It wasn’t that long ago that teens used to aspire to be things like pop stars, footballers, and astronauts when they grow up. However, times are changing, and so are their future goals. These days, as many as 50% of millennials aged between 18 and 38 wish that they could be social media influencers, according to research.
If you’re on TikTok and you know what’s what, then you’ll most likely either have heard of Charli D’Amelio or are already following her. This 15-year-old dancer has an impressive 28 million TikTok followers, and 7 million over on Instagram. Just to try and understand how popular she is, think of stars like Britney Spears or Miley Cryus when she was Hannah Montana.
If you’re on TikTok, you’ll know that one of the things that its users love to do the most is to compete and get involved in viral challenges. Not that long ago, a skull-breaker challenge came out, causing groups of friends to trip each other over so that they fell to the ground. The latest challenge doesn’t appear to have moved on very far from this – it involves teens swerving all over the road in time with the beat.
If you’re a teenager and you’re a part of the crazy wave that is TikTok right now, then there’s every chance for you to earn a bit of extra cash on the world’s newest and most popular social media sharing app. Let’s take a look at how to make money on TikTok, and how you can be one of the few that might even go viral and end up earning quite a lot.