Tsu (pronounced “sue”) is a social media platform that launched in October 2014. Unlike Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media, tsu pays its users. Founder Sebastian Sobczak said, “Why should anyone commercially benefit from someone else’s image, likeness, and work giving no financial return to the owner?” Tsu is not a get-rich-quick scheme, but it offers financial incentives as a fringe benefit to social networking.
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Tsu encourages original content, so it's a great place to show off your photographs, artistic creations, or what's special about you. This beginner's guide gives a basic premise of how tsu pays its users and offers tips such as what to post, how to find new friends, and how to promote your small business.