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Sirshylock

What do we have to post the have more view?

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You can get more views by posting 'cute' pictures with spammy hashtags like #tsunami, but if it's not your picture then you will not get paid. Tsu will check your feed before they will pay out. I see people whose feed is just pictures that they obviously stole from other sites, but they still manage to get lots of likes and shares. I don't know why this happens, but I suspect it's because people think that doing this will make them money.

 

I prefer to use Tsu as a social site. I share my own pictures and post links to interesting stuff. I do use relevant hashtags that will bring in more views for people interested in the topic. This has built me a following and resulted in me being paid this week.

 

It's up to you how you use it, but please review the Tsu terms to see if what you are doing is allowed.


I'm mainly on Steemit. Check out WowApp for messaging that pays.

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