If you are reading this, odds are you landed here from a social network of some kind, on which you invest time for which you are not paid.
As a writer, or as a person who only writes on social network, you do spend time (or waste time, according to some) on a variety of social network platforms. Yet, as from today, that time and the content, be it text, picture or videos or anything else, can earn you a residual income.
See, 4 days ago, I was invited to join tsu.co , through one social network or another, it does not matter. I joined, thinking, “Why not try it?” Today, a mere 4 days later, with only 18 friends and 12 followers and 6 posts, I already earned $0.01. I warmly invite you to join and use my registration code https://www.tsu.co/PatriciadeHemricourt to do so. Read on to understand how this works and why I will be grateful to you to use my registration code
So how does this work?
Well it is actually very simple. Any content you post on any social network platform has value, and the platform is cashing in on your time and work. Tsu simply redistributes 90% of these revenues to the users, keeping 10% to cover their work and running cost.
That means, as a user, you get paid for your time online. It works like an MLM system, where the user who originally posts content gets 50% of the revenue that posts generates and the users he/she brought to Tsu get 40%, divided according to the proximity to his “parent”.
Here is the picture of how it works
And Tsu explanation of their system
What is the tsū Algorithm?
Tsū’s algorithm automatically tracks, measures, and distributes revenue to the appropriate user and their Family Tree. At a high level, 90% of revenues are distributed to users. To maintain the platform, tsū receives 10%. To see how this breaks down, let’s take a look at 4 users, all with varying start dates on tsū:
User A invites user B, who invites user C, who invites user D
– $100 of earned revenue is generated based on the content user D shared (photos, videos, status updates, etc.)
– 90% of earned revenue go to the users. In this case, $90 of the $100 is shared with all the users.
– tsū takes 10% of the $100 for platform fees. In this case $10.
– User D, the original content creator takes 50% of the $90. In this case, $45.
– User C gets 33.3% (1/3) of the original $90 generated. In this case, $29.70
– User B gets 11.1% (1/3 of 1/3 = 1/9) of the original $90 generated. In this case $9.99
– User A gets 3.70% (1/3 of 1/3 of 1/3 = 1/27) of the original $90 generated. In this case $3.33
– This is what we call the rule of infinite thirds
Why should I believe this will work?
Now, this platform is brand new. How do we know it will take and do we really want to go through the effort of migrating from Facebook to Tsu?
Well, apart from the obvious appeal of the possibility of actually making some money for, say, marketing our book, to take an example that will talk to writers, they already collected $8M in investment. That is one million in January 2014 as seed money, a further $4M in July 2014 and an additional $3M in October 2014.
That means they have money to develop the platform, and that investors believe in them.
And, actually, why not? Wouldn’t you love to make a few bucks to do what you do anyway? Granted, it will probably not let you leave your day job anytime soon, or ever, but who does not like a $100 check falling in at some point for no extra work, except the setting up process?
So again, if you want to join, go to https://www.tsu.co/ and feel free to use the short code https://www.tsu.co/PatriciadeHemricourt , now you know why I’ll be thanking you… and you me 🙂
If you have any issue to process your registration, leave a comment and I’ll do my best to help you, keeping in mind I am also a new user and still getting around the process of familiarizing with the platform, though is is eerily similar to Facebook, so easy to use.
Welcome to Tsu! That is as soon as you sign in…