I am removing inactive accounts from my friends list, it's quit a job and it's painful to see how many left the building, I am trying to stay positive, lol, not easy
I went from 2200 to 1700 now, still not finished, at least 1/4 has become inactive in the last 2 weeks.
How are you experiencing this?
By Top Tsū Girls
I think these are more important than the users with 5k. The reason is that we still have a chance to became friends with the '4k friends' members!
A lot of the people that reach the 5k, usually they turn off the Friends option, and there goes the 'chance of a life'
With 4k friends we now they are active, and the 'golden spot' is still available
I'll start sharing as I find users with +4k friends. Do the same please
Top Tsū Girls
Really simple but useful trick on how to get 5-10 firend requests and followers in about 5 minutes.
In the next five minutes after i was done recording this video i had another 10 friend requests and another follower.
Sorry for the bad audio. I will try to find a better recording solution.
Im not sure if i should post this on my tsu wall. I got a content warning the other day saying that tutorials concerning earning tips are not allowed. I don´t know if this falls under this criteria.
I've been thinking about this issue for quite some time.
When I first joined Tsu, a lot of people de-friended me saying they only wanted to Friend people they knew, and therefore I had to follow them instead to see their feed (eg the things they posted)...
As I approached the 1,000 friend level, it became very apparent to me that Friends are more valuable than Followers because there is the reciprocity of seeing each other's posts.
Now that I have 5k friends, my feed is constantly full - eg every couple of minutes there are at least 500 more posts... and it is the luck of the draw whose posts I see.
The solution I've come up with is to open up the pages of everyone who is usually active.... unfortunately I might not be opening up their pages when they have active posts. For me, there is little point in liking or commenting on an older post - eg 2+ hours old.
So my question is whether this is enough? What do you think?
Before Christmas, I begin the challenge of making a list of all my 5000 friends, because I noticed a decrease in the average views per post and that a lot of my friends were inactive for a long time. I am still in the middle of this process, but I can now say that in the first 1000 friends I checked, about 300 were gone from TSU for more than 15 days, with a lot posting nothing for more than a month. Being that we have a limit of friends, it is very important that one checks this once in a while, deletes the users that are no longer on TSU and also delete and report the ones who post innapropriate contents (found a lot of sexual content, and even more of religious fanatics). In fact, as I've started replacing these "bad" friends by new ones, these ones chosen with more attention, I immediately noticed the view per post numbers going up again. Also my main message board got a lot cleaner and nicer.
I truly think this is a good way of improving your TSU experience. It is a bit of work, but on the long run can be the difference of having a good or mad experience on TSU. I hope to have this checking done by 2015 so that this next year starts with a blast!
Best wishes to all you TSUsers out there!