TikTok was a pretty big crowdpleaser in 2019, which means that if our predictions are correct, it’s going to knock it out of the park in 2020. However much you know about TikTok, you’ve got to be in it to win it, which means that you’ve got to be on there and promoting yourself. You’ve also got to have your finger on the pulse of what’s trending, too, so you can beat everyone else to it.
Just like Musical.ly, TikTok offers short-form videos that last for 15 seconds and lets its users share these with their friends, family, and audience. Even though the app was initially created for the Chinese market, it’s since exploded onto the global scene, and now has 300 million active monthly users.
TikTok – the newest social media craze that teens love, and parents don’t get. Congress is pretty worried about it at this point, too. Of course, hundreds of brands see dollar signs and want to make money from it. It is potentially the most controversial and popular social media app. So, what exactly is TikTok, and what’s it meant for? Let’s talk about it.