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    Reasons Why You Shouldn't Buy TikTok Followers

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    Reasons Why You Shouldn't Buy TikTok Followers


    As we have discussed previously, buying followers may not always be the solution to obtaining a large following. Since this practice has now become widespread on TikTok, we are here to remind you why buying followers will usually not work out in your favor. 


    Bought Followers Can't Engage With You

    No matter which platform you purchase followers for, they are all bots. Therefore, they cannot engage with you. Even if the bots comment on your posts, the comments are usually suspicious. These bot accounts also cannot share your content. Therefore, they are useless to you.


    TikTok Bans Accounts With Fake Followers

    TikTok benefits from authentic users using their platform. Therefore, introducing fake accounts will only put you on their radar as a violator of their terms. TikTok views this as grounds for suspension or permanent deletion. As a content creator, the last thing you want is for your TikTok to get taken down. Moderators are working harder than ever to identify fake followers since the practice has become more prevalent on the app as becoming a "TikToker" is now a lucrative career choice.


    Become Popular On TikTok the Normal Way

    We know it is always tempting to take a shortcut when growing your following and becoming an influencer. However, obtaining followers on TikTok the usual way is your best bet when building an organic network of supporters. Participate in challenges, use the proper hashtags, post engaging content frequently. If you're a musician, you'll never be short on ideas for what to post because you can always rely on your musical ability to come up with something new. 


    There are services out there that promise to push your TikTok content to the masses. However, some of these may be sketchy, so please do your research if you choose to go this route.


    Happy TikToking!


    Blogged by @cakedupdrippedout