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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Tsu?


I was going to do a Christmas blog but in the past week tsu has dominated the loops that I belong to.

Will it replace Facebook?

Some people are concerned that Facebook is going to change and start charging for services.  They feel tsu is an option to Facebook. Others feel tsu may be a scam.

I’d love to hear your opinion.

What do you know about tsu?

As a reader or writer will you join this social media?

I would really love to hear your thoughts.

17 comments:

  1. I am forced to admit that I don't even know what TSU is, other than another social media site. The platform for social media is going to continue to change and we're not playing on a level field. I believe that eventually most sites are going to want to charge for services.

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    1. Excellent points and I think you're right, eventually they're going to start charging. thanks for the comments.

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  2. I'm on tsu. So far I'm liking it, as both a reader and a writer. It's easy to use and interact.

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    1. I'm on and I agree, so far it's easy to negotiate. It will be interesting to see what happens there over the next few months.

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  3. I'm on it too but I don't get to interact with it like I do with FB. Guess I'll have to give it more of a try.

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    1. Thanks Melissa. I haven't really used it much either.

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  4. I signed up b/c so many friends are jumping over there. However, I'm taking a wait and see approach. So far, I don't like it.

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    1. Thanks for commenting, D'Ann. Can I ask why you don't like it?

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  5. I tried tsuand it reminded me of G+, of which I'm not really a fan of. I do know a lot of folks that are using tsu though and do like it.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Brenda Lee. Can I ask you, too, what you don't like about G+ that reminds you of tsu. I'm sure people are interested. I know I am.

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    2. Personally, being I found it like G+, I chose to utilize G+, FB, and Twitter more as that is where most of my traffic comes from. Working full-time and having other priorities outside of social media means I have to limit what time I spend where. I have just found I really can't jump on another social network at time due to time constraints.

      Again, I do know people who enjoy it. A friend of mine Lisa at Inspire to Thrive wrote a great article on tsu.

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    3. That makes perfect sense. My goal is to assess what works best and not use the scatter gun approach. I know I waste a lot of time.

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    4. Can you share the link to Lisa's article?

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    5. Absolutely! Here ya go!
      http://inspiretothrive.com/2014/11/tsu-reminds-me-of-twitter/

      Enjoy!

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  6. Same here. I've read a little about it but it seems just like FB. I'm sure there will be a charge, eventually. What's with the earning money thing? Yeah, I jumped on the bandwagon and joined. We'll see!

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    1. I'm thinking he same thing and I have no idea what the thing is with the money. I joined for the networking. Anyone know how you're supposed to make money on tsu?i

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  7. I understand that monetizing a social media site is important for the company, especially now that's it on the stock exchange, but FB has consistently made it harder to interact and become friends. Sad, b/c that was its whole intent. I'm very disillusioned with FB's new approach. I haven't tried TSU yet b/c I just haven't had the energy to start with a new platform.

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