TikTok is NOT for Affiliate Marketers
TLDR: Short-form videos are still the way to go… just not on TikTok.
The most views I’ve ever gotten on TikTok is about 1200 views… and it wasn’t even about a product or service. It was about how the weather progressed so quickly in one day toward the end of December. Apparently, more people are interested in that than in making lazy money on autopilot.
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So where can affiliate marketers go to advertise products and services successfully?
Have you tried Instagram? Yes, guys. I’ve tried it. I don’t get a whole lot of eyeballs on my page. YouTube isn’t the best, either.
So anyway, I made a Facebook Page for my business stuff. THREE THOUSAND VIEWS. So yeah, if you’re not having a whole lot of luck on TikTok, post your stuff on Facebook because apparently it’s still widely used. In fact, I’ve recently learned that Meta started rolling out some improvements to help short-form video usage really take off!
If you want to maximize your coverage, you should definitely post your short-form videos on every platform possible. Either way, baby steps.