This post was writen at a time when Tiktok was at the peek of social media. It’s most used social media platform on the planet. People spend over 4 hours daily on the social media platform. Now to Why Tiktok Failed.
A short intro, In the November of 2020, I published a blog post about the downfall of Youtube. I advised those that read the post to invest in the downward trend of Facebook shares. Following up on the same, I staked enirely on the fact that Facebook shares would go down. That was in Feb 2021. The unfortunate part is that the trading platform I invested on was a legal scam. There are many of them out there. Get my published book about that on the playstore ” Stock Market Theft”. Before Facebook lost over half of it, my entire €3000 stock had gone to €0 entirely in swap fees.
Why Tiktok Failed
After trying to ban Tiktok through legislative means, considering that the public was still hooked. There are manipulative control flicks that decided to plant their own agents within Tiktok governance. There’s a big difference between developers of Applications and those that govern it. For what reason that David Action waged war over whatsapp due to what cooking for the users in the application’s governance. The same applys to the creators of Tiktok. They had good intentions for the users. If you look at the early Stages of the App. You will detect the heart behind the social media platform.
Most of the first users of Tiktok will also bear witness to what their former experience was compared to the present.
What Went Wrong?
It’s vital to know that Tiktok became a real threat to Youtube. The platform that takes a lion share of the world’s ads revenue. As famous content creators on Youtube escaped Susan Wycysk’s ever changing scamlike policies. Ofcourse advertisers would eventually flow to where the traffic was.Tiktok moderators that I believe emerged from Facebook and Youtube started implementering Youtubelike policies on the app.
It became evidently clear that these were only destructive moderators.These paid workers started waging wars with users on the platform. The freedom that attracted people on the application finally started becoming extinct.Could it be that, the owners of the platform did not see this coming as they were busy on the Chinese network. Maybe what was done outside mandalene was complex for them to grasp.
Users started to opt for other options like Rumble. Others returned to their former platforms. What made issues worse was, Tiktok needed to pay it’s destroyers monthly salaries. They therefore hiked their percentage on ingame gifts.Of course governments could not settle for this swindle. They banned that feature in many countries. Everyone will click the impact. Finally just before advertisers made their final decision to move their business to Tiktok, the platform was already another Yahoo.