There is no better buzz than coming up with a really amazing TikTok idea, putting it together and then sending it live into the TikTok Universe!
You slowly watch the number of accounts that have seen your video increase and await the appreciation for your amazing content.
The likes start to tumble, then snowball and within a matter of hours, your video has gone viral.
So what’s the next step?
Your video has done amazingly well on TikTok and you think it may do even better on Instagram Reels.
When you create content on TikTok, they give you the option to download the video to your device during the upload process.
This is great as it gives you access to your content however, TikTok attach their watermark to it, as well as your username as proof to where it was created.
So there’s three options:
- Recreate your video step-by-step on Instagram Reels so it matches TikTok exactly.
- Upload the TikTok version straight to Instagram Reels with the watermark still showing.
- Watch our video on how to remove the TikTok watermark where we explain the disadvantages as to why the first two bullet points are NOT the way to go.
Well, how do you remove the TikTok watermark?
Watch our simple video and all will be revealed!
It really is something you have to watch and follow to fully appreciate and understand the process!
Our step-by-step video tutorial that you can see above, or on our YouTube channel (don’t forget to subscribe) tells you how to remove the TikTok watermark for 2022.
So, enjoy our video showing you how to remove the TikTok watermark and tell us in the comments what you thought of the video.
If you want to get involved in the work of TikTok and Instagram Reels but do not know where to start, get in touch with the team today for a free consultation and discover how we can help boost your digital presence.
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