Want to gain more publicity for your TikTok videos? The good news is that TikTok launched a self-serve Ads Manager last July.  Here are the features of this new advertising platform. 

TikTok launches self-advertising platform

Similar to Facebook Business Manager, TikTok has a Business Centre that makes it easier for brands to access analytics for their account.  To get started, just create an account, register and you’re all set! 

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The platform’s ads targeting capabilities let businesses reach out to users based on their age, gender, location, language, device, interests and so on. 

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The platform also includes flexible budgeting capabilities to accommodate big corporations and small businesses. Plus, brands can monitor ads performance in real-time and determine the type of content that generates the best results. 

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How brands are using TikTok 

TikTok Ads Manager opens a world of possibilities for brands that seek to increase their following. Here are some of the types of ads that you can launch on TikTok:

Too Faced

Too Faced is a cruelty-free beauty brand for young females in the UK. In a TikTok Brand Takeover campaign, they launched a series of clips featuring the before and after effects of their ‘Lip Injection Extreme’. 

The result was a total of 7.6 million impressions in a day while their product pages gained 1.3 million clicks!

KFC UK

When KFC closed its stores due to the pandemic, it launched premium in-feed ads to highlight its delivery service. To seem relatable and relevant to young millennials stuck in isolation, the ad featured KFC’s mouth-watering fried chicken with Celine Dion’s ‘All by Myself’ playing in the background. 

This campaign led to an astounding 3.4 million impressions and a 1.87% click-through rate for their Deliveroo page. 

Converse

Converse’s Branded Hashtag Challenge – #ConverseAllStar – encourage users to customise their shoes for a chance to snag tickets for their London All Star Creative Event. 

The fantastic campaign generated 24M total views and 29.7M impressions. The Converse creators in the campaign helped amass 16.86 impressions and 1.8M clicks.

TikTok offers free ad credits 

TikTok is offering $100 million worth of free ad credits to encourage businesses to launch their ads. Eligible SMBs can avail one-time ad credits worth US$300 (£226.74) that can be used between now and December. The recent launch of their self-serve platform enables the company to boost revenue and become a top target for advertisers           

Many businesses have already decided to sign up to see how TikTok can help transform their marketing. Interested? Click below to sign up your business to TikTok’s new self-serve ad platform and claim your business handle

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