Hope folks enjoyed reading my post.
"The Butterfly Effect is in full Effect on the social media world of today, jump in on the action before the effect runs out."
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paigea wrote on November 9, 2014, 2:02 PM
Oh my there are so many sites out there. I just cannot feel up to joining another one!
carmela wrote on November 9, 2014, 4:55 PM
'm already on Tsu. i tried posting some of my photos just to see if my 0.0$ earnings will move a bit ... sadly it did not move
easyway wrote on November 9, 2014, 7:54 PM
lol. your here too paigea.. you doesn't even change your name from bubblews. Lol
iwrite28 wrote on November 10, 2014, 2:10 AM
I have tried TSU and am not too thrilled about it. First their payout is at $100 and then they only add a few pennies per day. It is going to be years before you reach cashout.
CloudExplorer wrote on November 10, 2014, 5:43 AM
It's all about invites at TSU and yeah the money is very low at the moment, but we're not really required to be there all the time, interact all the time, or write all the time. It's for content publishers like us who already been building up content for years and can use it as a wiser route for the followings and subscriber base we've already amounted up!
Most people have no idea how powerful a thing that is, because it's never been done on this magnitude as TSU is offering folks. Now imagine all of the PP community joined it under the owners invite here. Now the owner would have a huge network there and a soon as they posted a single image, shared a single post of someone else, liked, and chose to communicate with others there. Each interaction there becomes worth millions because all of those folks that excepted the invite more than likely are also inviting others in and so on and so fourth. It's like a MLM but much more lucrative because what we're selling their is what we already are doing on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, etc... we're simply pushing content around from person to person on a network wide scale.
The other huge aspect folks don't realize at the beginning of this sort of upward growth, is what hidden potential all this following, and friend adding has long term when there's not many boundaries like Facebook has in terms of networking your ideas to many more people, steering them towards your profile which has you web location and social profiles you wish them to find. If you invite enough people to it there, you'll be set for life I'm pretty sure.
CloudExplorer wrote on November 10, 2014, 5:56 AM
My bad on any typos or misspelled words, but you get what's I'm saying. Since this has never been tried online there's a great deal of speed bumps in the road up ahead, but I'm sure those who have figured out the who parenting "Family Tree" concept on TSU will become the victors in the end when things begin to hit the Billion dollar earnings for the owners. Much of that capital is coming to the early adopters who helped it grow to it's highest potentials it can in terms of membership growth. I for one will not miss this boat.
The people who are set to survive out there will surely be the ones who know the copyright laws, and fair play in community interactions online. So you see us online writers already been through all that and so it's our rightful place to thrive! to lead others who have no idea about the laws such as the DMCA and proper photo attribution, the Creative Commons, Public Domain etc...
This is how I see it, it's our time to shine and to show the world that we are new age leaders as writers online help to make the online world have greater significance today, because we bring order to it all.
BarbRad wrote on November 10, 2014, 12:32 PM
OK. I bit, just to get an insider's view of this. I still don't get the point of a social network consisting of people that doesn't include your real-world family and friends who aren't going to leave Facebook or join another network just to make a few pennies. But we'll see. My user name there is the same as here -- BarbRad.
Feisty56 wrote on November 11, 2014, 12:16 PM
Thanks for the shout-out, CloudExplorer, even if you did misspell my user name. lol It's all good, as they say.
I've been finding interest in Persona Paper on Tsu, using my referral link, but also posting my own and others' posts from here.
Ruby3881 wrote on November 16, 2014, 1:20 PM
I couldn't agree more about Feisty56 and her recruiting efforts. She has been promoting Persona Paper on Tsu, and I'm hoping that we'll see some good results from all her hard work. Great job, Deb!
Feisty56 wrote on November 16, 2014, 10:23 PM
Thank you. I am hoping that the success of Tsu and the success of Persona Paper and its members come together -- two great concepts.
Ruby3881 wrote on November 17, 2014, 1:24 AM
I think using the two sites together to promote content on both is a surefire way to help both young sites grow :)