So, how else can you make money on TikTok? Before Creator Next, there were numerous ways for TikTokers to earn money. You could (and still can!) sell your own goods, drive users to gated content on another site like Patreon, grow and sell accounts, or become a TikTok consultant for businesses in addition to Creator Fund.
And, of course, brand partnerships existed before Creator Next. The TikTok’s Creator Marketplace just makes it easier to facilitate! Between 2019 and 2021, US marketers planning to use TikTok for influencer marketing shot from just 16% to 68% – it’s clear that the platform’s bankability is only rising, and brand-sponsored videos can earn up to $1,000 if they reach 100,000 views.
How else can you make money on TikTok?
Despite Creator Next being pushed as the go-to piggy bank, there are more ways to make money on TikTok. Let’s explore those options below.
Use TikToks to advertise your products and services
If you have your own things to peddle and want to try making income as a creator, you can always make TikToks that show off your products and services.