What Is The Tsū Network Pronounced Sue ?
Before going into this review I want to say for the record that I have joined several paid social networks in the past. All of them failed miserably and regret ever having anything to do with any of them. With saying that I want to say one thing you will not have to do is to pay to join this particular social network. It has been my experience that when social networks start asking you to pull out your credit card look the other way.
Mainly because the reality is simply people are joining the network to get paid which means they more than likely aren’t going to provide any real value to your life in any way.
Here’s some of the basic details about the Tsu network. They were founded Oct 14, 2014 this means they are relatively new. Again the reason why I actually decided to join this social network is because it didn’t cost me any money. The emphasis of this particular network is you getting paid for the content you produce.
Unlike Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and a bunch other social networks that really don’t give back to you. This particular network gives you up to 90% of the ad revenue you generate.
To me it sounds like a win/win situation. It’s free to join, you earn revenue for the content you do provide. Of course there is a catch. Your content has to be worthwhile content. Junk is junk. We junk all the time on places like Facebook and Twitter. What makes Tsu better at least in theory is people need to think about actually putting up more engaging content. This makes for a better social network. One that isn’t fueled by spam. Because as we know spam is annoying as hell.
Tsu Network Got On Regular TV Programming
I don’t know if this is good or bad. What I do know is this means they are serious about putting out a good network for people to join. I want to again stress that this interest me because they are willing to pay me ad revenue that I generate. I pride myself in putting out valuable content for my followers, subscribers and members…
Many times I share some great stuff and I don’t get anything in return in the terms of financial compensation. At least youtube will pay you ad revenue for putting your videos out. One of the things I am wondering right now is can increase the revenue I am earning from my youtube videos by sharing those same videos over at the Tsu Network?
I don’t really have an answer for that at this time. Of course as time goes on I will have a better understanding how the network works and if my efforts there are rewarding me with Cha Ching….
For now though check out this video….
What’s unique about this social network is you have to be invited to it. Makes sense right? You are creating your own network. Which means you literally are able to cherry pick who you follow and who follows you. This is important for whatever you do. Because influence is as important as your message.
So here is my personal invitation to you 🙂 Check out The Tsu Network Here make sure to add me as a friend and lets connect.
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