So here’s how tsū works, in a nutshell: tsū is like Facebook and Twitter in that you have a profile and add friends and followers. You post just like you would on the other sites and people can like and share your posts. There is one major difference, however. Social media advertisers pay Facebook and Twitter for the number of “eyeballs” their ads get (regardless of whether you remember actually seeing the ad, it was on your page when someone came to see what you posted and that counts). The advertiser pays them more for each view on the ad and for each click-through visit to the company’s webpage. Facebook and Twitter keep ALL of that money and don’t even say “thanks for making it all possible.”
Tsū, on the other hand, shares its revenues with you. Not a tiny piece, either. The platform takes only 10% of all economics created and then from the remainder you get 50% of the advertising revenue from your posts! But it’s even better than that, tsū will also give an additional 33% of the remaining 90% to the person who invited you to join. You will likewise get an additional 11% of the remainder of the advertising revenue for anyone invited by your direct network. So if you bring 1,000 friends to the platform, you will receive 33% of all the advertising money generated by their posts after the platform’s nominal fee, as well as 50% of the remaining value of what’s generated by yours…forever. I know that unless, you’re an accountant, the numbers sound a little confusing but the bottom line is that you get paid for what you already do for free. Brilliant, isn’t it? And tsū isn’t selling you anything. It’s using a very cleaver format to share its advertising profits with the people who made it all possible. Us.
Tsū is already taking off so get on soon. They are doing a blast tonight and tomorrow and have already brought on tons of celebrities who you can follow, just like on the other sites. With all the discontent over Facebook’s changes, problems and privacy issues, I think tsū is going to be huge so I have grabbed the username “Judge.” Since it’s early on, great usernames like “Judge” are still available but they’re being snapped up rapidly as people join and especially after they tonight’s blast. So if you don’t want your username to be something like “prettygirl17439987,” join soon.
If you want to get your own username and start inviting your friends to join, use my invite code (“tsu.co/Judge”) and follow the easy steps. Only users can invite others and that’s what makes the math work. You will be part of my network and can start inviting people to yours right away after you create your own code.
To be totally transparent, after the platform fee, I will get 33% of any remaining 90% of ad monies your post generates because I am inviting you. And you will get 33% of the remaining advertising dollars from anything generated by people you invite as well, along with 50% of post-platform fee revenues that your own posts generate. The sooner you join, the sooner you can start adding people and getting paid for doing nothing more than what you already do. After all, it’s your work. Not Facebook’s. Not Twitter’s.
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