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
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.
Would you join just to read a story?
So what is the answer?
Well the answer is that you have to build an off site presence and what i mean by that is that you need to build some kind of splash page or conversion page that explains that Tsu is a new social media site that shares 90% of it’s advertising revenue back to the members. You can take it further and build a whole site if you want, or if you have an existing site you can make a blog that explains what Tsu is. So rather than use your affiliate link you build a page or a site that explains what Tsu id exactly and why they should sign up to Tsu then you use the link to that page or post instead of your affiliate link.
The page or site you build then links into your Tsu Sign Up link.
This doesn’t solve the problem for someone stumbling upon your page via a social share, because you can’t change the link when you share, but what you could do is to add a sentence like “if you would like more information on Tsu the Social Media site that shares 90% of it’s advertising revenue back to members then Click Here” and then just link them into your page or site that explains what Tsu is, giving them reasons to sign up.
Regards Dexter Roona
My Tsu Splash Page
David Merrill 101
Sounds like a bit of a work around, Dexter.
Can you simply use an instant pop-up to share the necessary info? I’ll be interested to see how you build the splash page.
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Thanks Dexter for this informative post 🙂
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It’s encouraging that you are still working with TSU. I must start using it more.
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Awesome, very helpful tips.
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Lillian De Jesus
You’re absolutely right! It doesn’t seem inviting and I’m sure people have bounced off since it doesn’t explain the purpose of them joining. That’s a great tip! However Tsu really should rethink their invitation.
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Hi Dexter and Happy Monday to you. One of these days, when I get a schedule and get things sorted out and organized, I will look at TSU in more detail. I appreciate the fact that when I do dive into TSU, you will be there to help myself and others get started. Thank you for explaining. TSU should change their policy to help their members more. Just my opinion.
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Glad to see TSU is going better now. And awesome update on the PAC Blog, thank you!
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Thanks for sharing Dexter, looking forward to your Tsu Splash Page.
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Great post but I have to admit I haven’t been over to TSU in quite a while. I may have not given it a fair chance.
I may just take another look at it. Thanks for sharing.
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I still haven’t looked into TSU, and I’m not likely to, since I’m going in a different direction. But it’s interesting to see their progress in making the platform more easy to use.
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Great information, you are right nobody will sign up for TSU for just a story. To much like hard work, will be interested to see your splash page.
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Lillian De Jesus
I look forward to seeing your splash page!
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Dexter you always inspire me wiht all these different social media and they always make such sense but I need to make a daily routine of using them
Habits are habit forming.
but you have inspired me so I now have a daily Habit note pad that I can review daiiy!
Hi Dexter, I signed up a while ago, but didn’t quite understand the premise. It’s good to know that you’re trying to clear that up for us. Thanks for the information.
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I have not explored TSU in any big way though this post does make me desire to revisit it. Perhaps it is something that I should be exploring nad be more involved in. Thank you.
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i would like to ask some think… i can see on some people share google search images on tsu … my question is tsu still pay on google search images share or not.. boz my one only have camra upload… but i need to know can i share google share pictures
please rply me
have a read of this http://tsumadeeasy.infobunny.com/tsu-doesnt-pay-us-for-posting-google-images/
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