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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How To Add Clickable Links on Instagram

how to add clickable links on instagram

One of the limitations of marketing on Instagram is the absence of clickable links in posts. You are allowed to add one clickable link to your bio page along with 150 character description but you cannot add clickable links into Instagram posts and unfortunately  i can’t change that, but i can show you a great Instagram trick and work around that is the next best thing to clickable links on Instagram.

Before i show you how this Instagram clickable links trick works, it is good to note a few other things that will help your click through rate to your site or opportunity. Read the rest of this entry

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Tsu Sign Up – How To Grow Your Tsu Downline

ARE YOU SERIOUS ABOUT GROWING YOUR TSU DOWNLINE?

If you are serious about building your Tsu Downline or Tsu Team then you need to build some kind of off site presence and here is why.

Tsu posts are not visible to the public on the web. For a visitor to see the content the viewer must first join the Tsu, and if they don’t know about Tsu then it is unlikely that they will sign up to a random site. This is the screen that you see when you visit one of my Tsu Invite Link

Tsu Sign Up Page

It literally just shows my profile page all blurred out. It doesn’t explain that Tsu is a social media site that pays you to use it and rewards content creators.

If you find my page one of my social shares to Facebook or Twitter then what you see is even less inviting.

You are expecting to read the story behind your Tsu post but instead you get a very dull sign up to Tsu page. Not very exciting if you don’t know what Tsu is.

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