How influencers use TikTok to profit and dispatch vocations

Many young people are on their way to careers entirely focused on the 
web—and making money on TikTok is no exception.

A recent survey from Morning Consult found that a whopping 86% of young 
people want to become social media influencers, CNBC reported.




As teens lay the groundwork to pursue these extremely modern careers, however, 
others are concerned about looming questions. Is a career on TikTok lucrative? How 
long will a job as an influencer last? Can you really make money just from goofy videos?
Without a traditional 9-to-5 workweek or regular pay schedule, it seems like a career on 
TikTok would be inconsistent at best. Despite lingering questions about such a career’s 
viability, people continue to flock to the app. Teens in particular hope to establish
followings
to carry into careers, which may or may not involve becoming an influencer.
Grab your calculator: Here’s how TikTok users are aiming to turn a social media 
hobby into a lucrative career.

There are a few ways to make money as a TikTok influencer.

The best and most available ways are to make advertising deals with brands and direct 
“gifts” from users. Both methods demand dedicated time and a consistent TikTok presence
to work, so only users who are prepared to put some real-time into their accounts will see
any return.
The better-known creators on the app often get offers from advertisers. Branded videos 
can make an influencer a big chunk of money: between $200 and $20,000, according to 
Influencer Marketing Hub. By creating videos that promote brands—by speaking directly 
about them, wearing their clothes, repping their products, or unboxing their goods, for 
example—users can get a big payoff.
Some TikTokers also receive monetary “gifts” from their fans. Once users have gone 
live—which requires 1,000 followers—their fans can view their live stream and reward 
them with gifts.
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To purchase gifts, users can purchase in-app “coins.” Packs of coins range from 100 coins 
for $.99 to 10,000 for $99.99. Users then use these coins to purchase “gifts” that range
in monetary value. To give a gift, just click “Give Gift” below the live stream. Then you
can select which gift, from “Panda” to “Drama Queen,” to offer.
Another way to make money on TikTok is to take advantage of YouTube. Many TikTokers 
re-share their best videos and clips to YouTube’s much wider audience.

How much money can a TikTok influencer make?

Here’s where your calculator comes in: TikTok is still a relatively young platform, 
so we don’t have many hard numbers on it yet. However, some of TikTok’s top
influencers have tens of millions of followers and have turned their massive
popularity into monetary returns.
Those users make money through a variety of methods, most of which don’t 
revolve entirely around TikTok. The most popular TikTok influencers find ways
to send fans to their other social media profiles. The more widespread an
influencer’s reach, the more likely it is that brands will extend an offer.
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The most prominent TikToker, Loren Gray, is reportedly worth around $300,000. Still 
comfortably in her teenage years, Gray has raked in the big bucks through connecting 
her TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube pages. BabyAriel, another known TikToker, has a 
fortune estimated near $1 million, thanks to her careful use of TikTok to sell branded 
merchandise.

Turning social media into a career

As far as how to create a permanent career as a TikTok influencer, it’s hard to say. 
A few clients likely would like to stay applicable on TikTok for quite a long time, cautiously
utilizing their mini-computers to keep making cash and perspectives. As influencers on 
YouTube—an a lot more seasoned stage—will let you know, be that as it may, it very 
well may be difficult to keep up. Constantly creating content is a surprisingly difficult task.
For those who carve out a niche, TikTok has the potential to offer the longevity that some 
of YouTube’s more prominent creators have enjoyed. Gray, for example, turned her 
Musical.ly and TikTok fame into a massive social media presence and a career in music.
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The most important thing for TikTokers to remember is that the internet is a big place. 
If you want to solidify expand your reach, you’ll need to create a foundation on sites other 
than TikTok. Sending followers to your Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter pages will help 
boost your overall online presence. This will give you a far more well-rounded base—and 
will be massively important if TikTok follows in Vine’s footsteps (RIP).
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