05 Aug Best TikTok Case Studies: Top Influencer Marketing Campaigns [UPDATED 2019]
TikTok is one of the fastest-growing apps in the world. In 2018 it was downloaded more than Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat.
TikTok combines together the comedy of Vine (the discontinued 6-second video app) and musically, a famous lip-syncing app that was acquired, in 2017, by ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns TikTok.
Running an influencer marketing agency that focuses a lot on TikTok, we wanted to present the best TikTok Case Studies and organic influencer marketing campaigns, to show the huge potential this social media has in terms of marketing purposes.
1. Song Promotion (by one of the biggest music labels)
One of the most important music labels hired The Influencer Marketing Factory to promote a new song rap/trap artist. As a TikTok marketing strategy, the agency selected 5 initiators on TikTok with a total reach of more than 20M of users.
Thanks to the virality of the hashtag challenge #moneydancechallenge and the power of the catchy song, the cumulative number of earned content produced for this activity has been of 1000+ videos, 1.2M+ views for the hashtag #moneydancechallenge and with a reach of the song of 7M views.
You can learn more about this TikTok Challenge Activation.
2. Chipotle – Free Guacamole Activation
Chipotle launched its second challenge of this year, asking their customers to dance for free guacamole using the hashtag #GuacDance.
The famous American fast-food chain partnered with YouTubers Brent Rivera and Loren Gray to promote the dance-off on TikTok, collecting 532,388,592 views and 24,714 posts that used The Guacamole Song by Dr. Jean.
This is their official challenge caption on TikTok: This is what happens when guac is not extra. Show us your guac dance and get free guac from Chipotle when you order online or in-app on 7/31/19. Offer valid July 31, 2019 only. One free guacamole per entrée when ordered via Chipotle app or online. Void where prohibited. Details: chip.tl/avoday
3. SONY – AJR Brothers’ 100 Bad Days
SONY hired The Influencer Marketing Factory to increase the reach of a popular song from the US band AJR Brothers. In order to do so, our agency partnered up with the TikTok duo Max and Harvey to create a challenge to meet them and the band during their London show.
After a first introduction video where the explained the challenge, Max and Harvey realized and published a funny video using the song 100 Bad Days, collecting 230k views and 40k likes:
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