Over the past couple of years, one app has dominated social media. The Complete TikTok Marketing Master Class Bundle helps you jump on this rising star with 24 hours of video training for just $30 — that is over $900 off MSRP.
If you are not familiar with TikTok, this mobile app allows you to shoot and share 15-second videos. Nothing special, you might think. But the secret sauce is an advanced algorithm that suggests the perfect videos for every user.
This bundle of five courses helps you use this algorithm to your advantage. Through 304 video tutorials, you discover how to shoot viral videos and build a brand from scratch.
The training looks at what content does well on TikTok, and how to use a video editor to make your own clips. On the marketing side, you find out how to run TikTok ads, grow your following, and even get sponsorship.
All the courses have great reviews, and you learn from top instructors like Joe Parys.
It's worth $1,000, but you can get the bundle today for just $29.99.
Prices subject to change
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