Thursday, December 3, 2015

كيف تربح المال من شبكة تسو TSU.CO

كيف تربح المال من شبكة تسو 


 سنشرح اليوم طريقة الربح من تسو الشبكة الإجتماعية الجديدة التي تشارك أرباحها مع مستخدميها بنسبة 90% يأخذها المسخدمون و 10% تأخذها الشبكة للإستمرارية في العمل, و بهذه الطريقة أصبحت شبكة تسو تنافس العملاقين فيسبوك و تويتر و قد تدفعهما لتغيير سيايتهما.


كيف تربح من شبكة تسو (كيف تربح من tsu)

 تسو مشابه تماما للفيسبوك من ناحية نشر الصور و الإعجابات و المشاركة و مشابه لتويتر من ناحية المتابعة (Following) و الهاشتاغ, لكنه يتفوق عليهما في مشاركة أرباحه مع أعضاء الشبكة لأنهم هم أصحاب المحتوى لذا من حقهم المشاركة في الأرباح.

 توزع الشبكة الارباح بينها وبين المستخدمين بالنظام الخوارزمي -l'algorithme- اتوماتيكيا كل حسب شجرته التي تسمى - شجرة العائلة - التى نكبرعبر دعوة الاصدقاء.

رابط التسجيل في شبكة تسو

 لنفرض مثلا أن شجرة متكونة من 4 مشتركين العضو A  دعا العضو B الذي دعا العضو C الذي دعا العضو D
العضو D مثلا كان نشيطا في شبكة tsu وكان يضع دائما محتوى جيد وصلت أرباح هذا العضو الى 100 $


  • 90$ من 100$ تقسَم على باقي الاعضاء
  • 10$ تعود للشبكة الاجتماعية tsu طبعا لتحافظ على  وجودها 
  • العضو الذي كان نشيطا ووضع محتوى جيد يأخذ  النصف 50% من $90 أي 45$
  • العضو C يأخذ الثلث  أي 33.3%  من  $90  بما مجموعه $29.70
  • العضو B يأخذ ثلث  من الثلث أي  11,1%  من  $90 بما مجموعه $9.99
  • العضو A يأخذ ثلث من ثلث الثلث  أي 3.70% من  $90 بما مجموعه $3.33
  • هذا هو ماسمته الشبكة بقاعدة الأثلاث  التي لا نهاية لها.


بالنسبة للإنضمام إلى شبكة تسو فيتم عن طريق الأعضاء القدامى لذا لا يمكنك التسجيل مباشرة في الموقع و يمكنك التسجيل عن طريقي من هذا الرابط: www.tsu.co كما يمكنك متابعة باقي مقالات المدونة للتعلم بالتفصيل كيف تربح من tsu.

رابط التسجيل في شبكة تسو


How To Make Money Using Tsu.co

WHAT IS T.co?

tsū is a free social network that shares up to 90% of ad generated revenues with its users. You use it like Facebook or Twitter, but you keep the ad generated revenue. Sweet, eh?
tsū shares social revenues that come from third party ads, sponsorships and partnerships.
tsū receives 10% of the revenue your content generates in order to cover the costs of doing business.
After that, 50% the remaining earnings are paid to the user who created and shared the content.
The other half of the remaining earned revenue is distributed to the user’s network Family Tree in thirds.

How do I join Tsū?

New members can only join tsū by user invitation. This invite-only system enables them to track and distribute network revenue to the users who help tsū grow.

To JOIN Tsū you will need an invitation...
  And Here it Is – So let’s get Started!
The link WILL send you to where you can register.

How do I Earn Money on Tsū?

As a user on social media platforms, your content and interactions are valuable. On tsū, you will get paid for your content.
Half of your earned revenue is in the form of royalties generated by the content you post.
Sharing content on tsū is as simple as any other social platform. Sign up, post your status, photos, or videos to your page, and engage with your friends as little or as often as you’d like.

Tsu users are users just like any other social media platform. You get online to share content with your friends, family and business network.
The more you share, the greater your potential to earn some extra money.
You may not make a million, but you will earn more than you do for sharing on Facebook or Twitter, right? It’s your content, why should they keep all the revenue your content generates?

Want to Make Money Online with Tsu?

Here are the three Most Important Tips

Grow your Network
You’ll need to have a good number of followers and your posts need to be engaging in order to earn money. You also get paid when someone you invited actually joins Tsu.
So, start inviting your friends to join. Use the shortcode (your profile URL) so that your family tree – your network – grows. The stronger your network, the more sharing, the more revenue potential.
Avoid spamming and other tactics. You will be banned. Just go out their and start inviting your friends and colleagues.
As they join and share, your revenue will grow. Once the accumulated amount in your Tsu account hits the $100 mark, you can cash it out.
If you are friends with a user, than each of you automatically follow each other, and you will share both levels of content in your feeds (‘Public’ and ‘Friends Only’ posts).
They recommend you only befriending people you actually know or want to know. Trust us on this one!
Choose a Niche
In one sense this is a tactical move. On the other hand, it is the most natural thing for a genuine social media user to do.
Don’t be a try-hard. Choose a subject or topic you enjoy sharing about (it may even be yourself) and start sharing it.
Try and be consistent in the subjects you tend to cover and the way you cover them. In other words: If your a video lover, start sharing your best video’s.
If you have favourite sites, start sharing form those with your own comments and your own take.
The key is to be known – and appreciated for something. If you want people on Tsu to follow you – and you do – then make yourself predictable. Make it clear to me what kind of content i am going to be hit with if I follow you.

Gain Followers with Engaging Content
If you follow a user, you can see their ‘Public’ posts. Users you follow will not see your ‘Public’ posts unless they choose to follow you. Likewise you can have Followers that you choose not to Follow.
Quality content through social networks always generate strong engagement while helping you discover and be discovered by the community.
Tsū’s community is made up of all different types of people ranging from artists, chefs, photographers to college sport fans. With quality content, hashtags also help your content to be discovered. Keep the hashtags relevant to the content you share.
Focus on quality content. Quality content is always fresh, unique and provides some value back to the community.
We’ve seen this through memes, photos, videos and even status updates. Complete your profile, share some content, and be ready to engage with the community as they share interact with you.

Bonus Tip

An important point worth noting is that Tsu also pays you for content hosted on other platforms. For example, if you already monetize your videos on Youtube, you can share them on Tsu and earn more.
You can make money 3 ways by combining Tsū with YouTube® and following these steps:
  1. Publish your video on YouTube®, unlist it and ensure it is monetized on YouTube®.
  2. Take the YouTube® video link and publish it on your Tsū page where it will show a preview of the video.
  3. Take your Tsu short code and announce everywhere that you have a new video on your Tsū network.
This method allows you to make money:
  • On YouTube®,
  • On Tsū
  • On any new Tsū user wanting to see your video.
The content you share is forever tied to you and you earn 33.3% of the revenue they create in perpetuity and about 11% of their audience’s income that they make forever.
If you share Copyrighted material on Tsu and they receive a notification/infringement claim, the content gets removed immediately.  All material must abide by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act or DMCA.


Monday, August 11, 2014

BREAKING NEWS: Legendary Comedic Actor Robin Williams Dead At 63

BREAKING NEWS: Legendary Comedic Actor Robin Williams Dead At 63



Police say it was an apparent suicide

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Legendary actor Robin Williams has been found dead, police issued a full report found below. He was 63. The apparent cause of death was suicide.

Around 11:55 a.m. Monday, sheriff's officials said, a 911 call came in about a man unresponsive in his home in Tiburon. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said in a statement: "At this time, the Sheriff's Office Coroner Division suspects the death to be a suicide due to asphyxia, but a comprehensive investigation must be completed before a final determination is made." 
  
Susan Schneider, the actor's wife, released the following statement to the New York Times' Dave Itzkoff:

"This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one if its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken. On behalf of Robin's family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief. As he is remembered, it is our hope that the focus will not be on Robin's death but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions."
 
Keep refreshing for updates.
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The All-Seeing Eye : What Does It Really Mean ?

The All-Seeing Eye: Sacred Origins of a Hijacked Symbol


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Is the all-seeing eye a symbol of divine omniscience or sinister influence? Today it symbolises control and domination by a shadowy elite, but its original use was quite different. This article traces its use and meaning back to ancient times, when it was a symbol of divine providence, powerfully representing spiritual truth and awakening.

HUMANITY IS LOSING ITS PRECIOUS SYMBOLOGY

The all-seeing eye is a powerful esoteric symbol which is widely misunderstood and misused today; few know what it originally stood for. It was originally symbolic of a higher spiritual power or God, a watchful caretaker of humanity or an awakened spiritual part within. But these days it has quite different associations.
Today the all-seeing eye is more likely to be seen as an “Illuminati” symbol of control and surveillance by elites who to a large degree run the show on this planet at this time. This is because, over time, dark sinister forces have taken over esoteric symbols that for thousands of years were used to convey positive, helpful, uplifting spiritual messages and principles.  The all-seeing eye is a prime example of how spiritual symbols have been hijacked and inverted. There has not really been much push to understand the symbol’s original meaning or to reclaim it for the spiritual significance it first conveyed.
This is the first in a series of articles I am presenting that will take a closer look at individual symbols, and delve into their origins and history to uncover their deeper esoteric significance. I am writing these as part of an effort to reclaim these positive esoteric symbols and restore them to their previously esteemed state.

UNIVERSAL NATURE OF SYMBOLISM

Symbolism has long been used by humanity to communicate ideas which are best crystallised in a compact form. As the well-known saying goes, a picture tells a thousands words! Esoteric symbols are alive today as they were in the ancient past, but there is much confusion surrounding their usage, history, intent, and meaning.
In ordinary life we use symbols to show at a glance important information such as traffic and road signs amongst many other symbols which are widespread and common today. Some other examples are corporate logos and certification statuses.
Symbolism is also especially used in the communication of non-physical, spiritual ideas, phenomena, and processes.
The all-seeing eye is one of the most powerful and widely used  and misused  symbols of all. In this article I trace its use from the earliest of times through to the 18th century, and show what the symbol originally stood for. My next article will examine its use from 18th century freemasonry onwards, and show how it has since been hijacked and misused.

USE OF THE ALL-SEEING EYE IN ANCIENT CULTURES

INDIA

Image: Shiva’s third eye
We perhaps find the precursor to what eventually became known as the all-seeing eye in the Rig Veda, a sanskrit text thought to have been written over 3,000 years ago and one of the oldest known texts. In it there are many references to the sun and to other deities as being an eye in heaven, as an eye which reveals creation, or an eye which never closes.
One can liken this to being symbolic of a high level of awakened consciousness that advanced spiritual beings have and which an ordinary person can potentially attain.
The Hindu god Shiva has three eyes. The third eye or brow chakra eye is known as the eye of Shiva, possessor of all knowledge, which when opened will destroy anything it sees. Thus it is a symbol of knowledge which destroys evil and ignorance.
This again can be likened to an awakened higher spiritual part of a person which sees the truth of things and can then eliminate within a person’s psyche that which is opposite to and blocks divine consciousness from manifesting more. In this way it is a “creative destruction” of evil to transform it into higher consciousness.
Even in modern times, the eye of Shiva is used in jewellery to give protection against evil to its wearer and to gain wisdom and understanding from the world, from life events and from the self, for positive transformation.

NEPAL

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Image:Buddha’s all seeing eye
In Buddhism, Buddha is referred to as the Eye of the World. It is typical for temples in Nepal to display a graphic of the “Eyes of Buddha” as shown to the right – notice it includes a mark for the “third eye” as well. The eyes are also known as the eyes of wisdom and compassion.
Statues of Buddha typically show a dot in the mid-brow to represent the third eye.

ANCIENT EGYPT

EYE OF OSIRIS

It is interesting to find that the Egyptian hieroglyph for their god Osiris contains an eye as shown below. So as with  Hinduism and Buddhism we find a spiritual deity being represented in ancient times as an eye.
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EYE OF HORUS

Image:Hieroglyph for “Osiris” contains an eye
In ancient Egypt, the all-seeing eye was known as the Eye of Horus or the Eye of Ra and also formed part of the symbology of Wad-jet. Through various myths they were symbols of protection, healing and restoration. The left eye of Horus was said to be the moon and his right eye the sun.
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Horus was a falcon-headed sun god and it could be said the Eye of Horus was styled like an eye of a lanner falcon with its marking beneath the eye.
Image: Could the Eye of Horus represent parts of the brain used to manifest consciousness?
It is also very interesting to note that the drawing of the Eye of Horus very much matches the cross section of the mid brain where the thalamus, the pineal and pituitary glands are situated. The pineal gland is often said to be the “third eye” and a centre of spirituality and of spiritual insight, which can be developed in a person.
It’s as if the Eye of Horus could be a depiction of the thalamus as the eye ball with the corpus callosum the eye brow above and the medulla oblongata (brain stem) and the hypothalamus being the two markings below. If this is what they were drawing but calling it the Eye of Horus, does it suggest they considered the mid brain to be the seat of consciousness or even of divine consciousness or “Horus consciousness”? Horus being a sun god and symbolic of the universal Christ, a spiritual force which a suitably prepared person can merge with.

MIDDLE EAST/ASIA – HAMSA

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Image left :A Jewish Hamsa
In the Middle East the all-seeing eye has been known in the form of a hand-eye symbol called either Hamsa, Khamsa or Hamesh.
It’s the symbol of an eye in the palm of a hand, usually the right hand. Again it is a symbol of protection against the evil eye (bad luck caused by jealousy from others) and danger in general and can been seen as a good luck charm in that way.
Image, right: Detail from “The Divine World” by Kahil Gibran
It is also known as the hand of Fatima in Islam and the hand of Miriam in Judaism. In India it is known as Humsa Hand. The Jains also have a form of the Hamsa in their symbolism with the word ahimsa (meaning non-violence) inside a wheel instead of where the eye would be. The Hamsa has been used for thousands of years and is still in use today as amulets, charms or wall hangings. It would seem to have its origins from ancient Mesopotamia with the hand of Ishtar being a symbol of divine protection although it did not contain the eye in the palm.
A more Christian-themed representation of the Hamsa is an art work called “The Divine World” by Kahlil Gibran, a Lebanese Maronite Catholic prominent in the early 20th century as a poet, painter, writer, philosopher, theologian.
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Image, left:A Nazar / Image credit: Alborz Fallah
In Greece and Turkey they have something similar to the Hamsa which they call a “Nazar”. It is just an eye without the hand but it is used in the same way and has the same meaning as the Hamsa, that is, to ward off the evil eye, in the form of amulets or hanging ornaments usually made from blue glass.
Similarly in Buddhism there is the “eye of Buddha” amulet to ward off the evil eye.
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The symbol of an eye in a hand also appears in Aztec and Mayan cultures and in Native American artworks although archaeologists are not sure what meaning it had for these cultures.
Image, right:The enigmatic rattlesnake disc
To the right is a Native American example referred to as “The Rattlesnake Disc” which was unearthed by a farmer in Moundville, Alabama in the 1800′s. Some archaeologists think its symbolism may have represented a portal to spiritual dimensions. It is the most elaborately decorated artwork found at Moundville giving rise to the belief it was of the most importance to its creators. Other artworks found there also contain the hand-eye symbol.

ANCIENT ECUADOR

There is also the amazing discovery in 1984 in La Mana, central Ecuador, of an ancient artefact referred to as the Black Pyramid amongst 300 artefacts found there of unknown origin.
It is not known what culture they come from and the many objects found are baffling and seemingly out of place for this part of the world, such as an object designed as a hooded King Cobra of south east Asia. Cobras don’t exist in South America.
The so-called Black Pyramid is made from black stone with an eye at the apex. The stone has gold inlays forming 13 levels of “bricks” and an eye at the top. These inlays glow when under black light. Overall it looks like a representation of the great pyramid of Giza (7,470 miles away) and also amazingly just like the eye pyramid symbol used on the Great Seal of America and the US $1 bill.
It is also interesting to note the cobra artefact has another similarity with ancient Egypt where the raised cobra is associated with the Eye of Horus/Ra and Wad-jet in their protective aspects with it being worn on the foreheads of Pharaohs at the mid-brow right where the third eye is located.  This symbolises the raising of a person’s energies to a higher vibration which internally leads to the awakening of psychic faculties such as those latent in the third eye.
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Image: via YouTube user Wellington Marin – Illuminati Pyramid from Ecuador
It is not known how old these objects are as dating them has not been possible but they are thought to pre-date the known ancient cultures of the region. There is also a pre-Sanskrit type language (making it very old) engraved on some of the objects including on the underside of the black pyramid where there are also markings which appear to map out the stars of the Orion constellation, which the pyramids at Giza also map. The 4 pre-Sanskrit markings are thought to translate as saying “the son of the creator comes”.
Given the care taken to create this object it would seem to have been an important symbol for its creators although it is not clear how they interpreted it.

ANCIENT GREEK

In the Hymns of Orpheus, the hymn To The Sun describes it variously as thus;
as an “eternal eye with broad survey” ;
and compares it to being the “Father of ages” ;
and as “Immortal Jove, all searching, bearing light” ;
then later as the “Great eye of Nature and the starry skies” ;
followed by “Faithful defender, and the eye of right”
So here we see in an ancient text of the western world similar representation of the sun like that presented in the ancient text of the east, the Rig Veda, as being an eye of the creator and an all-seeing never closing eye watching over and protecting the good.

CHRISTIANITY

“The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.” (Jesus in Matthew 6:22)
“The eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are open to their cry;” (Psalms 34:15)
“The eyes of the Lord are in every place, beholding the evil and the good.” (Proverbs 15:3)
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Image: Does the Talpiot tomb display an all seeing eye?
A possible first known use of the all-seeing eye symbol in Judeo-Christianity is the so-called “Jesus tomb” from 1st century AD discovered in 1980, which uses a similar symbol over the entrance to the tomb. Regardless of whose tomb it is, could this be a first known or early use of the eye-pyramid symbol in the Judeo-Christian tradition?
In Christianity, the all-seeing eye or “Eye of Providence” or “Eye of God” has been used as a symbol from at least the 16th century as seen in the following painting below which depicts a scene from Luke 24: 13-32 where after his resurrection, Jesus has supper with two disciples.
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The eye is inside a triangle, and surrounded by rays of light, with the triangle representing the holy trinity and the whole symbol meaning God’s omnipresence and all-seeing eye watching over creation.
Some claim that the eye in triangle symbol was added to the painting soon after the Council of Trent 1545- 1563, to conform with its canons and decrees but even if that is so that would still place its use in the 16th century.
Image, right: 16th century Christian painting – dated 1525 by Italian artist Pontormo (student of Da Vinci), called Supper in Emmaus – depicts Luke 24: 13-32
In Alsace, France, the fresco painted above the altar of the Abbey Church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste (1763) shows a large example of the eye-in-pyramid symbol, with the rays of glory breaking through the clouds.
Another example is on the Aachen cathedral in Germany. It was originally built in the late 8th century under the Emperor Charlemagne and then enlarged in the middle ages with various other changes and updates along the way. It would seem the all-seeing eye symbol was placed on the cathedral in 1766 to mark the renovations done that year.
Note that these first two examples pre-date the founding of the Bavarian Illuminati (1776) although Freemasonry already existed in England and Europe by this time. Perhaps it was a masonic influence that saw these symbols used on these cathedrals yet it was not until about 1797 that masons are regarded as beginning to use the eye-in-pyramid symbol.
The eye-in-pyramid symbol also features prominently on the front facade of the Hartegbrugkerk Church in Leiden, the Netherlands, built in 1835-36. The Latin words “Hic Domus Dei est et Porta Coeli” translates to “This is the House of God and the Gateway to Heaven.”
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These are just some Christian examples of many that appear in Europe.

CONCLUSION

As we have seen, throughout history there has been a strong tradition across time, continents and cultures of using eye symbolism to generally represent a benevolent creator force watching over, helping and protecting humanity and to represent a spiritual part within.
In my next article I will continue to trace the use of the all-seeing eye symbolism over the last 240 years and reveal how it has been inverted and increasingly used for sinister aims in current times.

Are You Afraid Of Heights ?

30 Death-Defying Photos That Will Make Your Heart Skip A Beat


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If looking down from the edge of a cliff or a tall office building gives you a little thrill in the depths of your tummy, then here’s a post that will tie your tummy into knots! We’ve found 30 of the most death-defying photos out there that will test even our most hardened readers.
Having a “head for heights” is great if you’re a thrill seeker or someone who has to work at high altitudes, and some people consider their tolerance for heights to be a source of pride, but many scientists consider the fear of heights to be an advantageous trait. The famous “visual cliff” experiment proved that even year-old infants have depth perception and are less likely to approach their mother if they have to cross a glass-covered chasm that may look like a cliff edge to them.
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