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Technology TikTok wants to support small and medium-sized companies

06:05  26 february  2021
06:05  26 february  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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TikTok is now starting a hub for small and medium-sized companies that comes with some tools such as the TikTok Ads Manager and TikTok Pixel.

Andrew Burton/Getty Images © Provided by Finanz.net Andrew Burton / Getty Images TikTok is helping smaller businesses with this measure

The social media app TikTok recently announced that it would like to support small and medium-sized businesses during the corona-induced economic crisis. In contrast to large companies, small and medium-sized companies often have lower marketing budgets and this makes it a greater challenge to build up a growing reach. This should now be easier thanks to TikTok. Using specific hashtags like #smallbusiness, it should be easier to build up a community of like-minded people.

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Since January 19, 2021, TikTok has been offering a TikTok hub for small and medium-sized companies under the advertising slogan "Make your advertising 100% TikTok". Lisa Friedrich, Head of SMB for TikTok in Europe, said on the platform: "At TikTok we believe that building authentic and positive communities plays a crucial role for small and medium-sized businesses. They need to be heard from their potential customers and be seen. In contrast to the possibilities and budgets of the advertising departments of larger companies, every euro and every cent that is spent counts for SMEs. Therefore, I am pleased that our new TikTok hub for SMEs can help to discover new target groups become."

New: The TikTok Ads Manager

In addition to the hub for TikTok users, another innovation is being launched: the TikTok Ads Manager. Entrepreneurs can find detailed instructions on the possibilities and use of the Ads Manager on Instagram.

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TikTok Pixel is also a tool that companies can use to measure their traffic and conversions.

Creativity and authenticity instead of perfection

TikTok is also less about perfection and more about building a community and giving authentic insights. "Successful brands work with the creativity of our community, incorporate the experiences and impressions of our creators and enable user interaction. The more authentically content fits into the personalized For You feed, the better. This applies to big brands as well as for small and medium-sized companies. On TikTok, it is also possible for smaller companies to build up a large reach very quickly. It is not about perfect and polished content - the most creative and authentic content will prevail. With the right approach, companies can create completely new ones Develop target groups on TikTok ", says Thomas Wlazik, Managing Director Global Business Solutions at TikTok Germany. Finanzen.net editorial team

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The video platform was accused of collecting biometric data without consent.The settlement, if approved, would lay to rest claims that the video content-sharing app, owned by Beijing-headquartered ByteDance, wrongfully collected the private and biometric data of users including teenagers and minors.

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