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One Week off the TikTok Creator's Fund

One Week off the TikTok Creator's Fund

In the second video of my video diary series, I wanted to share my experiences after leaving the TikTok Creator's Fund. It has been about a week since I left, and while I don't have all the exact results yet due to limited analytics, I wanted to provide an update on what I've observed so far.

Last week, I mentioned that my videos started performing more normally after leaving the Creator's Fund. Interestingly, my sister, who also left the fund, reported the same outcome. In terms of views, they have been fluctuating up and down, similar to being in "TikTok jail" as others have described it. However, there are signs of improvement, as my overall followership rate has started to increase again. People are also mentioning that they are seeing my content back on their "For You" page, which is a positive sign.

While the recent videos I posted may have initially appeared to be performing slowly or even slower than before I left the fund, a closer look at the overall view count for the day or week showed an increase. This indicates that older videos on my channel are also gaining traction again, which suggests that the Creator's Fund might have limited their reach. Some theorize that the algorithm may only show your content to people you follow, which could explain the stagnation in account growth that many have experienced.

Though I don't have comprehensive analytics from the past year, I am determined to recover from the impact of the Creator's Fund. My goal is to reach a monthly view count in the double-digit millions, similar to my performance during the summer before joining the fund. Stepping up my posting strategy, I plan to replicate the behavior that garnered success in the past, such as posting two to three skits a day. Additionally, I may limit the number of commentary videos to focus on the content that performs better.

While there may be some work required on my end to regain favor with the algorithm, it is essential to keep a close eye on the progress over the next month. I encourage those who haven't joined the Creator's Fund to refrain from doing so, as it is crucial to gather more data on its impact. My sister's experience aligns with my own, indicating that leaving the fund has led to improved engagement.

Stay tuned for my next updates, where I hope to share more positive developments. Recovering from the setback caused by the Creator's Fund may require extra effort, but I believe it is possible to regain my previous level of success.

Keywords:

TikTok, Creator's Fund, analytics, views, followership rate, For You Page, monthly view count, posting strategy, skits, commentary videos, algorithm, progress.

FAQ:

Q: How has leaving the TikTok Creator's Fund affected your video performance? A: After leaving the Creator's Fund, my videos have started performing more normally, and there are signs of improvement, such as an increase in overall followership rate. People are reporting that they are seeing my content back on their "For You" page.

Q: Have you noticed any differences in your engagement rates since leaving the Creator's Fund? A: Yes, my likes per day have increased significantly, indicating that more people are viewing and engaging with my content. This improvement in engagement is an encouraging sign.

Q: Are you planning to change your posting strategy going forward? A: Yes, I am planning to replicate the posting behavior that was successful in the past, such as posting two to three skits a day. I might also limit the number of commentary videos to focus on content that performs better.

Q: How long do you expect the recovery process to take? A: It is challenging to predict an exact timeline, but I hope to see significant progress within the next month. Recovering from the setback caused by the Creator's Fund may require additional effort and strategic planning.