Can you think of the faces of any successful YouTubers? Thanks to them, we all know we’re in the era where every average individual has a chance to make money just by uploading their own original content. I think you can’t agree more!
Now, are you making money on YouTube?
If your answer is “Yes”, please close this page and make a plan for the next video project right now. I hope you’ll succeed on your path.
If your answer is “No”, welcome to Tsū!
Tsū is a social media platform that pays. Just post your status, photos, and videos. You’ll earn a cup of coffee for tomorrow♪
In this article, I will show you how to get started on Tsū in an easy-to-understand manner, especially for content creators who have not joined Tsū yet.
Tsū is a social media platform where you can post original content such as status, photos, and videos and interact with your friends, just like TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or Flickr.
Tsū is greatly different in that the platform pays a share of their advertising revenues as a reward, which can never be possible on the other platforms (except YouTube).
Your photos, videos, and text that you have been posting to different social platforms until now are surely of great value. It is truly natural to think that way to consider the number of likes and shares your posts have earned so far, right?
To tell the truth, social platform owners rely on such valuable content to monopolize huge advertising revenue.
This is not a time to say “Thank you for letting me use it for free”. If you continue to use any social media seriously, you will end up with “social network fatigue”. It’s because you keep posting and interacting with your head and your stamina. We should be in a right position to demand compensation from them.
In 2014, a true social network revolution took place in the United States to overcome the exploitation similar to slavery.
That revolutionary social network was Tsū, named after the Japanese word “通 (つう; tsū)”.
What was revolutionary about Tsū was that it paid a share of its advertising revenues to each of more than a million users based on how much they were active on the platform. There are many users who received a USD 100 dollar check only by using this social network, regardless of nationality or race.
Unfortunately, due to widespread unauthorized content posting and spamming, it was forced to close in 2016.
To avoid repeating the same tragedy again, the new Tsū, which rebooted with the alpha test version in June 2020, has employed a new system that removes all the problems on the old platform.
You can be an early adopter of this awesome app today by following the instructions shown below. You’ll be instantly obsessed with the charm of Tsū!
Let’s get started on how to join Tsū.
To newly register for Tsū, first tap the red circle button labeled “Tsū App” below to download the Tsū app. Go to the download page for either the iOS version (iPhone/iPad) or Android version depending on your smartphone model (PC version is not available).
After you download and install the Tsū app, the tsū logo screen will be displayed for a moment and the sign-up (registration) screen will appear.
If the login screen “WELCOME BACK!” is displayed instead of the “WELCOME ABORD!” screen, close the Tsū app without pressing the”SIGN UP” button, and then tap the following button again.
Follow the onscreen instructions to sign up for Tsū.
First, enter your first and last name, email address, user name (ID), password, and your birthday. You can change these items of your identifying information later except the password and birthday later.
The registration is completed by tapping the “SIGN UP” button at the bottom of the screen.
It’s so simple, isn’t it?
Making money on Tsū is as simple as the above registration – post your original content and interact the other users, just like you do on other social media platforms.
That’s it. The “BANK” tab on Tsū app will show your earnings every weekday around 10 am EST.
Of course there are some ways to optimize and maximize how you earn. Send me a Tsū DM and I’d be happy to share the tips if you join my network (i.e., if you join Tsū via the above “Tsū App” button).
Jun Fukumitsu – Former Japanese Community Manager in Old Tsū