My name is Stephen Smith and I humbly greet you all.
I live and work in Johannesburg, South Africa.
My wife, Marian, and I are the founders of the wonderful Tsu Charity, The Papillon Foundation @XP116LLON
We registered the Charity in 2002 and since then it occupies all of our time.
Papillon has some amazing successes, even though it is run on a shoe-string.
It is my pleasure to be a part of this forum.
Hi, I´m JUMOWA
I live in Frankfurt / Germany.
Why tsu is the logical step!
Tsu is amazing and a total game changer!!!
First and most important reason for you and me to register on tsu besides having a virtual home to share impressions, moments and experiences from your life is and was the fact that we have been on Facebook and other social platforms for a couple years now and we did not earn one cent being social on the internet. The owners of those social networks took every cent and dollar we created with traffic on our pictures, videos, and blogs, for themselves and they are doing it still leaving us behind with not one penny.
My point is, in case you have doubts on why to invest any minute of your time into tsu, if Facebook is making billions of dollars every year from revenue that is being created through users like you and me, imagine how much you will be making on tsu if the ad revenue we create is actually being paid back to us.
I've been on tsu for over a year now and I have blogged and shared photographs from my life while recruiting thousands of new users and helping them to get started on tsu.
Register with my link and you won´t have to search and read forever in order to get to know tsu. I will give you a specific overview about what is important, how tsu works and how to teach new users you will be bringing onto tsu.
Thank you tsu and tsunation for a system that is based on sharing. Where everybody is a part of a whole rather than only invited to the party when the wallets are being emptied.
After registering with my Link, visit my profile, say hi and drop me a message
By Tom Peace
Few really interesting insights in this article:
That is one of the longest interviews with Sebastian I have ever read. It's interesting to read about some background of tsu.