tsū The Social Network that pays 90% Ad Revenue shares to it's members
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A huge on going battle online has been waged when it comes to the social networking wars, and for the top running spot for who runs social media today. Out came some new contenders recently and they are surely hungry as ever to gain an edge on the competition, all while Facebook and Google+ are boxing each other out virtually at the top of the social pyramid.
One major new social network and micro blogging platform known as Bubblews stepped up to the occasion with a totally innovative revenue model of sorts to lure viewers, and content providers their way about 2 years back. Members who joined caught the bait (similar to click bait) and was originally paid a 50/50 split on advertising revenue. Today that model has changed drastically to an undetermined lesser amount, thus signaling the road isn't that easy as a revenue sharing social platform. (Bubblews failed miserably their business model couldn't keep up with the spammers desire to exploit their system, and so comes a new game player)
Bubblews once crowned the first ever social network that pays its users to post, also became the very first time any online social networking platform besides YouTube which is a video social networking platform to ever allow for fair sharing of revenue on a larger scale than normal. They were paying a penny per view, per like, per comment for some of the lowest quality content offered up as well as highest "A penny for your thoughts". Hubpages also has been part of this online revenue model campaign of sharing revenue, however it's a professional writers network out here online and isn't really about low level content being offered up.
The plot thickens today where a new game player is in town that has arrived with a astronomic revenue model revenue ad sharing game plan. This social network is new, it's bright looking and ready for action in all forms both web based and mobile app based communicators and is known as tsū short for tsunami. (Like in web traffic tsunami)
I personally think they are currently as of the posting of this hub article making huge waves today based on the amount of social interactions I have detected there, but unfortunately not many folks joining will be able to cash in on their revenue splits at the 90% Ad revenue share value due to many newbies not reading the terms of service there, nor are many of them complying to the community guidelines, or copyright laws dealing with monetization (Placing Ads onto content locations across the social network) based on their engagement, postings, and begging for others to follow them.
Note: out of the 90% Ad Rev 40% of it comes from the content posted and interactions received. 50% of the 90% comes from parenting others into the community (Invites Accepted). So your earnings depend on growing out your networking communications via invites and others inviting people from the folks you've invited. Sort of like networking growth! MLM
tsu The Social Network that pays 90% Ad Revenue - Pro Advice
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There's quite a buzz going on about this new social network in Social Media
Social networking today is beginning to get quite interesting indeed. The news happened to be a great source to catch up to this information and so I located a Fox Business video on Google that goes on about this new tsū uprising and amazing growth starting out.
They had a interview with the founder of tsū Sebastian Sobczac."He has a tough last name to pronounce, but one to remember for sure, hopefully if he's to become super successful with this new online venture and it's highly probable".
He's a interesting dude to listen to as he speaks about making the comparisons of the old social networking model. He kind of sounded like Arvind Dixit the CEO and founder of Bubblews and Jason Zuccari who both had recently threw up a interview with CBS News and other powerful news web locations like Bloomberg TV.
Tsū Social Network Founder Sebastian Sobczak Fox Business interview
Will Facebook ever keep up with all this competition coming from the new start-up challengers making strides to out beat them?
The possibility for any of these newer social network revenue sharing models to out beat the Goliath mega corporations of social media is slim to none, but who knows today with this sort of challenge being put up.
At the rate of 90% Ad revenue being tossed out to the online crowds of starving people worldwide would make anyone leap to the opportunity, but what about all the spammers. Aren't they going to flock to this opportunity as well in the millions if not hundred's of thousand's.
"I firmly believe they have their work cut out for them and so it's going to be hard to sort through the flocks of social spam content for those who wish to survive the web traffic tsunami that has already began there".
Official Fox Business Interview with the Founder
- Social network pays you to post | On Air Videos | Fox Business
TSU founder Sebastian Sobczak on creating a social network that pays users to create content.
They also have a TSU mobile app platform
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What's the future of social networking if tsū takes over?
There's a true potential for this thing to happen overnight and for tsū to reach a million members in it's opening debut phase. However one thing we all need to think about is, can their web servers hold up with the huge load and volumes of web traffic they already receiving thus far thanks to this sudden social media buzz.
They have implemented social sharing links between Facebook and Twitter that are outbound only on this new social network via each users post locations. You can also place your YouTube, Pinterest, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and official website or blog site links on your profile. This is how many folks are surely going to love it there on tsū for its festive social sharing factures via their profile locations. (Very similar to our Hubpages profiles with social links made available to locate user activity across other social media sites)
According to all these incentivised methods of people being able to share with other social networks for the individual users as well as the business users. Social networking may be shifting a great deal more to this newer style of revenue model sharing online.
"The average person might become an overnight star if they do it right"!
The future is uncertain there, and for this concept to continue to be copied by other startups in the future, but if tsū is successful in these next coming months who knows. "The face of social networking may change forever".
"Those who join must realize that following needs to be genuine"
Trust issues is huge online is this possible on tsū?
Could true followings happen out there on this new network? hmmm...
There's a great deal of false following of people out here online where clicking the follow button occurs most of the time by a person begging to quickly leap above all the rest of the users on any given networking community online. This surely happens immediately after word gets out about a new start up venture that's set to hopefully takeoff online.
We all need to realize that false following people isn't wise and is a mark of becoming a spammer, and for spammers to start flooding our communications. As it is on Hubpages this isn't allowed, and so it's also a ruling that is part of a online movement to put social spam to an end. Click here to learn from Wikipedia the meaning of Social Spam.
To avoid from getting spam over running your social interactions there simply delete spam comments, block and report!
Note: It's highly recommended for users who join there, to beware of mass mentions and mass tagging with the # and @ symbols (Abusive usage of Hashtags and Mentions) many spammers are getting deleted and reported for scams their trying to run there to boost follows and their fraudulent networks there. "See something that goes against the tsū TOU, report it".
Pro Networking Tips:
- Those joining new social networking sites such as tsū need to also be careful how they tread in those digital waters sort to speak, because if they think they're going to achieve true online success overnight using it, they must adhere to the terms of service there no different from any other network out here online.
- Playing fairly with others in terms of insightful commenting and with all sincereity will help new users to tread wisely, and to also find content that is suitable, plus trustworthy enough to follow. Everyone can join, but not everyone will survive out there or on any given networking community.
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Good luck to all those folks who care to join this new venture, but make sure to learn to share fairly or all will be a lost cause of time invested. If anything try your best to help others to learn the right ways to sharing fairly.
Offer up pro networking tips so more folks can steer away from doing the wrong things there, and all will work out fine for you,. If you care to help others get things going by sharing your content outside of the social community it helps to let them know ahead of time about what you'll be posting, so maybe contact them by phone if possible, and alert them of the terms of service to make sure for them to read up on it as well.
I wish everyone a successful communications there and this is the first of many Hubs to help folks get going there. Have a lovely day or evening.
Your friendly neighborhood CloudExplorer
My short code is - CloudExplorer for gaining access onto TSU to test drive it.
I help guide people through the network, it's what I do online and charge nothing for it :)
Note: this article comes from a 15 day experience on that new social network, but also 3+ years of fair and Balanced professional networking online.
© 2014 Mike Pugh
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