Twitter is making it easier to get verified

It just become a little easier to get the blue verified check mark on Twitter

Twitter is making the verification process easier for it’s users. On Tuesday 19th the company announced that they are opening applications for users to apply to become verified on the platform.

Request To Be Verified On Twitter

The blue verified badge on Twitter lets people know that an account of public interest is authentic.

We approve account types maintained by users in music, acting, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, sports, business, and other key interest areas. If you believe your account is of public interest and should be verified, this article outlines information about submitting a request.

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Being verified lets users know that the account that they are viewing is authentic, the verified check mark until now has been reserved for celebrities, athletes, journalists, and any other high profile users who are likely to be impersonated, you don’t want to be following Taylor Swift and actually be following someone else. Verification is a way for us to know who is who on Twitter.

Being verified on Twitter doesn’t really change the user experience but does afford you more followers because of the status it gives, your find users will follow you.

Around 0.6 percent of Twitter users are currently verified ,that’s 187,000 members of the 310 million active monthly users.

It just got easier to get a verified Twitter account -Twitter is making it easier to get verified

To apply to be verified you will need to provide the following information

  • Provide a verified phone number
  • Provide a verified email address
  • Have a profile picture
  • Have a profile background
  • A completed bio description
  • State your birthday
  • Provide a link to your website

You will also be asked to tell them why you should receive the verified check mark.

The move to open up the verification process is a step to discover content creators and social influencer’s who should be recognised. Read the rest of this entry

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It is very easy when posting on Tsu via the Android app to add your content into the wrong  Tsu Channel or Topic. Here is a very simple Tsu Life Hack to to re-categorize your Tsu content in 3 easy steps.

So here is how you change your Channel or Topic for Tsu posts using the Tsu Android App. You will need to check to see if you can do this via the IOS app.

Take a look at the screen capture below. I have joined 2 images together and highlighted the steps you need to take with numbers on the images.

How to change the topic or channel that your Tsu Content is in

How to re-categorize your Tsu Content

  1. Locate the the Tsu content that you would like to re-categorise on your Tsu profile feed and click the drop down menu as highlighted by the down arrow.
  2. Click Categorize Post to view the available Topics and the Channel Search Bar.
  3. Select the Topic you would like to add the content to or type the name of the Channel that you would like to add the content to in the search box and select it as it appears and then just click done.

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Tsu Groups are now monetized

Tsu Groups are now monetized

The Tsu Social Network the social site that rewards and pays it’s members fair value for the content that they produce has now started to monetize Tsu groups.

If you already run a online community or forum then it is time to take a look at what Tsu is offering it’s members… create an engaging active community within the Tsu Social Network and get paid.

Here is the run down on how they work.

Monetization of Tsu Public Groups

Tsu Public Groups will be monetized as follows:

25% = Owner 25% = Split Amongst all Non-Owner Admins

35% = Content-Creating Members

10% = tsu

5% = Designated Charity (Percentages may change slightly as we gather data on groups’ usage.)

In terms of Public Groups and related monetization, Owners and non-Owner Admins may also participate in the Public Group with which they are affiliated as a Member (leading to potentially additional monetization).

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Why Facebook doesn't wnat you to know about Tsu Social

Facebook Deletes Millions Of Member Links To The Tsu Social Network

A true David and Goliath battle is currently taking place on social media between Facebook and Tsu.co. In late September Facebook started to delete member links to the Tsu Social Network. More than 9.5 million links were deleted. The Tsu.co domain was then also blocked preventing manual shares and auto-social shares from Tsu to Facebook. Any attempt at sharing a Tsu link results in a pop up box warning that Tsu is “unsafe”. 

Tsu Social Network Unsafe Warning Pop Up

Tsu links on Facebook’s messenger are also prohibited and sister site Instagram has also censored Tsu links on Instagram profile pages. Read the rest of this entry

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