Tips on Growing out your TSU Network - Part 2
Many many folks are looking for the answers and tricks to this TSU Social Networking frenzy that's come upon us all. However many folks may not be willing or ready to do what it takes to truly make it successful, and so if you're that type of person, maybe this isn't for you.
Now if you're willing to go that extra distance out here online and with all of your social contacts you've made over the years I promise this information will not fail. Those who established a huge or rather handsome following/subscriber base on place like YouTube, Twitter, Digg, Google+ etc... have the greatest advantage in being able to use TSU for encouraging others to not only sign up but to help them grow out their networks as well.
I been out here on the social web trail blazing compared to the average person and I say this with all honesty, and with 100% integrity. Why both those moral value systems, well for a long time I didn't always have those things while being on some online communicator.
I was like you possibly who's reading this how-to style article. Wet behind the ears when it comes to knowledge to what it truly takes to balance out my networking interactions so I wouldn't ever be perceived as a social spammer. In all actuality that's all that it takes to maintain your integrity. Just don't spam people and interact fairly and I'm willing to bet you'll be able to convince many more people into joining your networks and online team on any given website, social platform, or professional one.
" TSU is a awesome place online to grow out your networking communications and monetize your content "
So the moral of the story here is balance!
When people learn about the right minded ways to socially engaging, providing insightful commenting as a way of crediting others for their offerings being provided out here online post after post. Those caring and fair sharing social interactions by mode of online communications is what helps to make good friends over time. Once you have established yourself in any online community as a fair sharing individual, then folks will be willing to interact with you much more than a person who's bombarding everyone with promotional content, or considered to be overly promotional.
Maybe mix it up a bit when it comes to posting with your regular activities across other social networks your recruiting/inviting folks from, or people will get scared!!! by you overdoing the invite thing. This is so even when what you're sharing with them may be the very thing they need to take digital liftoff today into that potential success zone and can possibly save them from social enslavement online. As is the TSU social network is attempting to do for us all, just as Bubblews has attempted and Persona Paper is out here.
Sound Advice -
So just take it easy, calm down a bit, accept rejection when it comes in it's various forms. Then give it another go but be mindful of how you tread out here because you never wanna ruin your web reputation no matter what!
Pro Tip - Simply try to invite 1-2 people per day consistently, but keep your activities as usual, because heck it's not the end of the online world you know, just maybe a bright new beginning for much of your social and professional communications to shift registers.
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Written by Mike Pugh aka CloudExplorer
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