Don't Sue Me. Tsu Me! (Social Network Review) ~ 1st Update
May 23, 2016 10:56pm CST
When I posted this discussion (link below) I said “the jury was still deliberating”. Well I am no longer thinking on it and ready to offer some more conclusive observations and statements. Here's my assessment and update of being a member of Tsunation. ~ You will get the most profit from this network, if you can encourage family and friends to join. ~ This site had a falling out with Facebook; but they reconciled their differences, kissed and made up, and now they're friends again. Which means, when you share via Tsu, you can also share to Facebook, like it was in the beginning. Why is this a win-win? Because Facebook is still the Giant of the social media world. Do you want to monetize your content and also get your material to reach a huge audience? * As of the first quarter of 2016, Facebook had 1.65 billion monthly active users. (source: statista.com) ** Comparable 2016 stats? Tsu has approximately 5 million users. (source: tsuforum.com) It's the law of the business jungle. If you can't beat 'em, then figure out how to get along with 'em so you can survive. That's what Tsu did! ~ The Tsu owners did a major overhaul of their system; and now the site is much easier to navigate and find content shared by people with similar interests and likes, etc. You are still encouraged to use hashtags though, and it is still the platform that new and old artists are using to promote their original content. ~ This social network still encourages and makes it easy for you to contribute to charitable works. Summary: Joined the Tsu social network; created a profile and business pages. I don't spend a lot of time there for one simple reason. I don't have the time. However, when I do sign in, the experience is always a pleasant one. When I don't sign in, my content is still being monetized as long as others who are active like it and share it. In short, it is a residual or passive income stream. (Image credit: Wikipedia.)
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24 May 16
Hi Cmoneyspinner! I also have an account on Tsu. However, I became less active because it is kind of hard to navigate. When I created an account there were not too many members so there is not much interaction. Anyway, thank you so much for your review. I will visit it again so I can see and feel the difference.
• Austin, Texas
24 May 16
You're welcome. Hope it is helpful. It takes no effort if you have some extra time. People on Tsu do share interesting stuff there. I really like to see original artwork and photography. Also there is this cool music group that shares music from my generation. The foodie shares are great too!