Tsu The First Social Payment Platform Where Members Keep Ownership Of Their Content

What is Tsu?

Everyday millions and millions of social media users login to their accounts and create user generated content. Facebook Twitter, Pinterest and all the other social sites show targeted ads around the site content and are profiting from our activity.

There is only one person who is not profiting and that is the user himself. But things are changing with the Tsu Social Payment Platform.

Tsu monetizes user generated content in exactly the same way as Facebook and Twitter but the user creating the content retains ownership of the content that they produce.

tsu social payment platform

Here is what Tsu founder Sebastian Sobczak has to say about how social media sites monetize user generated content.

“Established social networks have built amazing business models prospering on the total monetisation of free user-generated content,

Why should anyone commercially benefit from someone else’s image, likeness and work giving no financial return to the owner?

The markets we participate in are enormous, growing and can materially compensate each user — we’re simply and uniquely rewarding the users who are doing all the work.

This is the way the world should work.”

The Tsu Social Payment Platform works in much the same way as any other social media network. Ad revenue is generated from page views but unlike traditional business models advertising revenue is distributed to the member.

tsu social payment platform - image showing the ads

Here is how Tsu distributes advertising revenue

  • 10% goes to Tsu
  • 50% of the remaining 90% goes to the owner/content creator 
  • the remaining 50% goes to the Network that brought the content creator to Tsu

Here is the official line on how Tsu earnings are broken down

The Network share of the ad revenue splits by an infinite series of thirds up the Network or as Tsu calls it the “family tree”

The content creator gets 50% of the remaining 90%, the person who invited the content creator gets a third, the user who invited the content creators sponsor gets a third of that third and so on and so on.

Once a user has accumulated $100 they have the option to cash out their revenue.

Tsu has a built in peer to peer payment system making Tsu a very useful social site for Charitable Non Profit Organisations

The Tsu Social Payment Platform keeps just 10% of the advertising revenue…. 90% goes to the members…. why are you still using Facebook?

tsu the first social payment platform to share its advertising revenue with its members

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