There’s no denying that TikTok is a powerful platform to drive awareness and conversions for your business. As 51% of TikTok influencers are Gen Zs and Millennials, TikTok is a great opportunity for brands to expand their reach and drive active engagement with the younger generation on social media.
From choosing the right influencers to keeping track of their performance, there are important TikTok analytics that brands must know to optimize their campaigns. Just like running influencer marketing campaigns on other platforms, brands will have to find the right TikTok creators to reach the right target audience. Monitoring influencers’ performance and determining which influencers are producing results also becomes essential when it comes to influencer campaign management.
Today, we’ll be looking at 6 metrics in total, broken down into 3 different categories – Influencer statistics, follower demographics, and campaign engagement. Let’s dive in now!
TikTok Influencer statistics
Influencer Engagement Rates
Engagement rate is one of the key performance indicators (KPIs) of a TikTok creator. Using our TikTok Influencer Analytics, you will find a set of comprehensive metrics to measure influencer’s engagement, including Average Plays, Average Comments, Average Shares, Average Likes and Suspicious Follower Rate.
In general, we would recommend brands to collaborate with micro-influencers. According to our influencer marketing report, influencers with 10k-100k followers have the highest average likes and views on TikTok compared to other influencer tiers. It is also highly possible for brands to reach and engage millions in minutes as TikTok micro-influencers often have more views than their follower count.
For more information, read our full report here.
Followers timeline, together with suspicious follower rate, can help brands to measure the authenticity of an influencer. Timelines with sharp spikes suggest that influencers have earned a massive following in a short span. This phenomenon happens for several reasons such as hosting of giveaways, partnerships with big brands, influencer scandals or even buying fake followers. Regardless of the reasons behind, marketers should always be cautious when seeing these concurrent spikes above.
Engagement timeline is another factor worth looking into when finding the TikTok influencers. Influencers with an engagement rate that is going downhill is not a good signal, even if they have had pretty good engagement rates in the past. It shows that either the content is less interesting over time or the influencer is currently not active enough to maintain his/her engagement.
With this metric, brands can understand the influencer’s audience based on their demographics such as age range, location and gender distribution. This metric can help brands to check if their audiences match the demographics of your target market. More importantly, it keeps marketers from wasting time and money on marketing to those who aren’t likely to be your customers.
TikTok Campaign’s Engagement
When tracking your campaign’s performance, the first thing you should look into is the overall campaign results, which include Total Estimated Reach and Average Engagement Rate. From that you can calculate different metrics including CPM (Cost Per Mile), CPE (Cost Per Engagement) and CPV (Cost Per View).
According to Influencer Marketing Hub, TikTok organic engagement rates range from 3% to 9% based on their following. So in this case, an influencer campaign with an average engagement rate of 16% is a highly engaging campaign.
One of the most attractive metrics to measure campaign performance is the engagement breakdown for TikTok videos. By knowing what are the TikTok posts that have received high engagement rates, brands can identify which influencers are driving more value. Brands can also know whether their content strategy is working so as to get better ideas for future video marketing campaigns.
Using Affable’s TikTok influencer campaign analytics platform and Content Discovery Tool, you can easily find the total reach and engagement for each video, together with estimated engagement rate in 4 different metrics: Views, Comments, Likes and Shares.
The results can also be exported into an Excel spreadsheet so you can easily keep track of your results and present it to your team.
Bonus: Using Affable’s Content Discovery platform, you can also track your competitor’s performance on TikTok. Simply use our advanced filters to search for influencer’s content and you can see what kind of content your competitors are producing and how well they are engaging the audiences!
With the increase in demand for video content, brands have started jumping to the brandwagon and finding success by collaborating with TikTok influencers. Using Affable’s platform, brands will be given access to thousands of influencers on TikTok, make clever collaborations with them with our trusted influencer analytics, manage conversations and measure effectiveness – all in one place.
Contact us now or request a free demo today to run high-impact influencer marketing campaigns on TikTok!
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