Tsū – The new social network that shares its revenue with you

I went to Blogfest on Saturday and one of my breakout sessions was the Masterclass ‘Advanced Social Media’ with Paul Armstong. I learned a lot about social media and especially about a new social network called Tsū.

Tsū (pronounced ‘Sue’) is a free social network and payment platform that shares up to 90% of revenues with its users. Tsū believes in real ownership, which of course only exists when users own the rights to their content and the economics that come with it. They believe that users should be compensated for their likeness, images and content. Isn’t that fantastic? The social network will share all social revenues with everyone, for any type of content, size of the network or the level of influence. You don’t really do anything more than what you already do with other social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook. Tsū is global, scalable and designed to empower the user. It is the first social network that lets every user to be a content creator that can earn royalties.

Tsū shares social revenues that come from advertisement, sponsorships and partnerships. Tsū receives only 10% to maintain the platform. 50% of the remaining earned revenue is paid to the user who created the content and the other 50% are distributed to the user’s network ‘Family Tree’. The content you share and your interactions as a user on social media platforms are valuable. Tsū will pay you for your content. Sharing content on Tsū  is as easy as sharing it on any other social network. Upload your photos, post a status, add a video or simply engage with your friends as often as you like.
You can only join Tsū by invitation, if you are interested in signing up to Tsū and joining a new generation of social network click on the link below.

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