Figuring out the best time to post for your audience
Once you have access to TikTok’s analytics, you can begin your study and create a strategy for when to release new material.
You may find out which nations interact with your material the most by looking at your “Top Territories.” You can then track your followers’ activity by the hour and determine when they are the most active by looking at your ‘Follower Activity’ page.
From here, you may develop a strategy for your particular target market. For instance, you may publish in the afternoon on UK time (BST), which will also reach morning scrollers in US time, assuming you have a lot of readers from both the UK and the US (PST).
It will grow simpler to decide what to write and when as you begin to develop a following, but for the time being, consider this as a useful starting point.
Posting on TikTok can be compared to the adage “too much of a good thing is a bad thing.”
While having a regular routine that includes at least one new TikTok post each day is advised, posting too frequently might cause problems.
Generally speaking, publishing one to three times each day is great. This enables viewers to quickly consume all of the fresh material on their for you page. Posting more than that, however, might result in lower views and interaction because it will be more challenging for all of your visitors to actually see every new post.
As a result, it is strongly advised to update regularly on TikTok after the audience hasn’t been overloaded with content.