Business Tips: What Saying 'No' to TiKTok Really Says About You | DailyVee 595

Business Tips: What Saying 'No' to TiKTok Really Says About You | DailyVee 595

Awesome Tip: What Saying 'No' to TiKTok Really Says About You | DailyVee 595

Anybody unwilling to try new platforms is saying a lot more than they think. The unwillingness to test and experiment is a huge vulnerability in the fast-paced world we live on. You are going to be quickly left behind if you are not trying to grow from a business or personal perspective.

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26 Replies to “Business Tips: What Saying 'No' to TiKTok Really Says About You | DailyVee 595”

  1. Started posting on TikTok in early September due to Gary's advice and am at over 1.5 MILLION followers after less than three months which has opened the door for me to connect and collab with other top creators who otherwise might not have seen my content on platforms like Instagram and Youtube which have been a lot slower to grow.

  2. TikTok helped me get over my fear of being on camera. I have a lot of fun making TikTok vids, but more importantly it helped me to gain the confidence to start a YouTube channel. I have a lot of learning to do on the YouTube platform, but I am all in and learning every day!

  3. TikTok might monetize and block viewers any time as Wastebook did a few years back. But then something new will replace TikTok and be the next "In" thing… Just keep producing content and see where it goes. I'm working with some old school Infomercial guys to re-plant a Billion trees around the world and reforest State and National parks starting in the USA. You'll also be able to make Bank for yourself in the process. We used to have a website but going forward once it's done all we'll have is an app. You'll download the app and we will plant a tree! How cool is that?! 😉

  4. This idea of learning about using social media and applying it for the next upcoming apps makes so much sense, I don't know why I hadn't thought about it before – probably because I was also anti-social media and wanted to play it cool. Thank you.

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