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7 Reasons Your Non-Profit Should Be Using TSU

April 13, 2016 Non-Profit

One of the biggest challenges any non-profit organization or charity faces is receiving enough steady donations to consistently support their mission. So, what exactly is the TSU social media platform and how can it help your non-profit?

Launched back in October of 2014, TSU quickly became the most revolutionary social media platform launched to date. TSU reached its first million users in just five weeks after launch, a milestone that took social media giant Facebook ten months to achieve. TSU has many unique features that set it apart from any other platform, which make it a great way for people to support causes and non-profits they are passionate about.

With that being said, here’s a list of 7 reasons why your non-profit should be actively using TSU:

Reach A Wider Audience

TSU is a great place to meet new friends, and connect with potential donors. With TSU, there are no restrictions when it comes to how many friends, followers, or members can view your posts. Facebook for example has algorithms in place that only allow your posts to be seen by a limited number of people. If you post on Facebook and get a few likes, you’ll often receive an automated notification suggesting that you spend $7 to boost your post. With TSU, there is no such issue, and therefor your audience is much wider without having to spend extra money on advertising.

Easily Receive Online Donations

TSU has a built in feature where other members can donate and transfer funds directly from their accounts to your non-profit organization. People can donate from as little as one penny up to however much they’d like. All that your non-profit supporters need to do is simply click the “Transfer Funds” link on your profile and the money is sent instantly to your non-profit.

Earn Revenue For Your Content On TSU

Part of what makes TSU so revolutionary is the fact that they share 90% of their earnings with all members. When was the last time a platform such as Facebook or Twitter sent you a check in the mail? On TSU, you earn money for the original content you post and share. The more posts, views, engagement, and followers you have, the more you earn. In other words, your supporters can help earn you more funds simply by sharing your posts. These earnings can go towards helping to fund your non-profit. Once you earn a minimum of $100 you can request to withdraw your funds and have a check sent to you in the mail. If you live outside of the United States, TSU will pay you directly via PayPal instead of by check.

Earn Revenue By Referring Other TSU Members

In addition to sharing revenue with members, being that TSU is an invite-only platform, you also earn money up to four levels deep for other members that you refer to the platform.

Join Like Minded Groups of Special Interests

There are several groups in many different categories that you can join on TSU. Once you find and join groups that have similar interests to your cause or mission, you can post content advertising your non-profit to a targeted audience.

A More Authentic Community

TSU’s business model revolves a great deal around philanthropy, giving, and paying it forward. There’s a much more positive vibe on TSU with more authentic engagement compared to other platforms.

Share Photos and Links Showcasing Your Non-Profit At Work

Generally, getting the word out about your cause can be quite challenging. TSU however is a great place to gain exposure to your non-profit by sharing photos, videos, and links to your website or articles. Even if you’ve never heard of TSU before now, there are millions of people, including many non-profits, famous celebrities, and artists for example who now use TSU as their social media platform of choice, with those numbers growing daily.

Above are just a few of the many reasons your non-profit should be using TSU. So, don’t just take my word for it, join TSU today and see for yourself the many ways that your non-profit can benefit by using this revolutionary platform.

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