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Most of you have heard about the new social media Tsu. Of course I'm over there! Come find me!

Tonya Kappes on Tsu.

Here are my thoughts....
1) It's easy to use.

2) The timeline feed is called a diary. It doesn't trickle like and move like Facebook's feed. AND it doesn't show me last status updates from a few days ago like Facebook does. It shows me the true up to date status of my friends/followers! I love that!!

3) It also give me the reach of ALL of my friends and followers, not like Facebook. For instance....I have 3k LIKES on my Facebook page. These are authentic likes from people who want me in their feed. Not just friend and go. They are LIKES.  I had a Holiday ISpy party and Facebook ONLY let 261 of my likes see the post. 

Facebook is making it harder and harder for authors to connect with their readers. 
4) Tsu is helping cut back on trolls. You aren't allowed to just share to be entered into a contest, or like to be entered into a contest. You really have to LIKE someone in order to use a share. This is priceless!

5) You can like, share, and comment to get a cut of their cash...I'm not really sure what I'm talking about here (hahahaha!), but it's still something Facebook isn't doing!

So are you going to TSU???


  1. I went there. It's just learning the new but I like it!

  2. I'm there. I think eventually I'll leave facefook and juat use tsu

  3. Yeah, I read about the cash part, but that is the only part I really don't understand. But I agree with you it is still way better than facebook. My only concern is will they impose a bunch of rules and get greedy also if they become as popular or more popular than facebook. I guess, only time will tell.

  4. I've signed up for it but still trying to figure it all out. :)

  5. YAY! I"m so glad to see y'all on there. I guess anywhere I can see you!


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