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Making Money on Tsū - Pt 4

Want to report on my Tsū experiences while they are fresh. This post is a clarification and further explanation. Will admit that it is very likely this feature was always available but since my "teacher" on how to use this social network is me, myself, and I – the three couldn't tell each other what they did not know . :)

TODAY on the landing page for one of my accounts, saw that my posts stream could be seen without me signing in. When my accounts were first set up that was not the case. Signed in and immediately and went to my “Settings”. Noticed a box had been checked which allows your Tsū stream to be made visible for public viewing. Don't recall checking the box or even updating my settings in the dashboard when last signing in to my account, but … my brain is sometimes scattered and my “Forgetful Jones” personality emerges from time to time, and sometimes I hit a key and don't realize it. Hmmm ...? Well if I checked it accidentally, then … YAY Me!! This Tsū learning process is trial and error but at least it's not painful. It's great that others can view my activity to see how the network can be used for social or business purposes. If it's a non-member visiting … this might help them decide whether or not to join.

  • Sep 9, 2015 UPDATE: Accessed the feature to modify my privacy settings on Tsū and made all of my accounts (1 profile / 2 pages) and post streams available for viewing by the public. Now a visitor can see my feed or activity and then decide if they would like to JOIN Tsunation. To sign up, just click on any post.

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Making Money on Tsu - Part 3

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WordChazer wrote on September 9, 2015, 5:13 PM

Sorry hon, you are still not convincing me to come back. I have enough writing to get through as it is. I wish you luck with your Tsendeavors though.

"Horses for courses" is the right phrase, I think.

LeaPea2417 wrote on September 9, 2015, 5:47 PM

I have an account there but have not used it. I have not been there in months.

jiangliu1949 wrote on September 10, 2015, 4:50 AM

I have heard of Tsu,but have no idea of what site it is .Since I have limited time online ,so I can't see my way to have an account there .Hope you make great strides there .

melody23 wrote on September 10, 2015, 2:12 PM

I was talked into trying tsu and stuck with it for a few weeks before giving up, I didn't make a penny nor did I particularly enjoy the experience. I hope you have better luck than I did with it, it just wasn't for me

WordChazer wrote on September 10, 2015, 2:57 PM

I made one cent after spending 2 weeks seething at, blocking and reporting the idiots who posted copyrighted images and classed that as a post. So not my thing - just like Facebook isn't, and the two, apparently, are very similar.

cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 5:17 PM

Thank you! I need all the best wishes anybody can throw at me. :)

cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 5:20 PM

When I first started, I stopped … worked on some other things … then went back. I saw a penny in my bank and was like … “Uh? I wasn't even here!” So then I decided to check it out a little closer, because I was curious to know what generated the pennies. I rather like the people I am meeting there also. Many are not in my other networks.

cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 5:22 PM

Well if you're like my husband, all the social networks are a waste of time. But my activity on Tsu is any different from what I do on Facebook or Google Plus, with the exception that residual income can be generated for me just socializing and hanging out.

cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 5:23 PM

Thanks! You always encourage me. :)

cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 5:39 PM

Tsu owners seem to be cracking down on people sharing what's not theirs, spammers, etc. If I had problems and contacted Customer Support, they responded to me promptly. Made a few new friends there. My approach to Tsu is casual. Pop in and out, in between my other home biz projects. Share my links on Tsu just like I share them elsewhere – Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, GooglePlus, BingBing (yeah there's a network called BingBing!), etc. The difference is – for all the other sites, there is no “Bank” that's like a piggy bank where you save your extra change. Tsu has a piggy bank. On the whole, my Tsu experiences have been positive. Not trying to recruit, convince, persuade, or convert. Just letting others know how things have been going with me. Some folks might be curious.

P.S. Did read a review of Tsu where they said people were sharing porn. Now that has definitely not been my experience. Well! If you don't count "foodporn". :)

cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 5:43 PM

Yep. Figured not. Told my husband he wasn't in the majority. Told him lots of folks use social networks these days. He still says they're all a waste of time and he doesn't like communicating via computer. Thinks it's tricky. It's a miracle he listens to YouTube videos. :)

WordChazer wrote on September 10, 2015, 6:01 PM

Well, he's better'n me at that then. I rarely YouTube, being more a fan of the written word than the visual image.

WordChazer wrote on September 10, 2015, 6:07 PM

It was the lack of words which riled me the most. A photo, when taken by you, should have a backstory which you should tell. I've written enough content for photography websites over the years to know that. What is a photo just plonked there without words, feelings, memories? Even 'this is my aunt on the beach in 1956' would be better than nothing if it was a picture of a woman on a beach. The problem was that a quick search would show up all of these photos already in use elsewhere. With watermarks and copyrights. Just because something is 'cool' does not give someone the right to share it just like that. I feel a new post coming my new line of opinionated blogs. Thanks hon, you are ever the inspiration.

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cmoneyspinner wrote on September 10, 2015, 6:14 PM

As are you. Can always count on your straight talk.

WordChazer wrote on September 11, 2015, 6:06 PM

I know no other way. Diplomacy and tact have never been my strong points.

AliCanary wrote on September 12, 2015, 3:49 AM

Has this resulted in more activity for you?

cmoneyspinner wrote on October 9, 2015, 6:09 PM

Not sure what you mean by “activity” but pennies are collecting in my bank so my "social behavior" is being monetized and I am making friends there that I don't see in any of my other social networks. I don't think it's time wasted if that's what you're asking.

cmoneyspinner wrote on October 9, 2015, 6:16 PM

It's still going. Facebook BLOCKED Tsu, so you can't do simultaneous posting any more. But you can still use Twitter and posts 2 for 1. That's still a time saver. Setting my privacy settings to public also helps. The community is friendly. I think it's a viable social network and has more positives than it does negatives.

What is your Tsu user name? If you still have an account I can friend you there.

grandma20121 wrote on November 19, 2015, 7:31 PM

I never heard of TSU , is it anything like persona paper or how does it work?

cmoneyspinner wrote on November 20, 2015, 2:51 PM

Definitely NOT like PersonaPaper. More like Facebook, only you can earn for sharing and socializing.

On Tsu, you are encouraged to promote your . Artists, photographers, musicians and a few writers have fully embraced the platform. Much of my original content has been written or published elsewhere on the web, so I simply share the links. Although I have published some original content on the Tsu platform, I'm still testing it and have not found my comfort level.

My Tsu activity is very much like my Facebook activity. The main difference is that I can click on my Bank at Tsu and actually see pennies adding up, which one day I will redeem when I reach pay out. With Facebook there is no Bank.

Tsu is Tsunation with a revenue-share plan and only boasts a few million members because it is Invite-Only.

Facebook is a country and the borders of Facebookistan are open to everyone, with no revenue-sharing. Not now and probably not ever! emoticon :smile: REF: