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TikTok Creativity Program Beta | What You Need To Know

Title: TikTok Creativity Program Beta | What You Need To Know

Tick Tock currently has creators who are earning more than most YouTube creators by creating shorter videos with no need for affiliate income or sponsorships. These creators are part of the TikTok Creativity Program Beta. In this article, we will explore how to qualify for the program, how much creators are earning, the requirements for views and video length, and the number of followers needed.

TikTok Creativity Program Beta: What You Need To Know

The TikTok Creativity Program Beta is a new initiative introduced by TikTok. It allows creators to earn money by creating original content on the platform. However, there are some misconceptions and questions surrounding this program. In this article, we will address five common misunderstandings:

Qualified Views and Video Length

Qualified views on TikTok are views on videos that are one minute or longer. Videos that are 59 seconds or shorter do not count as qualified views. To be eligible for the TikTok Creativity Program Beta, you need to have videos that are at least one minute long. These videos must be watched for at least five seconds by unique viewers. Repeat views from the same IP address or device will not be counted as additional views.

Original Content Requirements

Creating original content on TikTok means avoiding stitches and duets. You should only use TikTok music and not upload any music from outside the platform, as it may be flagged as unoriginal. The use of CapCut music (owned by TikTok's parent company, ByteDance) is also considered TikTok music. You can include b-roll photos, effects, and other content from within CapCut or TikTok. However, uploading video clips from sports, movies, fitness, or other sources may not be considered original and may not be eligible for earnings.

Eligible Countries

Currently, the TikTok Creativity Program Beta is available in the United States, France, and Brazil. While there have been some cases of users from other countries being able to apply for the beta, this may be an error or a slow expansion of the program. TikTok has not provided any official information about the rollout to other countries.

TikTok Creativity Program Beta vs. Creator Fund

The TikTok Creativity Program Beta and the Creator Fund are separate initiatives on the platform. While you cannot be on both simultaneously, you can transition from the Creator Fund to the Creativity Program Beta. However, once you opt out of the beta, you cannot go back to the Creator Fund on the same account. Creating a second account is a possible workaround to be part of both programs.

Application Process and Next Steps

If you meet the criteria for the TikTok Creativity Program Beta, you can find the application in the menu where the Creator Fund option is located. TickTock may also send invites to eligible users for the beta. Once accepted into the beta, you can start earning from qualified views and creative content.

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FAQ:

  1. What are qualified views on TikTok?
  2. Is there a minimum video length requirement for the TikTok Creativity Program Beta?
  3. What is considered original content on TikTok?
  4. Which countries are eligible for the TikTok Creativity Program Beta?
  5. Can I be part of both the Creativity Program Beta and the Creator Fund?
  6. How can I apply for the TikTok Creativity Program Beta?
  7. What are the next steps after qualifying for the beta?