Spencer Mecham is a Legendary Marketer client who went from 0 followers to over 207,000 followers in just three months. His videos have gotten over two million likes and views, and his Tik Tok channel continues to grow every day.
Keep Your Viewer’s Eyes Glued To The Screen By Packing Your Video Full of Curiosity
Spencer’s Tik Tok: @Spencerhacks
Spencer’s biggest key to his Tik Tok success: the element of curiosity. Tik Tok’s algorithm works very similarly to the Youtube algorithm. This is because the longer someone continues to view a video on Tik Tok, the more likely it is to rank in the algorithm. Tik Tok wants a lot of views and engagement with videos, and as long as a video has both of those factors it is pushed into other people’s feed.
Spencer’s videos that have done so well and have gotten a lot of likes and views, all contain the common theme of the curiosity factor. He strings the viewer along throughout 30-40 seconds of the Tik Tok before he’s explained the point. This keeps the suspense going and keeps the viewer watching. Keeping the curiosity in his videos is always what’s made them gain so much traffic.
When he makes a headline for a video he always tries to be vague and keep the curiosity even when the viewer is reading the title. Most people like to give away the concept of the video in the title or even in the first few seconds. Using terminology in your headline that is curious and ambiguous enough leaves room for the viewer’s imagination to wonder. When a video gains a lot of traffic he will repost that video to see if it can gain more traffic.
Repurposing Content From Tik Tok To Gain More Traffic From Youtube
Spencer began repurposing his Tik Tok videos into Youtube videos to gain more views and traffic on them. He removes the Tik Tok logo from the bottom corner by cropping it out of the video with an editing app on his phone. Then he reposts it to Youtube with the hashtag #Shorts.
Youtube Shorts is a new addition to the app being tested in America right now. It is Essentially Youtube’s version of Tik Tok. By posting a vertical video with #shorts it pushes it into the Youtube shorts feed and algorithm. This caused Spencer to gain a lot of subscribers and gain a lot more views on his Tik Tok videos. Some of his repurposed videos have over 2,300 likes.
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