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Shanice Patrella   My Press Releases

Is tsu a Scam?

Published on 10/30/2014
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Good afternoon readers! I know a lot of you guys have been asking me questions about this new social network that you have seen me advertise on Twitter and IBOToolbox. This post is just to put a few of your minds at ease. Among some of the questions I have gotten are

  • tsu looks like a scam! There is no way a social network can PAY you to post content! how do they get the revenue in the first place?
  • is tsu an mlm? A Ponzi scheme maybe? 
  • How does the payout work? 
  • How can I get rich on only 1 cent a day?!
  • Why should I even try this?! I'll stick to Facebook, thanks.
So first, I would like to address the scam question. From what I am able to tell, tsu is not a scam. From my own experience, any type of 'get-rich-quick-for-the-creator' schemes require the participants to make some sort of "start-up" cost or deposit before they are able to use the service. What I urge everyone to do is to research the actual legal definition of a Ponzi and Pyramid scheme. You can also refer to my previous blog post to see the short definitions if you want to learn just a little while reading.

To be completely honest, tsu does hook many of its members with what seems to be a promise of getting rich quickly (though it never says that in its marketing). Giving its prospects a fair comparison of Facebook not monetizing content, it makes people think about what exactly they may be able to earn. This interest increases exponentially when appealing to those people that have a large downline, a large network, or any other type of large following.  From tsu's website, it is fairly transparent on how it plans on growing its network.

Since tsu.co does not invite anyone to the platform itself, it instead allows users to utilize a short code invite system that tracks & distributes 100% of the social economics of the platform to its users. This unique architecture gives users an annuity for their content due to the way users tie themselves together through seamless invitations. As such, users are incentivized to grow the platform since the monetization overlays a network effect onto each tsu user’s social network. The more relevant a user’s content and the larger their network, the proportionally greater the monetization is. 

What this basically means is that tsu will pay their users for their content based on the amount of people they invite to join the site and for whom those people also invite to the site. Like much of the other network marketing companies, your earnings are based on how hard you work at promoting yourself across your other social networks.

tsu also provides a great look at how to break down their algorithm to see how people are going to get paid on the website. In order to be able to withdraw funds, you do have to have at least $100 in your virtual "bank" before you are able to withdraw any of those funds. This is how tsu illustrates the way the break down of your revenue.


It's not too hard to understand when placed into picture form, though the way it was initially explained to me had me scratching my head. From what I have deduced so far, it has a similar revenue platform to YouTube. YouTube pays its users 50% of ad revenue, depending on the users popularity and content. How do you think the people in these videos that go viral get so rich? YouTube pays them!

ANYWHO! I personally do not think you have anything to lose from trying this. You do not have to enter any bank account information to join the website and as previously stated, it doesn't cost you a single thing but your time. tsu is in its infancy, only being released a few weeks ago, so I am sure there are many things that need to be improved.

There is also a fantastic app in the Play Store and App Store that you can download for your devices. It makes publishing your content easy and you can link right to your Facebook and Twitter so you do not lose any time having to flip between the two. There is also an option to share with Instagram, but currently that option does not work.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and remember! Do your own research!



Thanks everyone for reading! As usual, leave a comment and +1 this to share with your friends, family, and downline! Have a great weekend!

shanice.patrella@yahoo.com
Skype: MsLuckyDuck
321.300.6297

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