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After reading the comments there, I do not think it is something I would be interested in. I understand that you have to recruit more people for you to earn anything -- is that true?
You don't have to refer people to make money.
It's very similar to Facebook - post status updates, photos, like, comment, share.
The only difference is that you earn 50% of all CPM from adverts shown on your content and then earn from the rule of 1/3s for all referrals.
So you don't have to refer to earn - you can just earn off all the views you generate.
It's free and is already in the news, plus you get money for what you do on Facebook (but they earn off themselves). So definitely worth checking out IMO.
My opinion is anyone trying to refer me and not disclosing that they will profit from it ... I question the sincerity of their enthusiasm.
This is the first time I've heard of it. And it actually sounds sketchy.
From the description alone, it reminds me of Yuwie. Anyone remember Yuwie? Didn't think so. It failed and disappeared without a trace.
It was also a social network that was supposed to pay its users, back from 2007. And it had a MLM aspect (multi-level referral tree), just like Tsu seems to have. Seems pretty shady to me.
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