TSU Review | Not Your Typical TSU Review
Have you gotten an invitation to join TSU but not sure if you want to join the new social network?
We feel the same way which is why we feel you should know more about TSU from this unbiased review.
Let’s talk about TSU and see if its for you or not …
TSU Review | What Is TSU?
TSU is free to join social media network platform similar to social media giant Facebook and is founded by Sebastian Sobczak. TSU is the first social networking website that actually pays its users to post their own content and they encourage its users to massively invite your friends from other competing networks like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Tumblr and Linkedin.
Like Facebook and other social network platforms, the user can invite friends, share content like photos, videos, and more.
Currently, the company has captured the eye of major Hollywood celebrities and now they too are users and founders of TSU. TSU has partnered with the following corporations and organizations:
Environmental Media Association
No More Tears
TSU can be accessed on the internet through the TSU website or by downloading the TSU mobile app to your smartphone.
TSU Review | How Does TSU Pay You To Post Content?
Basically, the TSU compensation plan platform pays like this:
You first must be invited by another TSU user in order to create a profile.
TSU will take 10% percent of the ad revenue while passing the other 90% percent back to its users. The company encourages its users to consistently post unique content and share that content using the platform.
Hypothetically TSU is stating that the average user can potentially earn $1,000 in one year just based on the confirmation of 2,000 friends who connect and create accounts in TSU. Therefore if someone has a massive scale circle of online friends and contacts who, for example, let’s say user A has over 80 Million friends right, well that means that user A can earn up to $2.8 million in one year based on that amount of friends.
To some people that may seem far fetched but again if your someone who has an authority and a large scale list of online contacts, you can make a lot of money if what TSU is claiming.
To see how this breaks down, letâ€™s take a look at 4 users, all with varying start dates on tsÅ«:
User A invites user B, who invites user C, who invites user D
– $100 of earned revenue is generated based on the content user D shared (photos, videos, status updates, etc.)
– 90% of earned revenue go to the users. In this case, $90 of the $100 is shared among all the users.
– tsÅ« takes 10% of the $100 for platform fees. In this case $10.
– User D, the original content creator takes 50% of the $90. In this case, $45.
– User C gets 33.3% (1/3) of the original $90 generated. In this case, $29.70
– User B gets 11.1% (1/3 of 1/3 = 1/9) of the original $90 generated. In this case $9.99
– User A gets 3.70% (1/3 of 1/3 of 1/3 = 1/27) of the original $90 generated. In this case $3.33
– This is what we call the rule of infinite thirds
TSU Review | The #1 Problem Why People Are Struggling In TSU
Up to this point, your newsfeeds are bombarded with TSU invitations and spammy requests to join to make money but it’s all still pretty vague. This is definitely giving the public a negative taste in their mouth about TSU because once people start seeing you posting your TSU short code every single time in your message clearly it shows your desperate for a sign up.
We took a closer look at TSU since we been invited I don’t know I lost count and during our research we found many of our closest network marketing friends who are using TSU as a way to build an additional stream of income. Â For network marketers TSU can be used as another tool to generate new leads and contacts just like Facebook and IBOToolbox.
But there is a problem…people are treating TSU like a hobby and that isÂ not a good message if your trying to make money with it.
Many new TSU members are marketing with the same marketing message and sending text message invites to their address book in their smartphones, emailing every contact in Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and YouTube. Â Almost every TSU member is right now is hunting for new people to join under their referral link and we feel that it this is not the right way to build any business.
TSU has even updated the spam policy to ban users who are spamming which it a good start but there is much more TSU can’t control with the likes of Facebook basically controlling everything. Â Google Plus is the same way too with the exception of being an unpaid user but then again that is why you have Google Adwords accounts for to earn for paid advertising.
See just like the founder of TSU said you must have an influx of people to join under your TSU short code so you can make a significant amount in your payout but if you don’t then you will not have enough money to consider yourself a business.
The mistake people make when joining something like TSU is they treat it like a get rich quick program and begin to spam their offers all over the place hoping someone will click on their link to join their family tree.
TSU Review | Conclusion
This is not the correct mindset of an entrepreneur it’s the mindset of a broke minded individual who is always chasing the quick money making offers. Listen if you want to make the serious income we can honestly say that it’s not going to happen with TSU, the payouts are not much and you deserve more.
The truth is most of the money is going to be made by the users and founders who have over 10 thousand plus contacts and if your friends list combined from all of your social networks equals less than that number then don’t press your luck or waste your time focusing on growing TSU working for peanut commissions. Â The best thing to do is use it if you have it as just another social network and if you make a few cents to the dollar great but put your focus on another option whereas you can profit from another stream of income that pays you much higher if that makes sense.
It’sÂ true Mark Zuckerberg is not paying you to use Facebook and even with all the changes that Facebook is going through maybe enough to frustrate you to want to delete your Facebook profiles and drag all your contacts over to TSU if that is what you feel you should do. Just remember the way you do one thing is the way you do everything and when it comes to having a presence online don’t think for one second that your not being watched because you are being watched by your friends and following.
Just don’t quit your day job for TSU you need to have a strategy that will help you capitalize when someone doesn’t join you in TSU.
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