You may not have heard about it yet because it was only launched mid this month.
The company was founded in 2013 by techy entrepreneurs Sebastian Sobczak, Drew Ginsburg, Thibault Boullenger, and Jonathan Lewin.
Tsu pays you for having “children and “grandchildren”. I love this concept as it explains the distribution of money! Your children are those who sign up with your short link and your grandchildren are those who sign up using your children’s links.
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For more information click here to see the Tsu User Guide page 11. You will find the information cited on pin the infograph above in more detail.
There is a social monetization system that moves the cogs of Tsu. This then promotes the precedent that users post great content. This then makes Tsu all about content! As a user with a business account, I aim to do what I also do on my Facebook page, that is to provide ideas that will help educators and parents. Nothing but quality!
So it seems that Tsu have discovered a huge hole in social media that other bigger platforms have failed to identify.
Will you Tsu?
Tsu is free to join and you can only join via an invitation with the use of a ‘short code’.
It’s worth a shot!
I hope my post has helped you learn a bit more about Tsu. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below.
Or there is a great FAQs section on Tsu, click here to read more.