Top 5 Tips for TikTok Live Streaming

To make the most out of TikTok live streaming, follow our top 5 tips below:

1. The best time to go live Find out the time when the majority of your audience is online. You can do this by researching your followers and keeping an eye on the engagement levels during the week. Once you've figured this out, go live at that time slot for maximum impact.

2. How long to go live Keeping an audience engaged for more than 30 minutes can be difficult. If you really have to stretch it, keep it to a maximum of 60 minutes; otherwise, anything less than 30 minutes is always best.

3. Post content before going live If you post a video before you go live, and your followers see that video, they will also see a special icon next to you that will tell them that you are live and that they can join in. This will help you get a larger live audience.

4. Lights and Sounds Ensure that you have ample light and that the stream is not dull or dark. Keeping background noise to minimal levels will also help your audience hear you clearly without distractions.

5. Engage with your live audience Engaging with your live audience is important to keep them glued to your stream. Keep an eye on the chat section and reply to any comments to connect with them.

Do you have tips on how to go live on tiktok 2022? Let us know in the comments below.

-- Roshi Himani 1 - 2022-04-11


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