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    Quote Originally Posted by CommonTaleOfWoe View Post
    ...And of course, she misspelled 'add'. She's so deluded and THIRSTY. She so desperately wants to be a model (like Brandi)... she even tweeted to herself, before the "Eveleigh" account was outed, that she was going on SOOOO many 'photo shoots' that it was "just like she was a model". Ghastly creature...
    Only she's lacking the one element needed to be a model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolade View Post
    Only she's lacking the one element needed to be a model.
    One? I would say all of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PecanPie View Post
    Yeah, fairly sure cloven hoofed homewrecker is outside the J. Crew demographic.
    Horses don't have cloven hooves. Unless she's a goat, which in that case, we're good
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    Quote Originally Posted by CommonTaleOfWoe View Post
    ...And of course, she misspelled 'add'. She's so deluded and THIRSTY. She so desperately wants to be a model (like Brandi)... she even tweeted to herself, before the "Eveleigh" account was outed, that she was going on SOOOO many 'photo shoots' that it was "just like she was a model". Ghastly creature...

    I forgot about about her doing that.


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    Horses don't have cloven hooves. Unless she's a goat, which in that case, we're good
    Or maybe a centaur?
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    Wewe's days of selling a million records seems to be a thing of the past....and selling thread-bare t-shirts on her website didn't really work out so what's left? Pyramid schemes? She's been tweeting her fans to join TSU so they can make $$$. How shady. She knows $$ is tight for most of her loyal fans. She's such a fucking shirker.

    Exclusive: Tsu Launches as First Social & Payment Platform Where Users Own Their Content
    By Harley Brown | October 21, 2014 9:00 AM EDT






    Facebook, Twitter, and their investors may be profiting from user-generated content, but there's one person that's not: the user himself, who sees all the money from targeted ads (how did they know I was looking at those Ugg boots on Zappos?) go directly to those companies. But today (Oct. 21) sees the public launch of a new social media platform with an algorithm that re-distributes ad sales revenue directly to the source.
    Tsu advertises itself as the first combined social network and payment platform that lets users maintain ownership of the content they post. Like Ello, another recently launched innovative "anti-Facebook," it's free and invite-only -- but tsu seems to have a more sustainable premise and business model than the slightly more utopian Ello, which eschews ads altogether but also may be on the wane following its launch in late September.

    “Established social networks have built amazing business models prospering on the total monetization of free user-generated content,” says tsu founder Sebastian Sobczak. “Why should anyone commercially benefit from someone else’s image, likeness and work giving no financial return to the owner? The markets we participate in are enormous, growing and can materially compensate each user -- we’re simply and uniquely rewarding the users who are doing all the work. This is the way the world should work.”


    At first blush, the world of tsu works in much the same way as any other social media network. Ad revenue is generated from page views, except in this case, only 10 percent of the money generated goes to tsu. Of the rest, fifty percent goes to the profile owner/content creator -- let's call him John Smith -- and the other 50 percent goes to the network that brought that particular user to the network, and that's where it gets complicated.
    That 50 percent propagates by an infinite series of thirds up a "family tree," starting with Smith, otherwise known as a "child." The person who invited him to tsu, his "parent," receives a third. The person who invited the parent, the "grandparent," receives a third of that third. Tsu's pay-it-forward algorithm that distributes these funds is based on their invite-only principle.
    The analytics page shows which of Smith's posts and shares received the most views and thus generated the most revenue via his profile page's targeted ads. Once a user accumulates $100 in their "bank account," they can cash it in. There's also a peer-to-peer payment system similar to Venmo, and users can also donate anything in their bank account to a charity that is also on the network, like George Michael's arts nonprofit the Goss-Michael Foundation.

    Other launch partners include LeAnn Rimes, 50 Cent, and DJ Afrojack on the musical side; athletes like Miami Heat's Luol Deng, U.S. track and field Olympian Doc Patton; and organizations such as Environmental Media Association and hospitality and entertainment company SBE Entertainment. Funding firm Sancus Capital Prive backed tsu's $7 million funding round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnygirl View Post
    That 50 percent propagates by an infinite series of thirds up a "family tree," starting with Smith, otherwise known as a "child." The person who invited him to tsu, his "parent," receives a third. The person who invited the parent, the "grandparent," receives a third of that third. Tsu's pay-it-forward algorithm that distributes these funds is based on their invite-only principle.

    totally sounds like a scam/pyramid scheme.
    well, cancelled casino dates ain't gonna pay the bills.
    noticed she's also sending out official sponsored tweets now. marking them with #sp like you're supposed to.
    maybe Eddie should start tweeting and shilling. why should she do all the work?
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    lol, pyramid schemes generally require you to pay in. This does not, it's free. It pays you. It would require you to bring a lot of followers to it to get paid though. So outside of celebs with millions of followers most people wont make money, but it wont cost anyone money. There was a piece on it in the NY Times recently.
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    It sounds good in theory, if it can get enough users to start making it profitable.
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    I'm not gonna be even remotely surprised when after they make all these suckers do all the work, they say "oops, gotta pay our investors first. we swear we'll pay you one of these days."
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    Quote Originally Posted by CL** View Post
    I'm not gonna be even remotely surprised when after they make all these suckers do all the work, they say "oops, gotta pay our investors first. we swear we'll pay you one of these days."
    Totally smells of Amway to me. I don't care if it is "free" NOTHING is free in life. this company is making money of its users just like Facebook does. Celebrities will use this as another way to shill/endorse products to their fans that they claim to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnygirl View Post
    this company is making money of its users just like Facebook does.
    Uh, most companies are in business to make money. Its the raison d'être of business. But this business isn't making it directly from its customers, just like Facebook isn't.
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    My husband's cousin tried to get us to invest in a pyramid scheme for the longest time; he himself was involved, and swore he was raking in thousands of dollars and even got his in-laws involved. I kept telling him that everything I found on the internet after googling the company name was nothing but negative stuff, how it was completely illegal, had already been banned in other countries and even other U.S. states from doing business. A blogger even went as far as sending a colleague to the "business address" of the main offices on the West coast, and it ended up being the address of an alleyway between 2 buildings. I recently realized he had not been talking about it at all anymore, and his wife even started working outside the home, so i'm guessing it didn't work out for them after all...

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    I hope Eddie does nothing actually except what we know he does.

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