First of all, feel free to join tsu if you are not yet a member and yet you wish to be compensated for the time you spend on the face book and other social media sites that never paid you a cent for your shared content.

It looks like a terrible battle of the titans between tsu and the two popular giant social sites, face book and twitter but who will win if the former is depending on the latter’s strengths as its weapons?

It is very clear that though tsu is posing a threat to the future existence of face book due to its social netwerking earning structure and compensation of the users, it still looks like it is a fight from inside the walls of the face book, killing the face book from within.

This can be confirmed by the fact that the tsu users can share their posts to face book and twitter directly while posting on their tsu walls. This way, the users can directly promote their referral links and invite their twitter and face book friends who are still not aware of tsu to sign up under them and be part of their family tree.

The trend shows that, with time, no one will be spending time on face book, for he will find it better to take control of his social activity life from tsu, whereby posting to face book and twitter with one click, rather than spending time on the face book to address his friends and find time for twitter to do the same with his twitter friends.

In short, besides the earning incentive to the users of tsu, the creators of tsu had the idea to ensure that their users would not have reason to spend time on facebook or twitter, the idea that is sure to succeed based on the main weakness the other social media have, not paying the users/content creators, royalties for their time and content.

Though the tsu social site just lounged a few months ago, there is a very significant change in the market share index among the popular social sites, but the face book seems to more adversely affected especially when tsu uses its own platform to take the users away when they discover the greener pastures, turning around the time freely spent to compensated efforts.

It is interesting to see some old face book users now removing their migrating their posts to tsu, to ensure that what looked useless is compensated.

Where will the battle end, especially now that tsu is fighting the face book in their own battleground?

11 Comments on See why tsu is going to act as the control social site and change the way people use the social media completely

  1. I haven’t figured out how to make Tsu profitable. I know there’s many posts directly on the website stating that you can earn through creating quality content and referring others, but I haven’t seen anything about the time you have to put into Tsu. Other users state that it requires a huge time commitment and I don’t have the time for that if my focus is on creating BlogJob posts, although I wish I could do something more on the site with the limited time I have now. The way Tsu will dominate Facebook is if it were easier to earn. One thing I love about Tsu is the layout is so clean and professional-looking.

  2. I joined tsū, a new social network some days ago and I already have got my first dimes !

    I don’t think Tsu should be seen as a way to get rich (at least not in a near future) but as a way to get rewarded for the content we produce.
    The UI is clear, easy to find friends and connect, and it seems like they’ve taken the best of Facebook and Twitter to create the next generation of social media.
    It’s on invitation only so, anyone looking to sign-up can do so at

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    Do you ever run into any browser compatibility issues?
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