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By Anna

TikTok is an improved version of the app Musica.ly; because of its rising popularity, it is easier to gain fame on TikTok than on already famous applications. It offers you the chance to turn 15-second videos into adverts for your fans to see.


  1. Participate in Competitions

There are competitions on TikTok, where users can showcase their talents and creativity. These competitions usually involve songs and other content. By participating in them, you can increase the coverage of your account.

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  1. Work with TikTok influencers

Influencers are people with large amounts of followers and engagements on their posts. They can be paid to advertise or sponsor your music and videos on their pages.


Work with top creators and influencers. Unsplash

  1. Create Covers of popular songs

Creating a 15-second cover of the chorus of popular and trending songs can help to boost your popularity. People will check out your TikTok page and discover other content and links to your social media handles.

  1. Use hashtags

Using hashtags helps to narrow down the audience that will view your page. When you use hashtags, anyone searching for that specific hashtag will find your posts. Using multiple hashtags will provide you with even more recognition.

  1. Put links and handles to your other social media

Adding links to other social media, hosting plates, arms, and even music content downloads can help you get recognized when people click, download, and share your links.


TikTok targets a younger audience. Pixabay

  1. Leverage local trends

When you notice a locally trending post or hashtag, posting content that is similar to or posting using the hashtag will give you better exposure. This is because TikTok supports indigenous posts as well as international content.

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TikTok targets a younger audience and allows you to measure user feedback and reviews. One very good advantage is that it allows users to upload videos of their reactions to your content, which in turn gives more recognition and engagement for your post.

You can create your challenge, you can upload beautiful high definition videos, and you can have fun while doing all this; this will help your future fans and audience have an even better impression of you and the content you upload.

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