Tsu: Get paid for being social

Tsu is a new social networking app that introduces a reward method to users for “organic” posts.  It has been growing success for the corporation, as  there are over 1 million active users.

Tsu is a new social networking app that introduces a reward method to users for “organic” posts. It has been growing success for the corporation, as there are over 1 million active users.

Michael Clark

Social networking:  many of us use it. Ever since the Internet hit its big debut in the 90s, it has influenced average lives, and especially after the launch of big name corporations, like Facebook and Twitter, it’s the craze people can’t get enough of. Over the years it has evolved, and two problems have developed.  More recently, a growing portion of us haven’t necessarily been socializing in the friendliest way, and what you “post”, “share”, and “tweet” doesn’t belong to you. After this, you may be questioning what you know social networking to actually be and if there is a solution.  I introduce you to the “revival” of what is truly social networking.

What is Tsu?

Tsu is a social networking app that introduces a monetary-based rewarding system for good organic content posted by users. The “tsu-ddictive” vibe of the new social networking phenomenon instantly went viral with over 50,000 downloads after the first week the app became published. It’s catching on so fast, but why? It could be because of the friendly interface Tsu offers. Tsu is made up of a big community of upset users that disappeared from Facebook because of how they don’t get along as well with friends from other sites as they do with their Tsu friends.  And as mentioned previously, there is an even bigger reason people are getting so hyped–money.

So I Actually Get Paid?

Users that produce good content get rewarded with a daily royalty distribution. Tsu pays their users 90% of the money made by users that attract ads. Companies will target users with more publicity when displaying ads. Therefore, the more public a user gets, the better. Just posting and sharing isn’t the only way to make a good profit.  A user can make a family by inviting new users.  As a new user signs up, Tsu will ask which user invited them.  Once the user acknowledges that they were invited by another user, they will join their family. One last benefit that many people will appreciate — Tsu never asks for information regarding anyone’s bank account. But once Tsu receives a request to draw out money by a user, Tsu will require a mailing address to ship a check to.

Have any questions?  Check out their website: https://www.tsu.co/