Tsu is a social platform that rewards members for the original content they produce.

There are a lot of tips out there so it’s difficult to add new value to what has already been said.

The challenge is to find quality resources all in one place – hence Tsu Made Easy is a great new place to find out everything you need to know about Tsu.

You can read a whole host of basic rules all over Tsu, many shares you can make, how many pending friend requests you can have outstanding, and the maximum amount of members you can follow in a single day, all information that new members need to know eventually, but biggest challenge that new Tsu members  have when getting started is who to follow and how to build their network.


How to build a quality Tsu Network – Tsu Made Easy

Some Tsu experts say use hashtags with the area of your interest, some say type in #tsu or other keywords including “tsu” and follow anyone that has posted within 10 mins as it is quite likely they follow you back because they are probably still online

These tips might all make sense but in some cases may also open the door for spammy content.

People connected to people who have very little or even nothing at all in common, which results, in the end, in frustration for all parties.

Most people new to Tsu just do not know how to get started.

They know from other platforms such as Facebook that they should be careful of adding people the do not know because they could get banned, but on Tsu you can push out friend request to the maximum if you wish.

New members do not understand or are skeptical towards a new system where they “get rewarded for their content”.

I understand all this as I have seen this from day one of being on Tsu. New members don’t understand why they should request members they do not know… well its all about views and this is not Facebook.

Here are my tips for newbies who want to grow a quality Tsu network:

tsu getting started tips

Author Uwe Lang

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