The number of monthly users of TikTok, a social media platform focused on short video sharing, has exceeded 1 billion worldwide. With this number, Chinese TikTok has also made its mark on the billion-dollar list of social media platforms, including Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger and WeChat.
Popular short video sharing application TikTok has announced that it has reached 1 billion users worldwide. TikTok, which was opened for use by the Chinese ByteDance in 2016, has thus made its mark among the social media platforms that have exceeded the 1 billion user threshold.
In this area, TikTok is the 7th platform with the most users, after Facebook (2.8 billion), YouTube (2.3 billion), WhatsApp (2 billion), Instagram (1.4 billion), Facebook Messenger (1.3 billion and WeChat (1.2 billion). it happened.
In a statement from TikTok on the subject, stating that their mission is to inspire and entertain creativity, “Today we celebrate this mission and the reach of our community to more than 1 billion people around the world. Now, more than 1 billion monthly users come to TikTok to learn and discover new things while having fun. Thanks to the creativity and originality of our creators, TikTok has become a part of their daily lives for people around the world. From music to food, from beauty and fashion to culture and art, all content is available on TikTok. Thank you for making our trip special.”
On the other hand, TikTok, which has global offices in Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, Jakarta, Seoul and Tokyo, announced that it has launched the TikTok Creator Marketplace in Turkey, where brands and content producers can interact. Creator Marketplace, where brands and agencies can meet with TikTok content producers, will enable an interaction between the two parties, allowing brands to find suitable content producers for them and make analyzes on this subject.
Scott Thwaites, Head of Emerging Markets and Global Business Solutions at TikTok Middle East, Africa, Turkey, Pakistan, said, “Brands have started to closely monitor content producers to gain insights into creating quality and relevant content. “We see more creative opportunities for collaborations between content creators and brands here.”