The rise of TikTok has rapidly revolutionised the world of social media, offering a range of opportunities to its users.

Interested in income streams from social media platforms,

Cashfloat

utilised the latest analytics data from

Lickd.co

to establish how many TikTok views citizens from across 43 European countries would need on their account to earn the same amount as the net average annual salary in their respective country.

The Top 10 Results: 

Rank

European Country

Net Average Annual Salary

No. of TikTok Views Needed to Equal Net Average Annual Salary

1

Liechtenstein

€ 58,644

188,577,327

2

Switzerland

€ 54,144

174,226,727

3

Luxembourg

€ 42,876

137,879,129

4

Denmark

€ 42,744

137,537,538

5

Norway

€ 39,756

127,867,868

6

Sweden

€ 33,624

108,145,646

7

Ireland

€ 32,976

106,062,312

8

Austria

€ 32,880

105,758,258

9

United Kingdom

€ 31,968

102,830,330

10

Germany

€ 30,708

98,765,015

Cashfloat found that Liechtensteiners would need to accumulate a colossal 188,577,327 views on their TikTok account to generate a sum that is equal to the net average yearly salary of €58,644 in their country. In second place is Switzerland, as those Swiss citizens with dreams of becoming a full-time TikToker would need to amass 174,226,727 views on their TikTok videos to bank the same amount as the net average annual salary (€54,144) in the country. Luxembourg is in the third position, with citizens in the country needing to achieve 137,879,129 views on their TikTok account to earn enough money to match the €42,876 net average yearly salary in the country. Denmark (137,537,538 views) and Norway (127,867,868 views) are among the other European countries where aspiring TikTokers would need to surpass over 125 million views on their TikTok profile to equate the monetary figure that is the same as the net average annual income in their respective countries – Denmark (€42,744) and Norway (€39,756), respectively ranking fourth and fifth. And at the other end… In 43rd spot is Armenia, as Armenians with ambitions of becoming full-time TikTok stars would need to attract 9,609,610 views to earn enough money for it to be equivalent to the net average annual salary of €2,988 in the country.

Cashfloat's Top Tips for Aspiring TikTokers

1. Understand 'you' first

Think about the things that make you the person you are – they include your interests, hobbies, education, and employment background. Once you have done this self-reflective exercise, identify a potential niche(s) from your life you can center your TikTok content around – this could be anything from providing your expertise/tips/insights on fashion to your hobby of collecting rare toys/antiques

2. Don't undervalue consistency

Once you have identified the

type of content on TikTok

you want to specialise in, stay alert by keeping up to date with the latest trends or developments surrounding your niche and provide your 'expert' commentary on them. Additionally, create engaging TikTok videos which integrate music, visuals, interactive polls, and collaboration with other TikTokers – all of which will add further value to your TikTok content.

3. Roll with the accolades… and the punches

As with anything on the internet, when you put yourself out there, you expose yourself to trolls as well as well-wishers – do not be disheartened by negative comments. Remember, not everyone is going to like your TikTok content and that is absolutely fine. Have an evolving mindset, where you view some negative comments as a constructive opportunity to improve the quantity and quality of your TikTok videos. Likewise, engage with those that are receptive and positive towards your TikTok content by thanking them for their support in the comments section. Please find the complete datasheet, along with a graphic available for editorial use

here

.

Methodology

Cashfloat

wanted to identify how many

TikTok

views citizens in 43 European countries would need on their account to earn the exact net average yearly salary in their respective country. The in-house experts identified the net average annual salary (income after deductions, such as tax, have been made) in each analysed European country from this

source

. The source presented the net earnings figures for each country as net average monthly salary, so Cashfloat multiplied the net average monthly salary figure for each country by twelve to get an average net yearly salary sum for each assessed country. Once this was done, Cashfloat used the

Lickd.co

tool by inserting the net average yearly salary figure for each included European country in the research into their database to establish how many TikTok views citizens would precisely need to make a monetary sum that is the equivalent to the net average yearly salary in their respective country. Cashfloat worked on the notion that the number of TikTok views needed is after citizens (who are at least 18 years old) have already established a minimum of 10,000 genuine followers and a minimum of 10,000 views in the last 30 days for their TikTok profile/account (the key criteria needed to qualify for 'TikTok's Creator Fund').   Read More:

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