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22. What is Tsu?

I have been reading about Tsu more at here in these days. I understood that it is similar to facebook but we can earn money there. From the referral link of one of Persona Paper's friend but I lost at the sign up page. So I am wondering if any of you can explain me in very simple words about Tsu and help me to sign up at there. I like to earn money from online writing or survey or PTC sites. However to say, frankly I only earned some amount of money from the No-longer attractive site :( Other than it, I don't earn. I am also on Paidvert but all my coins are always lost for playing slot machine game there. At the same time, I also would like to suggest me for any good slot machine games which can earn money :D


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tafmona wrote on November 17, 2014, 6:13 AM

I joined tsu but I have not known how to earn, I did some few activities there but they did not earn me anything I also wish to know how to earn from there...

paperdaisyflower7 wrote on November 17, 2014, 6:16 AM

I just joined TSU but not active

AdGoggleKo wrote on November 17, 2014, 6:22 AM

I am not interested to join "invite-only" sites. Tsu is designed for marketers and "richers". I am poorer than rat so I stick to sites that would work on my junk phone. LOL

Dawnwriter wrote on November 17, 2014, 6:32 AM

You can use my code https://www.tsu.co/Dawnwriter to join. (I hope this is not violation of rules) I have been there for 2 weeks and earned just 3 cents but there are many who say they are earning a lot more.

maxeen wrote on November 17, 2014, 7:12 AM

I joined a few days ago but I am also not clued up yet.

facenorth wrote on November 17, 2014, 7:13 AM

here I am again, reading another article about Tsu. Well, it is being talked it means it has some good things in it.

Ellis wrote on November 17, 2014, 8:27 AM

I'm having teething problems with it so far...

Ruby3881 wrote on November 17, 2014, 10:45 AM

Anything I might be able to help with, John?

Ruby3881 wrote on November 17, 2014, 10:57 AM

Tsu is, indeed, basically like Facebook. The main difference is that you get paid a revenue share in exchange for your content. That, and the community is more open and sociable than Facebook, and there is a great deal more concern about things like quality of content and not posting copyrighted materials without permission. I like to look at Tsu the same way I do Persona Paper: it's smaller and less known, but it's better run and more equitable than the competition!

You earn money on Tsu by just posting short status updates. It could be a comment about the fact that it snowed overnight, or a picture of your kids on the way to school. It could be a link to an interesting news story, or to a music video you really like. Same as on Facebook, really. But if you decide to leave the site, Tsu will revert all your rights back to you. And of course, you get paid for your content and interactions!

Earnings depend on how active you are and how many people are in your network. Some people have been on Tsu a week or more, and have only earned a penny or two at best. Others have been on the site almost a month now, and are already earning several dollars a day. Myself, I've been there just under two weeks. I'm creeping up on that first dollar, and I am now seeing earnings as high as ten cents in a day.

It's not a lot. Keep in mind that the effort is minimal, though. You post a one-liner, maybe like or comment on a few other posts, and you move on. You don't have to meet any minimum character count, and you can post in any language you like. It's a great place to promote your content from Persona Paper or other content sites. And it's an easy way to earn a little pocket money while you're in between other tasks. Even your kids (teens, with parental consent) or your granny can join in too!

If you need an invitation, you can use my short code: Willowyfe. When you go to the Tsu web site to sign up, just give that name when asked for the code. And if you have any questions once you arrive, you can message me. I'm happy to help!

iwrite28 wrote on November 17, 2014, 12:18 PM

Ruby3881 has explained the TSU model in great detail. Would just like to add that getting an active bunch or friends and followers is essential. I have not had any success whatsoever there.

brown-paw wrote on November 17, 2014, 1:40 PM

It is better if you read Tsu's learning center.

Ellis wrote on November 17, 2014, 2:23 PM

I'm not able to comment...maybe I'm doing something wrong...

BarbRad wrote on November 17, 2014, 7:02 PM

It's hard to add to what Ruby3881 said. Just don't expect to earn quickly. You will need to post original content often and make lots of friends and followers. After a week, I only have 21 cents.

Ruby3881 wrote on November 18, 2014, 12:38 AM

I'm at 67 cents after two weeks - probably closer to 75 cents after today's royalties come in. I haven't done a lot of recruiting either, but I've made some friends and gained some followers. Most of my children and their children are not very active, so it would seem it's still possible to succeed without having an active network. I do hope that I'll be able to get some more active folks to sign up under me, though!

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on November 18, 2014, 1:42 PM

Did you verify your account via the email you were sent? I read somebody else who couldn't post until she did that.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on November 18, 2014, 1:48 PM

I think our strategy on Tsu should be much like our attitudes on Persona Paper. We are new members of a new site. It's going to take awhile to build both the site and our account on it. It's a long-haul situation. We'll be rewarded down the road when we're both successful. In the meantime, if we make a few cents bringing more readers to our work, that's a few cents more than we're getting sharing them on Twitter and FB.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on November 18, 2014, 1:52 PM

I think Tsu is going to be a profitable place to promote our writing. Right now there are a large percentage of writers. Writers are much more likely to click on the links of other writers because they are in the same position and know what it means to have someone read your work. I've just started, and I've already read quite a few Persona Paper and Bubblews posts that I otherwise wouldn't have known about, plus a couple from HubPages and Daily Two Cents. Besides, it's a great place to connect with other writers outside of a writing site where we're not restricted by the commenting policies of a particular site.

Ellis wrote on November 18, 2014, 5:36 PM

I've got it sorted now..thanks OldRoads...all verified and set to go...

idyll wrote on November 18, 2014, 11:15 PM

Thank you so much all of you for your well explanation on my question. Now I figure it how tsu is but the sad thing is that Tsu site is not working properly on my office pc so that I can't sign up there yet. I will try at home and will let you know when there is something :)

slexy143 wrote on November 19, 2014, 10:41 PM

as tempting as this tsu sounds, I think I'll stick to the few writting sites I already joined.