Creating charity TikTok content that works

Posted on: August 5, 2022

TikTok is here to stay – learn about the Do’s & Dont’s of good TikTok content for charities, 9 mistakes to avoid and how the algorithm works

About this event

We will cover:

• Understanding the basics – key things to know about TikTok and the differences/ similarities with other social platforms.

• 11 must-know tips to get started – how the algorithm works.

• Key elements of functionality and how to use them.

• How to generate ideas to produce TikTok-worthy content with examples.

• The do’s and don’ts of TikTok content creation: 9 mistakes to avoid making.

Follow Rhian’s TikTok channel – Be better known or visit for more information and free resources.

Thu, 18 August 2022

11:00 – 12:00 BST

Register here. 

Author: Jade Bolton
Categories: News

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