TikTok Begins Testing ‘Links in Bio’ and Videos, Might be a Way to Help Users Monetise

TikTok Begins Testing ‘Links in Bio’ and Videos, Might be a Way to Help Users Monetise

TikTok is trying the feature to include links in profiles just as social commerce URLs in videos. The testing is being directed by many influencers in the US, and this could be its first move to support clients (and brands) make monetized content on the application. Presently, the main way TikTok influencers can make money is through brand deals that occur off the platform, yet these shoppable advertisement links will permit clients (and brands) to monetize through various methods.

TikTok has got one of the quickest growing online platforms on the planet, downloaded more than 1.3 billion times, 120 million of those in the United States.




Its major competitor Instagram as of now enables clients to add a link to their profiles and offers a ‘Swipe Up’ highlight to influencers. This new TikTok includes that is being tried may also be constrained to influencers as it were. Be that as it may, this is only speculation, and ought to be taken lightly.

Marketer Fabian Bern posted a video showing how the social commerce URL highlight in videos work, with a shoppable short-structure video where clicking in the video will take you to the item appeared, for clients to purchase. This will demonstrate to be extremely helpful and convenient for influencers (and brands), at whatever point it launches.




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