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TikTokkers everywhere freaked out when President Trump recently announced he wanted to ban TikTok in the U.S.A. (petty much, Trump?), and with good reason. With over 100 million active users in the U.S. alone, TikTok is a huge part of our daily lives – not to mention a huge money maker for many creators.
So… What SHOULD you do if TikTok is suddenly no more? We’ve gotcha covered.
1. Download All Your Content On A Backup Drive
Goes without saying, we know, but we don’t want you to have no access to the content you spent so much time creating!
2. Share Your TikToks to Instagram Reels, Instagram Stories, and YouTube
Reposting your TikToks to your other channels will help build your audience on those platforms, and ensure you have a second backup set of saved content ready to go.
3. Let Your Fans Know Where Else To Find You Online
Currently, you can connect your Instagram and YouTube to your TikTok bio, and add one link to your TikTok bio, as well. Make sure you call out your other channels in the captions of your TikToks, and verbally in the TikToks, too. “Click over to my YouTube channel for the in-depth tutorial of this hairdo!
4 Explore New Platforms
If TikTok is your ONLY active social media channel, you need to diversify. “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” applies to your brand: Creators need to have a presence on multiple networks, because you really never know when a network will collapse (RIP Vine, Musical.ly, and Yik Yak, we hardly knew ye) and leave you hanging.