Some ways you can monetize TikTok in Botswana.

1. You can sell your merchandise:


Creators who want to directly monetise their audiences in Africa, without depending on the advertising dollars of a company, may turn to their audience to sell goods and products. The relationship between TikTok and Teespring ensures that developers and content creators in Africa can sell products directly inside the app. The incorporation enables designers of TikTok to customize a template from 180 different items.
In September 2020, TikTok and Teespring released an initial cohort of 7,000 creators to test the integration. It is expected that they will reveal how additional creators will start using the integration.
In their bio, designers can also add links to a personal website or alternative merchandise platform where supporters can buy items. For instance, @thedottist, a user of TikTok, has a trackable connection to buy her artwork directly embedded in her bio.

2. Promote a brand or business:


To help brands or corporations in Botswana introduce and sell products, creators may also exploit their videos. Some creators who blew up through tiktok have been sponsored by big companies and brands.

2. Promote a brand or business:


To help brands or corporations in Botswana introduce and sell products, creators may also exploit their videos. Some creators who blew up through tiktok have been sponsored by big companies and brands.

3. Get paid by TikTok in Africa:


Only through the platform does TikTok want to help its biggest creators succeed and earn money in Africa. A creator’s fund of $200 million has been launched in pursuit of this goal, aiming to expand it to $1 billion by 2023. TikTok will directly pay creators in Africa to create videos through this program.
TikTok was unclear about how much can be received by creators in Africa and how much would receive support from creators, including details about the minimum number of followers required to apply. Some TikTok experts have said that within the last 30 days, you need at least 10,000 followers and 10,000 views on your profile, but the platform has not verified this.
Via their TikTok profile, creators in Africa can apply. You’ll get an invitation to apply directly from TikTok in the notifications section of your messages if you meet their minimum criteria.