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Tsu LoginTsu (styled as Tsū) was launched in October 2013. Behind this fresh brand is Evacuation Complete Llc and founder Sebastian Sobczak. The domain used here is It is surprising that they didn’t try to buy the (.com) since this only has a parked page with ads. This venture that is headed in New York City has enjoyed impressive traction, already notching up a global Alexa rank just above 5000. The reason behind this rapid growth revolves around their service USP. Here you get paid for your interaction and for the interaction of those that you refer to the site. They take a small 10% share and pay out the rest to their users.


Adverts are championed here, that differs to new starter Ello who completely excludes them. This service will naturally be vying against all of the big social networks such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter etc. Back in 2015 Facebook had banned the mention of this company on their platform for the reason of spam, although this decision was seen as being motivated by the rise of Tsu. This ban has however now been lifted. With FB continuing to earn billions from advertising, we can see the intrigue on the chance to get a piece of the pie. This is however not the first company to test this model. It didn’t go too well for Yuwie who eventually folded due to unprofitability.


On heading to the site you’ll see a curated oversized graphic from one of their users. You can’t search or look under the hood without joining and heading through the Tsu login. Once logged in you will see that it has a professional look similar in style to Google+ and Tumblr. It’s certainly a country mile ahead of Yuwie that was a cluttered mess of ads and spam. The community is welcoming and heading to groups is a good place to get started. Many big brands and musicians have been getting involved. We for instance quickly noticed verified accounts for 50 Cent and Nicky Romero. They join more than 5 million users across the network.

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