TikTok videos are not getting views despite users are trying their level best in each video.
Users are buying a new camera stand, go to various locations, do research for a good topic and do lots of effort to make a video.
Now, as you have put much effort into it, with higher expectations you go and check what is a response to your posted video. Guess what? The videos with no content and efforts are getting numerous views than that of yours. Doesn’t it sound harsh? But now it’s time to change this scenario.
There are very small corrections you need to make in your process and you can get viral and trending in no time, keep on reading to know what should be done.
Reasons Why TikTok Videos Are Not Getting Views
Know the appropriate time to post your video:
One of the vital things that we miss and so TikTok videos are not getting views is a time of posting it. Appropriate time of posting a video should be such where people are actively using TikTok.
According to research most of people are active on the phone during the night hours. Mostly time around 11 pm is considered to give higher views to your video. This is the time zone where people are relaxed and use their cell phones. If you want to get your video viral than the best time to post is around 11 pm.
Understand the views and likes ratio of TikTok and never view your own video several times:
TikTok works on likes and views ratio, that simply means TikTok has certain criteria to promote a video. If the percentage of likes is more than 40% to its views than video gets promoted. This criterion is again applied and video again gets promoted by TikTok.
So, these are some techniques that you can keep in your mind while posting your TikTok videos to go viral.
To get many views on TikTok you should use hashtags, share your videos on other platforms, post your videos regularly, upload high-quality content and, collaborate with other users.
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