4 Social Networks That Pay You For Sharing Content

It sucks that social networks like Facebook tend to make revenues out of your content, while you don’t see a single cent. This is why it is good to know that there are several social networks out there which allow you to share content and make money out of it. You can choose whether you want to donate it to charity, make a payment to a friend or just keep it for yourself. It is always great to be paid for the content you create.



The unique thing about Tsu is that it shares 90 percent of its revenues with  its users. Their aim is to make revenue distribution fair. The only catch is that you need an invite code from the user to sign up No need to worry as we have an invite code for you (www.tsu.co/shobz).

Fortunately there are safeguards in place which prevent people from exploiting the network. There is zero tolerance for spammers and copyright infringing material. Basically the aim is for people to share great content here for amplification. The catch is that you are limited to 12 posts a day, to prevent spamming.

If you are social and share quality posts you will get paid cash. Tsu works with organic reach. It rewards influencers who publish content and who have lots of friends. Basically the network rewards the creator of an original post whose content is shared by others. On other networks, the only advantage the creator gets is the sharing of his post but no financial returns. Over here, the owner gets rewarded for his hard work. This should definitely encourage others to sign up.

Just don’t sign up here expecting to make tons of money overnight. This is the perfect network for those who want to share their original content with others. So if you spend time creating great content, this is the network for you.



Weare8 (www.weare8.com)  is a site which is competing with tsu to get you to share your original content. It is also supported by celebrities such as Jamie Oliver and Usher. The site is currently in beta though I got an invite within an hour after I signed up. This site will allow you to share photos and videos with others.

The good thing about it is that it allows the content creator to benefit from the digital ad revenues just like Tsu. The site also allows you to accept the types of ads you want and determine their placement. It also gives users 80 percent of all revenues generated.

This is a Godsend for all those who want to share content but are frustrated by the ability of Facebook and other networks to make money from their content. Plus the fact that they can control the types of ads which appear next to their posts is another plus point. 

The good thing is that the site is going to come out of beta soon and people will be able to sign up without any problems. Another advantage of the site is that you can build an advertising profile which will allow you to share your interests and blacklist any brands you don’t like.

Users can also donate their money to charity or keep the revenues for themselves. I feel that the site is more like a MySpace where people can create their own pages to promote themselves.



3tags (www.3tags.org) is sort of like Reddit but the difference here is that you get paid for the content you share. They also share 90 percent of the revenue with the user. You can easily sign up for the service and get started promoting your own content. The site only allows up to 3 tags (that is where they got their name from). You can also search for content using those tags. If you add more tags to the post, moderators will remove them.

The basic idea is that you will be rewarded with credit for the popularity of your content. Do remember that they will pay you with their own currency which can then be redeemed for real world currency, once you hit a certain number. Another advantage of this site is that your posts can be searched for on Google and other search engines.



At first glance Bitlanders (www.bitlanders.com) seems to be a social network for teens. This network has a great gamification feature which mixes up social media with gaming. Users are rewarded for each action they take and that is a great incentive.

It rewards for you for virtually every action you take. The more you interact on the site, the more your buzzscore will increase. The Buzzscore rewards you with bitcoin so that is a great incentive. Sure the site is for teens so that advertisers can get them to spend more time creating content, but there is nothing stopping adults from using it.  So each time you share some of your content or do one of the daily quests, you get rewarded.

Plus the more friends you invite to the network, the more you can earn from it. The idea is to create a huge base of followers and share social media. All you need is to create a fun avatar and interact with the rest of the users. Plus you can also redeem your points for gift cards, paypal as well as actual bitcoin.

It was interesting to see that users in Afghanistan can redeem some of their earnings for phone credit. It also has apps for the iOS and android platforms and is growing at a pretty fast rate. This is a great site where your content will do well only if you have good organic reach and you engage well with others.

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  • I used to write on bitlanders months ago. It is legit among all I say since you have to be a writer in order to make an earning from there.
    When this article was written, bitlanders used to pay in bitcoin and there were more earning modes. Now, they pay in their own royalty points and earning ways include mainly writing, and video making.
    Plus tsu is no more. It has been more than a year since it went off.

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