How to Go Viral on TikTok – I gained 1 Million followers in 9 …
So you’re wondering how to go viral on TikTok, huh? Well, I don’t blame you! It’s the social media platform everyone can’t stop talking about, and the app has experienced tremendous growth since quarantine started. It’s no longer a place where pre-teens do silly dances and lipsync, but a community where people of all ages share a variety of content on anything from goofy dog vids, to life as an astronaut, to how to trade a bobby pin for a house. Any type of content can succeed on the platform, which is part of what makes it so fun.
The first thing you need to know is that in its current state, TikTok is a meritocracy that gives every video a chance by showing it to a small audience on the For You Page (FYP). Yes, even if you have 0 followers. If your video performs well with this small group, TikTok will continue to push it out to more people that they think will like it. Because of this, typically you can tell in the first hour or two if you have a viral video on your hands.
While I just joined TikTok 3 months ago, I’ve personally had over 14 Million video views in the past 30 days, which is why I’m here to help you learn how to go viral on TikTok. I’ve spent the past 4 years geeking out over social media analytics and organic growth trends.
Alright, so how do you go viral on TikTok? Here are my best tips:
1. Kick your video off with a bang
Tiktok is a fast paced app where you have to grab people’s attention quickly before they swipe past your video to watch other content. If there’s no action till the end, most people won’t watch. Set the tone and topic of the video within the first few seconds so that people understand what they’re watching.
2. When deciding on video length, keep it as short as possible
Unless you’re telling a lengthy story that actually requires a full minute of video, I’d suggest keeping your clips short and to the point. Tiktok looks at the average length of watch time compared to the length of the video as a method of evaluating quality. You’re more likely to have people watch 8 seconds of a 10-second video than 48 seconds of a minute-long one.
Listen, we all know that our phones and apps have the power to hear what we’re saying, and make decisions (ie show us ads) based on that audio. TikTok wants to show your content to the right audience, and will use all the tools you give it to learn what your video is about, and show it to the proper people. You can do this in your caption or hashtags, which I’ll address later, but by using a voiceover on your video, you’re giving them significantly more keywords and information on what your video is about for them to be able to show your content to the right audience.
4. Use trending music or sounds
Whether you decide to do a voiceover or not, it’s worth always including trending music in your videos. You can certainly choose your own songs, but TikTok is a social platform where people feed off the trends, so it’s just substantially more likely that you’ll do well if you use current trending songs. Always layer a song quietly in the background with a voiceover too.
*Pro-Tip* If you do want to use your own song, and TikTok won’t allow it, you can just upload with your own audio, select a song, and set that second song to 0 volume.
Yes, dances can go viral, but stories are more likely to. Let’s be real, unless you’re a wonderfully talented or hilariously bad dancer, your dance videos aren’t likely to go viral on TikTok. For us regular folks that weren’t blessed by the gods of rhythm, we’re more likely to go viral by telling an interesting and compelling story. The story can be anything. It can be something interesting that happened in your life, something random that happened during your day, a project you did, anything. Just tell a story, and keep the plot flowing quickly.
6. Share tips, advice, favorite things
People also love learning on TikTok, so if you have expertise in a certain subject, create informational videos to help people learn more about it. Quick bullet point videos work great for these, with text over the screen guiding the user through the mini-lesson. Likewise, people love shopping on TikTok, so sharing favorite products is also a surprisingly easy way to gain traction (and monetize).
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7. Always have a strong call to action
I think this is probably one of the most important things that will not only help make a video go viral but also help you grow your following. What good are 5 Million views on a video if you only get 2000 followers from it? First of all, when TikTok sees lots of people commenting, liking, or following a video, they will naturally push it out to more people. Because of this, it’s great to have a call to action in your caption and/or at the end of your video such as “like for part 2”, “follow for more”, or “don’t let this flop”. You obviously have to have a compelling video to make this work, but adding a strong CTA on a video can be the difference between 2M views with 2K new followers and 9M views with 40k new followers. I’d suggest having your CTA be at least a few seconds long so that people have time to follow you before moving onto the next video.
8. Include random details for people to comment on
If I learned anything from my biggest viral video, it’s that people love commenting on random things in the video. The video is about crossing the US/Canadian border, but I randomly mentioned bagels at one point and got so many comments on cream cheese and the quality of my bagels and where my bagels were from. People love spotting little details, that aren’t the main focus of the video, and commenting on them. Like I mentioned earlier, the more comments you can get, the more likely you are to go viral. So the more random details you can give people to comment on, the more likely you are to get comments. An easy one is to wear something cool/weird in your video and everyone will ask where it’s from, but you could do this in so many different ways.
9. Leave some questions unanswered
This is key to get comments, which will in turn help you go viral on TikTok. If you’re posting a video and you can think of an obvious question people will have – DO NOT EXPLAIN IT. This will lead to a ton of comments and help your video perform well.
10. Do something slightly controversial
Again, commenting drives virality, so if you can have anything controversial, this will help. People honestly love to give their two cents on things on the internet. You don’t need to be doing anything wrong, but if there is a topic that people are particularly divided on, like how much cream cheese is appropriate on a bagel, is ketchup on eggs acceptable (literally small silly things! ) they will jump in and comment their opinion on it. At the end of the day – EMBRACE YOUR HATERS & love them – they will make you go viral on TikTok.
11. Be relatable, aspirational, or hateable?
If your video is one of these three things, you will inevitably get people commenting on it.
12. Make it so that some parts of the video need to be rewatched
While this might seem counterintuitive, there are benefits to having a video where some parts are too fast for someone to read, watch, or understand on the first viewing. For example, if the text is too fast to read, someone will likely rewatch the video to re-read the text, and maybe pause at that point. When they do this, they’re spending more time on your video and signaling to the algorithm that it’s a better video, which will in turn get TikTok to show it to more people.
13. Have text on the opening video frame
By starting your video with text over the first slide, viewers in the FYP will likely spend a few seconds reading this and therefore naturally and stay on the video for a few seconds longer than a video without text. Not only is this good for average watch time in the algorithm, but you also will more likely retain some of these viewers if you have a compelling story.
14. Don’t use #FYP, #foryou, or other generic hashtags
I’m not convinced that hashtags are always beneficial or not, but what I am positive about is that #FYP, #foryou, and other wildly generic hashtags will do nothing. Use niche tags, or don’t use any at all. If you have a super niche video, niche hashtags can sometimes help TikTok serve your video to the right crowd. However, if you’re posting something that would appeal to a variety of people across the platform, it’s best to not pigeonhole it with hashtags and let the algorithm serve and decide who it should be shown to.
15. Reply to all your comments
The more comments on a video, the more likely it is to go viral. This works especially well if you can engage with commenters and get them to continue commenting on your video. However, if you have a video that is going viral on TikTok and you are replying to comments, don’t go too fast or you’ll get blocked. I was blocked from commenting on any videos for more than 24 hours when I replied to comments too quickly and this became very frustrating since I love my haters and wanted to reply to them?
At the end of the day, going viral on TikTok is a numbers game. The more often you post, the more likely you are to have a video go viral. Don’t skimp on quality, but if you push yourself to consistently push out videos, not only will your videos probably get better, but you’ll be more likely to have one of them go viral on TikTok.
17. Don’t stick to a niche right away
On TikTok, anything can go viral (even a video of cutting an avocado) and if you niche down too early, you’re pigeonholing yourself into one audience on TikTok. I’d suggest making a variety of content when you start out, playing around with different formats and topics. When you figure out what people like to see, and what you like to make, then double down on that! Even after that, you can continue to try new types of content, and see what works.
18. If you’re talking about a specific product, don’t link it right away
If you’re doing a product review and trying to monetize your video via affiliate links, I know it’s especially tempting to drop the product link in the comments right away. However, by not dropping the link, you’re more likely to get people commenting asking where it’s from, or asking for the link, which will in turn help you video gain traction and go viral on TikTok.
19. Spend at least 15-30 mins a day watching videos on the FYP
While it might be tempting to be efficient and only come into TikTok to post your video before dipping out to do other things, I think it’s important to spend a little each day watching videos on the FYP. This will help you get new ideas and keep up with the current trends, which are very relevant to stay on top of to create top-performing content.
I think it takes most people at least a month to figure out their style on TikTok, and how to make videos work well, so if you don’t go viral right away, don’t give up and keep trying!
Alright – those are all my tips for how to go viral on TikTok for now! Thank you for coming to my TedTalk lol. I’ll share updates here as I figure out new things that work Let me know if you agree or have other ideas in the comments!
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The 3 Most Effective Hacks On How To Go Viral On TikTok In …
How To Go Viral On TikTok
‣ #1: Incite ‘FOMO’ In Users
‣ #2: Consider The 3 Second Rule
‣ #3: Become The ‘Poster Boy’ Of Your Niche
TikTok can be a mystifying thing for new brands or creators navigating the platform. But it’s definitely a platform worth decoding if you want any chance of winning the hearts of Gen Z and going viral on social media. Not only has the app been downloaded over 2. 6 billion times worldwide, it has around 3. 7 million monthly active users in the UK, who spend an average of 41 minutes on the app every single day. In order to engage with this demographic, there are a few key things any creator or brand must know. These are things that we at Fanbytes have tried and tested through activating blockbuster campaigns for our clients, and have concluded from our industry-leading TikTok analytics tool, Bytesights. To discover these exclusive hacks on how to go viral on TikTok, then just keep on reading. #1: Incite ‘FOMO’ In UsersThis hack is best described by that feeling that you get when the new iPhone comes out and all of your peers get one except for you. You’re left feeling like you’re missing out on something pretty exciting and amazing and all you want is to have that iPhone. Well, imagine if you could create a similar scenario on TikTok and somehow encourage users to either replicate your content, try your product or service, or take part in a trend or challenge you created? You don’t even have to imagine.. It’s been done time and time again, and you can do it too. A recent example comes from Little Moons, a mochi ice cream brand that have gone completely viral on TikTok. They were able to encourage thousands of users to run out of their houses to buy their product at their local supermarket. And get this: they’ve received a 700% sales surge at Tesco stores thanks to TikTok!
Some of their most engaged videos incorporate viral sounds with ‘satisfying’ TikTok food conventions such as the squishing, cutting and ASMR creation of food. ASMR and ‘satisfying’ food videos are hugely popular trends on TikTok and Little Moons tapped into that perfectly in order to receive that initial traction. Playing on the uniqueness and ‘satisfaction factor’ of their product was the first step in intriguing users and peaking their a result, users started to pay attention and organic hashtags such as #littlemoons (61. 1 million views) and #littlemoonsmochi (50. 6 million views) were born. The curiosity grew about this new product and users felt compelled to test them for themselves. This, in itself, bred a huge FOMO (fear of missing out) experience around the product, and that’s why you’ll predominantly see ‘review’ and ‘testing’ videos on these hashtags. #2: Consider The 3 Second Rule
You are not going to get anywhere on TikTok unless you are aware of how the algorithm distributes and values content. Once you’re aware of the key factors that go into the measurement of value in the algorithm, you’ll be one step closer to creating content that people genuinely want to see on their ‘for you’ top piece of advice that our team of talented paid ads experts will give to you is that you need to know about the 3 second rule. So, as soon as you share a video on TikTok, the algorithm will always send the video onto users’ ‘for you’ pages, but only for a short period of time. The reason for doing this is so that TikTok can identify whether the video is relevant and engaging to its cause of this, the key metrics that are being measured are watch time and completion rate. If the watch-time is low and the audience are only watching a few seconds of your video before scrolling to another one, the algorithm will stamp your video as unengaging and irrelevant, which is not ideal. So how do you avoid this? You make sure that your video captivates your audience within the first 3 seconds! The longer people stay on your video, the higher the completion rate, and the more likely TikTok will continue to boost your post until you go viral. If you’d like to learn more about playing to the algorithm to go viral, click here for an extended post. #3: Become The ‘Poster Boy’ Of Your NicheOne of the most effective ways we’ve seen creators and brands send themselves viral is by deciding on a niche and becoming the ‘poster boy’. Anybody can identify a trend on TikTok and jump on it but the chances are slim of being seen if there’s nothing to differentiate you from all the other videos doing the exact same, to side-step this, you should find something you enjoy, are good at, and can tap into in a big way. A great example of this comes from @lubalin. This creator has gone massively viral by turning wild internet beef into cinematic, musical experiences on TikTok. The canadian musician has racked up 2. 5 million followers from his 5, 000 followers in December, and over 20 million content has even sparked a trend where users recreate hilarious situations that leverage one of his sounds. This sound captures a hilarious Facebook exchange where two unidentified people go back and forth about a house rental before one threatens the other with a call to the attorney general. The sound attracted 22. 7k user-generated content and the #lubalin hashtag garnered 2. 3 million views! Internet drama is an explosive genre of social media content in itself, with various accounts on all social platforms dedicated exclusively to internet drama. Pair this with a catchy sound and humour, two aspects that dominate TikTok, you end up with a viral sensation.
Lubalin, after studying what makes things go viral on TikTok has explained: “You need a hook, then you need to deliver…I began wondering how can I take my skill set and apply it to that? I was kind of in a haze of taking in all this information then I thought maybe it would be fun if I took a screenshot of something and turned it into a song. ”He has since been working on an “internet drama” series which has been doing equally as well. Not only has he been able to establish his name on the platform, but he’s been able to create a way to guarantee views and engagement to his profile. He took something that users loved and did more of it by creating a series. This profile is a great example of a musician utilising the quirks of the platform and behaviour of its users to get noticed amidst the large flurry of musicians battling for viral TikTok fame. He took something, built something off the back of it, and has succeeded in growing a following Creating a USP and ‘distinguisher’ between you and other brands/ creators is essential. A great way to do this is find something that works for you, claiming it as yours, and creating a series out of it, so people keep coming back. These hacks are only the start of the things you need to consider if you really want to make a splash on TikTok. Our team of advertising veterans dedicate time every single week to bring you the insights you need to make a name for yourself on Gen Z’s favourite app. If you’d like to receive these insights straight to your inbox, you can sign up here for our general you want to know what’s going viral on TikTok every week, we also do a weekly trends newsletter where we talk through what the trends are, why they’re trending and how you can leverage them. Sign up ever, if you think you’re ready to get serious about TikTok, we’re ready to chat to you. Simply fill out the form to speak to a TikTok expert and learn how we can utilise our insights for your brand.
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How to go viral on TikTok in just 5 steps! – Techpluto.com
Let’s admit it, it is TikTok’s world, and we are just living in it. The viral app has marked its presence in everyone’s phones worldwide, from boomers to Gen-Z. There are pop stars, doctors, teens, policemen, actors, singers, and literally everyone on the app — and why not? It’s fun, it’s easy to use, and once you get the hang of it, lord knows it’s such a task to stop scrolling. The charm and popularity of the app have got every youngster wondering, “Is it possible to make it big as an influencer? If so, how to go viral on TikTok? ”However, its popularity is a double-edged sword. With so much content being uploaded to the app every second, it is a difficult task to make yourself stand out in the public eye. Sounds scary? Don’t worry, it isn’t nearly as overwhelming as it sounds. In fact, you have chosen the best time to go viral on TikTok. With the new algorithmic update, it’s easier than ever to gain more visibility. Moreover, in this day and age, becoming an online content creator is actually becoming a desirable career path for many. In the last few years, influencer marketing has seen a boom. According to research, businesses who utilised influencers for marketing have gained impressive returns and in turn, the influencers have started making big bucks — sometimes more than a whopping $100, 000 per sponsorship. In addition to minting more money than what a desk job offers, influencers have also made it big on other media platforms. TikTok’s biggest creators — the Hype House have recently bagged a Netflix deal, the D’Amelio family are set to star in a reality series with Hulu and Addison Rae has announced an exclusive Spotify podcast. If that wasn’t enough, the mega-popular Charli D’Amelio — who is TikTok’s most popular content creator — and her sister, Dixie D’Amelio have recently partnered with Morphe for a makeup line. Whew, that was a lot of information. The point is that mainstream celebrities like Will Smith are becoming TikTokers and TikTokers like D’Amelio are becoming mainstream celebrities. Lines are blurring, and it is just the beginning. Even though your parents might find it hard to believe that content creation can pay your rent if you have decided to take the plunge and you are ready to risk it is how to go viral on TikTok 1. Manipulate the algorithmKeep up with the trendsUse popular songsLearn the popular dances Use a lot of hashtagsConquer the Completion Ratio 2. Identify your niche 3. Make your editing pop 4. Dramageddon Use the dramaGet yourself a mentor Make friends with other content creators: 5. Community buildingEngage with audiencesDon’t be discouraged Be kind, honest, and real ConclusionHere is how to go viral on TikTok 1. Manipulate the algorithmIf you are looking to make your TikTok go viral, we sure hope you are good at math. (Don’t worry, we won’t make you solve trigonometry sums). Because going viral is all about algorithms. Let us explain how TikTok’s algorithm works. The algorithm works towards pushing the right videos to the right users. This depends on the videos the user has previously liked, shared or commented on and the audio, as well as, text description and hashtags on the video. So what happens is, if a user likes cat TikToks with a particular song in the background, the algorithm will try to narrow down their preferences and push those specific videos to the user. Now that you know how the algorithm works, it is time to manipulate it for your benefit and go viral on TikTok. Keep up with the trendsViral trends on TikTok rake up millions of views every day. Naturally, as a budding content creator, it should be your number one priority to get on these trends to increase your visibility. You could either wait until you stumble upon a new trend or work smart and spot it early enough to be called a trendsetter. Going viral on TikTok is starting to sound like a lot more work than you had thought? To be honest, it is a lot of hard work but here are some shortcuts on how to ride the first wave of a trend. Use the Discover page to know people’s tastes and preferences beyond your personal choices. Use this information to spot trends and discover new directions. Take some time out of your day to figure out what kind of content is being made on TikTok. You will start recognising patterns in which content is being made. Lastly, be active on other social media platforms like Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter because what is trending there might likely be transformed into a trend on TikTok. Follow popular creators, teen stars and influencers. Use popular songsNot very long ago Megan Thee Stallion’s song ‘Savage’ was sweeping across TikTok. The ‘Hot Girl Summer’ singer herself had taken to grooving to the ‘Savage’ choreography that 19-year-old Keara ‘Keke’ Wilson popularised on TikTok. Wilson’s video now has over 50 million views and everyone who uploaded videos of them doing the choreography was raking up thousands of views. The same goes for ‘Say So’ by Doja Cat, ‘Supalonely’ by Benee feat. Gus Dapperton, ‘It’s Tricky’ by Run-DMC, ‘FACK’ by Eminem and ‘Yucky Bucky Fruitcake’ by Iamdoechii among others. The lesson you need to learn from this is that people freaking love popular songs — and once popular on TikTok, it is only onwards and upwards for both the artist and content creator. If you use a popular song for your TikTok, you are automatically going to be exposed to more people, wider audiences and receive more best part about songs is that you could use them in the background for any kind of TikTok — it doesn’t have to be only for choreographies. Use it for a challenge, for a comedy video or put your own creative twist on it! Learn the popular dances Okay, so this is for people who want to use popular songs strictly for dancing — make sure you know the choreo, girl. Remember the wildly popular Renegade from last year? From James Charles to Charli D’Amelio — everyone was doing the Renegade and it was hard to find someone who wasn’t. So if you love dancing and want to be viral on Tiktok, just dance! (but make sure to do the viral choreographies). Some popular TikTok dances right now are Cut the Check, Out West, Boss B*tch, To The Back among you are someone whose TikToks are mostly about dance — make sure you take some time out of your day and practice dance moves to really perfect them. One of the most prominent appeals of watching dance TikToks is how smooth the moves look and how effortlessly the dancer pulls them you are feeling confident then let no one stop you from creating your own choreography to a song you might think has viral potential. You do you! Use a lot of hashtagsHaving a strong hashtag strategy is key to going viral on TikTok. Using hashtags is the easiest way to go viral on the app, boost your reach and get more followers. Go to the Discover and For You pages and check the hashtags that are trending the most. Depending on the content you are trying to market, use relevant hashtags. Scour through what’s trending but also lookup which hashtags your competitors are using. You could use hashtag finder tools like TikTok hashtag generator or reConquer the Completion RatioMaking 60 seconds TikToks might seem harmless at first but it is not. Don’t do it! Your visibility hinges on something called the Completion Ratio. The TikTok algorithm recognizes the percentage of viewers who finish the video. On the basis of this, the algorithm decides whether to push the video to more viewers or not. Keeping this in mind, make sure your videos do not exceed 10 to 15 seconds in length. In addition, videos that are seamless loops will be viewed by audiences again and again on repeat, boosting your completion ratio. Identify prime times you receive the most engagement. This will depend on your time zone. Post only in these time slots. 2. Identify your nicheAll of us are better at something more than other things. The key to going viral on TikTok is to identify what you are good at. It can be singing, acting, modelling, poetry, rapping, art, pottery, makeup and so on. But it doesn’t have to be performance art. You could make videos on weird science facts, medical advice, literature, research (#PhDlife), math, politics, baking — simply anything that interests you. Making content will be fun for you and your audiences if you take passion in the content you put out. Make sure your TikTok content is an extension of your interests. How to go viral on TikTok can be a daunting question, but if you know what you want to do, feel confident and are passionate — you’re ready to make moves. Be clinical about the process of finding your niche. Ask yourself important questions, like What are my interests? What do I like to do in my free time? If I were to be invited as a speaker, what would I speak on? What kind of TikToks do I like to watch in my past time that is included in this niche? Does someone else make the same kind of content as I want to make? 3. Make your editing popTikTok lets you edit videos within the app but seasonal influencers know that to make your content really stand out, you’ve got to edit your videos outside of the app. There are literally hundreds of applications to choose from — some paid, some not. If you are just starting out, you don’t need to go all out and purchase expensive software to edit — just like you don’t have to buy a ring light or a DSLR for your first third-party editing apps are answers to your question of how to go viral on TikTok. Some popular applications are Beecut, Filmora and VEED. These apps, among others, are user-friendly and are designed to ease the process of editing. Even if you have never edited videos before, with these apps it is going to be easy-peasy. Third-party apps have a wider range of editing tools, effects, filters, animations and an extended audio library to choose from. 4. Dramageddon This sub-point derives its name from the infamous drama between YouTube beauty community stalwarts Jeffree Star, James Charles and Tati Westbrook. If you know, you know. Now, influencers break up and make up all the time, and even if you don’t care about them, the views that drama rakes up are absolutely bonkers. James Charles’ ‘No More Lies’ video stands at 55 million views as of date. Trisha Paytas’ TikToks gain thousands of views in seconds for a reason. There is one thing we can be sure about — drama sells. Use the dramaIt’s time to take some lessons from the beauty community on YouTube. Want to know why Trisha Paytas’ TikToks are always blowing up? It is because she’s always ready to spill the tea and keep it a hundred percent real. Depending on what kind of TikToks you make, drama can get really handy. There are a couple of ways you can go with using drama — you can either use shady clips from famous celeb drama or RuPaul’s Drag Race and lipsync to those or you could just become a drama channel. Drama and update channels everywhere on social media have massive fan followings, and their engagement is through the roof. So, if you are passionate about celeb drama and are full of opinions about it — this is your calling! Get yourself a mentor It is likely that if you are a consistent and truly talented content creator, a more experienced influencer will discover you and give you a shoutout. Just like James Charles mentors Charli D’Amelio, this influencer could be your to-be-mentor. Don’t be a people pleaser or change the way you are just to fit in with other people. But if you are wondering how to go viral on TikTok, a sure shot way is to constantly form strategic ties and be on the lookout for a mentor who can guide you to fame. Make friends with other content creators: Even if you aren’t big on drama, you should always go ahead and make friends with other creators and influencers. Ideally, have a large group of friends from the same platform, somewhat like the Hype House. We aren’t advising you to use these friendships to go viral but, likely, your friends’ audiences will also check you out when you collab for a TikTok or post a snap of you both grabbing brunch on Instagram. Here’s a pro-tip: make friends with creators who do not share the same audiences like you. If you are a dancer then collab with a singer, or an actor! If you are a science guy, collab with a comedian — doing so will expand your avenues and help you gain more visibility and go viral. 5. Community buildingAsk any expert of the industry about how to go viral on TikTok and most of them would emphasize the notion of community building. Here’s what you should do:Engage with audiencesAs a content creator, your work isn’t over once your video is done uploading. You must constantly work towards trying to engage your audiences. Ask them a question and tell them to sound off in the comments below, take a fun quiz, ask them questions, let them rate your outfits — the list goes on. Once you have a sizable audience, you could even go ahead and christen them with a sweet little fandom name. Don’t be discouraged It is easy to feel low when you just don’t hit the target you would have liked to. Going viral isn’t something that happens in a day. Keep persevering, keep hustling and you will find yourself where you want to kind, honest, and real No matter what kind of content you make, post and are known for — audiences will only connect with you if you are honest with them. Authenticity is key to making it big on any social media platform. Don’t be afraid to talk about your fears, insecurities and struggles. Show your audiences that you too can have acne, you too can struggle with your weight and so on. Not only does it humanise you but also shows audiences that you are a real, grounded person just like the girl next door. ConclusionIt’s all math when it comes to going viral on TikTok. But, you know what — there’s no one foolproof way to go viral. What works for someone else, might not work for you. At the end of the day, even now that TikTok is a viable career option, make content because you enjoy it and want to make sure people have a good time and not because you want to drive a BMW or land a Netflix deal. Just like any other celebrity, famous TikTokers will tell you glamour and fame aren’t the end of the world. Do what you do because you like it! Now, now, enough pep talk, go hit the record button! The hustle never stops.