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Best Times to Post on TikTok (5 Tips to Grow Your TikTok Following)

TikTok is the hottest entertainment platform on the Internet right now, making waves across the world. It seems like no matter where you turn, from Hollywood to Bollywood, someone is trying to make it big on TikTok. And who can blame them when a single TikTok post can generate millions of views overnight and generate profit while still entertaining?

Best Times to Post on TikTok

If you are new to TikTok, or an experienced entertainer, you might have wondered: how do I get more followers to promote all sorts of videos, from movie reviews to space news? Well, luckily for you, we have the top 5 tips on how to build your audience and keep those views coming day after day. Let's dive in for TikTok post ideas.

Keep your content organic

Nobody likes a fake celebrity; why should a TikTok star be any different?

There isn't a bigger turn-off to an audience than fake or 'brand' content. Trust us, people can tell when you are phoning it in. Think of it this way: you land on an interesting TikTok video and think it's pretty funny. You end up following the channel for a while and enjoy the random singing posts or travel posts. Then, all of a sudden, that person starts creating posts on shoes and bags, advertising different stores. Making money on TikTok is fine, but tarnishing your organic brand for a few endorsements will lose you more followers than actually make you a profit.

No matter what channel you have or what content you produce, it's important that TikTok posts stay organic and entertaining. Sneaking a few endorsements here and there is fine, as long as it doesn't overshadow your original vision. Keep in line with the TikTok poster trend of the week and stay relevant. Your audience will thank you for quality TikTok posts.

Create more content

Best Times to Post on TikTok

It might seem obvious to some, but you will be surprised at how many creators only post once or twice a month. Taking your time is fine, but a few seconds after a post, the TikTok crowd moves and forgets in the blink of an eye. Even if you are a large channel with millions of followers, inconsistent posts could spell doom for your channel.

There are many theories on what your TikTok post schedule should look like. Some try to post daily, generating 3-5 new posts per day. Others only post every few days, taking the time to polish their content. The truth is that there isn't a perfect TikTok post size that you can follow. Everything depends on your channel and personal taste. If you are a smaller channel, you can afford to post more videos with a smaller production value since quantity will land you more views. However, if you are a large channel, you might want to put in more effort before hitting publish.

Needless to say, you should experiment and find a TikTok post schedule that is most suited to you.

Form friendships and collaborations

Nobody said that being a TikTok star had to be a lonely journey. In fact, most successful TikTokers are combined accounts or several friends starring within each other's posts. For example, Logan Paul partnered with Mark Dohner on a fun little post that generated over 1 million likes and 1500 shares. What they did, basically, is share each other's community, transferring followers between each other.

Collaborations are among the most sought-after guides online regarding how to post TikTok videos. The classical term referring to TikTok collaborations is called "cross-pollination". Basically, it's sharing feeds and followers so that all participants of the collaboration effort get equal amounts of the expositor.

Give it a go. If a friend or a family member has a TikTok account, ask them to collaborate with you on a project. You might see a sudden spike in followers along the way.

Find your voice

No, we don't mean singing (although if that is your talent, by all means, share it with the world), but rather the essence of what makes you special. Everyone has a thing that they are better at than anyone else. It could be writing, singing, dancing, whatever. Finding that talent and channeling it into your TikTok content could generate quite a lot of views in the long run.

Why? Well, some of the best TikTok posts out there are simply people having fun and exploring their talents. To be honest, nobody likes those overly produced 'professional' TikTokers who don't have an ounce of genuine charisma in them.

Not sure what your special talent is? Ask your family or friends for advice. Usually, it's those closest to us that know us best.

Keep a consistent posting schedule

Best Times to Post on TikTok

We kind of touched on TikTok post times above, but let's elaborate further. Keeping a consistent posting schedule has a lot of added benefits for your channel.

     Keeps you motivated to post frequently;

     Gives your audience something to look forward to;  

     Reduces stress from having to be active all the time;

Don't know what the best times to post on TikTok are? No problem. Research shows that peak hours of TikTok activity are evenly split throughout the week.

     Monday: 06:00, 10:00, 19:00

     Tuesday: 02:00, 04:00, 09:00

     Wednesday: 07:00, 08:00, 23:00

     Thursday: 09:00, 12:00, 19:00

     Friday: 05:00, 13:00, 15:00

     Saturday: 11:00, 19:00, 20:00

     Sunday: 07:00, 08:00, 16:00

Keeping to this post schedule could help you gather more views and followers since more people will be using the App. However, if these post times don't work for you, don't feel obliged to follow them. Creating entertainment is an art form, not a strict business model. Do what seems natural and have fun anytime you post something.

Now that you know the basics of growing your audience on TikTok, don't be shy and share your talents with the world. We promise that it's worth it.

Author’s Bio:

Emily Moore is an English & programming teacher with a passion for space and blogging. She believes that current exploration should be focused on preserving our planet’s resources. With satellites circling the orbit, it is easier to get relevant data on any environmental changes. This, in turn, should help people quickly address any challenges.