Tsu, a content monetization system disguised as a social network, pays members for their posts

By Shawn Knight
Oct 22, 2014
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  1. While it's far too early to proclaim 2014 as the year Facebook began its decline, such thinking wouldn't be out of the question considering how many new social networks have hit the web this year.

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  2. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 3,114   +1,378

    Anyone here registered there? I'd like to give it a try, but don't know anybody to use the "short code" they request in order to register.
  3. seefizzle

    seefizzle TS Addict Posts: 272   +138

    A pyramid scheme social network? This is perfect for my aunt Carol. She'll eat this bullshit up. Basically it'll all be about who can post reddit links the quickest.
    nanni likes this.
  4. sridoodla

    sridoodla TS Rookie

    I got in. Randomly entered popular names, and got lucky.

    Here you go.
    MassCentral, javierkaiser and VitalyT like this.
  5. javierkaiser

    javierkaiser TS Enthusiast Posts: 25   +6

    Im in! Thanks for the link!
    I will leave mine here, for anyone interested ...
  6. Jamesbrah

    Jamesbrah TS Enthusiast Posts: 59   +11

    Thank you man, I used this and it worked.
  7. Tsu is easy and cleaner than FB in my opinion. Like it. I think if people spam it up on here, they will see their followers desert them. I think it will work like a free market basically
  8. RyanMiller

    RyanMiller TS Rookie

    Why did you post a fake photo of a tsu account balance of $234, misleading people to believe they will make that much within the first couple days of it existing??? @johnsmith on tsu has 29 followers - clearly fake. Looking forward to your answer.
  9. ThePajamaThief

    ThePajamaThief TS Rookie

    Tsu went live on October 14. It didn't bother you that the screen shot of John Smith's account shows activity from July?

    Why couldn't a person have 29 followers, or more in a relatively short length of time? Depending on the number of followers, content posted and the value of that content, a net earning of over $200 is entirely possible.

    So, when you say 'clearly fake', you're basing that on..... ?

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