Is TSU becoming the new Twitter?

images

Is TSU becoming the new Twitter?

Do you know TSU allready? If not please make an account using my username (Invite) and become a “Baby” of me!

TSU

https://www.tsu.co/BerriePelser/

What is TSU? tsū is a free social network and payment platform that shares up to 90% of revenues with its users.

How is tsū different? 1. Ownership – We believe in real ownership, which only exists when users own the rights to their content and the economics that come with it. Users should be compensated for their likeness, image and content. It’s simple and it’s the right thing to do.

2. Access – We share social revenues with everyone, for any type of content, size of network or level of influence. Using tsū requires nothing more than what you already do on other social media platforms today.

3. Empowerment – Our model is global, scalable, and designed to empower the user. For the first time every user can be a content creator earning royalties in perpetuity.

How does tsῡ work? tsū shares social revenues that come from third party ads, sponsorships and partnerships. Once economics are created, tsū receives 10% to maintain the platform. Half of the remaining earned revenue is paid to the user who created the content. The other half of the remaining earned revenue is distributed to the user’s network Family Tree. Users on tsū monetize their content and network in perpetuity, which continues to grow alongside the community.

The content I share has value? Yes, as a user on social media platforms, your content and interactions are valuable. On tsū, you will get paid for your content. Half of your earned revenue is in the form of royalties generated by the

Continue reading please: Is TSU becoming the new Twitter?

Who Owns your Social Media, an Infographic

Social-Media-Infographic

Who Owns your Social Media, an Infographic

Social Media

Social Media: You might be surprised to know that five main companies, the biggest of those companies being Facebook – dominate the world of social media. Aside from the infamous Facebook website and mobile app, Facebook also owns Instagram and Whatsapp. In total Facebook.com is worth over $190 billion – it was founded in 2004, and has over 1 billion monthly users globally. Instagram and Whatsapp swell Facebook’s global monthly user figures to close to two billion – that’s just crazy!

Next on the list is the mighty Google – they own the Google Plus platform, along with YouTube, which Google purchased back in 2006. Google has a combined total of 1.54 billion active monthly users.

The third biggest name in the world of social media is Twitter, with 271 million active monthly users. LinkedIn follows twitter, with 187 million active monthly users, and finally Yahoo (who own Flickr and Tumblr).

Social media startups are still coming thick and fast, with the latest trend being image sharing. Sites like Pinterest and We Heart It are becoming increasingly popular – as are websites and apps like Snapchat, Ask FM and Kik messenger. Although these sites are universally popular, they appeal more to younger age brackets, key demographics in the battle for social media users.

Facebook tried to woo Snapchat – like they did with Instagram and Whatsapp– but the $3 billion offered by Facebook to the app’s owners was rejected. Social media is big business, but most of the deals and handshakes go on behind the scenes – leaving social media users to share, Like, tweet, reblog and publish their innermost thoughts in peace.

Next time you’re

Continue reading please: Who Owns your Social Media, an Infographic

Which Social Media Platforms are the best for your Business?

Which Social Media Platforms are the best for your Business?

Social Media Platforms

With all the social media sites available today, which ones should you leverage? In an ideal world, you would use them all. As a small business, however, you don’t have enough time and money to do so.

With your limited resources, which social media platforms would you pick?

If you think Facebook and YouTube are your best bets because they are most popular, think again. Just because a site is popular doesn’t mean it is a good fit for you business.

To help you decide which social media platforms is best suited for your business, I’ve created an infographic that explains what social sites you should be leveraging based on real data.

Source: Quicksprout

1. Twitter: Twitter is the dominant democracy of the social-sharing economy. Relevancy, personality and brevity are the keys to making your voice heard.

2. LinkedIn: LinkedIn is the online analog to old fashioned networking. People – and connections to people – are everything

3. Facebook: Facebook offers personal connection and an enjoyable distraction amidst the work day, but use typically peaks outside of work hours. There’s no shortage of options for analyzing Facebook data. Track the success of your content by date and time to hone in on the best times for engaging your audience.

4. Google+: As Google’s proposed alternative to Facebook, keywords and search engine optimization are central to the appeal of Google+. Link often to content on your own website to direct this search boost where you want it most.

5. YouTube: Google treats its own well, and YouTube is the prime example of this fact. YouTube videos feature prominently in Google

Continue reading please: Which Social Media Platforms are the best for your Business?

Rock Social Media Strategy in 30 Minutes, an Infographic

Rock Social Media Strategy in 30 Minutes a day, an Infographic

Social Media Strategy

How much time does social media marketing take out of your work day?

It’s no surprise that social media takes up a larger part of a marketer’s day than it did even a year ago. The addition of social networks your company needs to have a presence on and keep updated is growing out of control, leaving many marketers drowning in the increased time and investment required.

However, the massive amount of time marketers are dedicating to social media these days is no indication that they are doing it right. In fact, I would bet that in most cases the more time a marketer spends on social media, the less likely they are to actually have a strategy at all. Many marketers don’t know how to tackle the mountain that is social media and wind up wasting a lot of time haphazardly updating and monitoring their social presence.

Social media strategy is the deployment and development of modern strategic plans for social media. A Social media strategy incorporates these new ways of communication where media is not only broadcast but also shared, commented, opined edited or modified by the public at large.

A winning social media strategy is all about working smarter, not harder. Unless you are an enterprise level company, all you need to truly rock your social media is 30 minutes a day. With automation tools like Pardot to take care of many of the time-consuming and repetitive tasks, all that you need is a well defined daily plan and some self discipline.

Source: Pardot

Continue reading please: Rock Social Media Strategy in 30 Minutes, an Infographic

Social Networks You Should Care About in 2014?

Social Networks Should You Care About in 2014 WordPress SEO Hosting. Which social networks should I focus on. social media still seems new to many of us.

Continue reading please: Social Networks You Should Care About in 2014?

Social Media in a Nutshell an infographic

Social Media in a Nutshell an infographic

Social Media is a fast growing industry and it can be hard to follow. So sometimes it is nice to take a step back and review who the big players are and what they actually do.

The following infographic by  Text Marketer  takes a global look on 4 of the main players: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest – and compares it with more traditional media like email and SMS.

Social networking is not just about sharing your ugly bathroom seflies or keeping in touch with high-school friends, it’s business – a living business. However, choosing from so many social media platforms can be overwhelming. Take a look at this infographic filled with some facts and statistics to help you make your choice.

What to Remember

– LinkedIn was the first major platform to launch back in 2003 – Facebook is the biggest with 1.26 billion active users – 98% of SMS get read – 58 million tweets are sent each day – 84% of all email is actually spam

10 Social Media Technology Predictions 2014

10 Social Media Technology Predictions 2014. heavy focus on social and content marketing

Continue reading please: 10 Social Media Technology Predictions 2014

10 reasons why small business can’t ignore social media infographic

10 reasons why small business can’t ignore social media, an infographic From apps to social media to mobile payment processing, doing business in the digital age

Continue reading please: 10 reasons why small business can’t ignore social media infographic

Ahead of the Twitter IPO an Infographic

Ahead of the Twitter IPO an Infographic. As the world’s #2 social network Twitter prepares to go public (Reports suggest a Nov. 15 debut), take a look at their latest data on finances, user growth, impact on social TV and more.

Continue reading please: Ahead of the Twitter IPO an Infographic

How To Create THE Perfect Tweet – an infographic

How To Create THE Perfect Tweet – an infographic. At first glance 140 characters could seem insufficient, but once emerged into the world of social media you realize they give the endless possibilities. If you have some basic skills of course! So where to start? Above all dedicate some time to your tweet: each good project initiates with a good idea, so you need to think your message well.

Continue reading please: How To Create THE Perfect Tweet – an infographic

Top 7 Tips to Get More Followers on Twitter – infographic

The Top 7 Tips to Get More Followers on Twitter – infographic. Do you want to know how to get more followers on Twitter? Many businesses are now using this social platform as part of their social media marketing strategy. I’ve put together seven tips to increase engagement and get more followers for your business tweets.

Continue reading please: Top 7 Tips to Get More Followers on Twitter – infographic

Twitter 7th anniversary – infographic

Twitter 7th anniversary – infographic. Social networkers are leading the always-on, connected generation. We have seen ownership of smartphones and tablets leap to over 53% and 25% respectively as of January 2013, but these figures are even more pronounced when we look at those that use social networks.

Continue reading please: Twitter 7th anniversary – infographic

The Amazing Social Media Statistics 2012 – infographic

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, 2012′s Most Amazing Social Media Statistics INFOGRAPHIC. Social media differentiates from traditional/industrial media in many aspects such as quality, reach, frequency, usability, immediacy and permanence.

Continue reading please: The Amazing Social Media Statistics 2012 – infographic

The Growing Impact of Social Media #infographic

The Growing Impact of Social Media #infographic. Social media are social software which mediate human communication. When the technologies are in place, social media is ubiquitously accessible, and enabled by scalable[clarification needed] communication techniques. In the year 2012, social media became one of the most powerful sources for news updates through platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

Continue reading please: The Growing Impact of Social Media #infographic

How To Grow (and Use) Your Twitter Audience Following #infographic

How To Grow Your Twitter Audience and Following #infographic. Twitter describes itself as, “a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?”

Continue reading please: How To Grow (and Use) Your Twitter Audience Following #infographic