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Four (4) key ways to make money with your TikTok App



TikTok, known in China as Douyin, is a video-focused social networking service owned by Chinese company ByteDance. It hosts a variety of short-form user videos, from genres like pranks, stunts, tricks, jokes, dance, and entertainment with durations from 15 seconds to three minutes.

In a very short time, TikTok has become a social network used by millions of people worldwide.

It has gone from being a simple social entertainment network to a platform where you can earn money thanks to your content and community.


So if you are looking to monetize your content on TikTok and make money through this social network, this is your post. Keep reading!

4 ways to make money with TikTok

Yes, you can make money with TikTok in several different ways, and I am here today to tell you five of them so that you can choose the one that best suits your content strategy.


1. Using the TikTok Creator Fund

TikTok launched its own creator fund where people who post content on regular basis can generate income. In this way, TikTok wants to encourage the use of the tool to true content creators.

You heard it right. If you create content on a recurring and successful basis within this social network, you can earn money through its creator pool.

Prepare your marketing plan on TikTok, unleash your creativity and monetize your TikTok profile.


2. Collaborating with brands

Surely you have already heard of this type of action. So far, it has been seen on Instagram, and it will undoubtedly continue to develop on other social networks.

Contact brands that you like or are related to your strategy and image to collaborate with them and thus monetize your TikTok profile.

Close collaboration agreements in which you promote their services or publish content using their products. You will be able to generate income without leaving your TikTok profile.


3. Live streaming on TikTok

Did you know that you can earn money on TikTok with your live broadcasts?

Accounts with more than 1,000 followers on TikTok can start live streaming and monetizing their videos.

Users can buy coins that they later give away to users who are making live videos. When content creators make live videos and receive donations or coins, they can after exchange them for real money.


It is similar to Twitch. Does it sound familiar?

4. TikTok Creator Marketplace

This is the official platform for brands and content creators to collaborate on TikTok. The marketplace creator provides a faster way for you to monetize your work.

Access TikTok Creator Marketplace


Advertisers find influencers or content creators who can promote their brand or specific products, and the platform offers data, tools … to make collaborations between both parties easier.

And these are the ideas that we offer you on how to monetize your TikTok account. Do you use any of them?



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2023 Top 100 Ghana’s Women Board Directors announced by Avance Media




Africa’s foremost PR and ratings firm, Avance Media, has announced the inaugural Top 100 Ghana’s Women Board Directors list for 2023.

This groundbreaking initiative aims to highlight the exceptional contributions of women who have demonstrated exemplary leadership, innovation, and impact within their respective industries.

The selection process for the Top 100 Ghana’s Women Board Directors was rigorous, considering a comprehensive range of criteria such as experience, education, board tenure, industry expertise, leadership capabilities, notable impact, awards and recognition, as well as public presence.


The research revealed that women hold 28% of board positions in Ghana, compared to the global average of 20% as indicated by The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance. The report further showed that within the 52 Ghanaian companies listed, only 10 have women serving as their board chairs. Notably, 42% of the women on the list hold positions on bank boards.

A highlight of the event was the announcement of the maiden Ghana Board Diversity Awards. Media General was recognized as the Best Gender-Inclusive Board (private), while Exim Bank Ghana and the Ghana Revenue Authority clinched the title of Best Gender-Inclusive Board (public). These awards underscore the efforts of Ghanaian companies in championing gender diversity within their leadership structures.

The unveiling, which took place at the SB Incubator in Accraon August 14th, 2023 in Accra also featured an engaging panel discussion hosted by Prince Akpah on the pivotal role of women in board leadership. Esteemed panellists included Board Chair of Old Mutual Ghana, Hellen Amarquaye; President / Council Chair of the Institute of Directors-Ghan, Rev. (Mrs.) Angela Carmen Appiah (FIoD); and CEO of Acreaty Ghana, Elsie Appau-Klu. Their insights illuminated the significance of women’s contributions to effective corporate governance.


On the sidelines of the event, Prince Akpah, Founder of Avance Media, remarked, “The Top 100 Ghana’s Women Board Directors list is a testament to the remarkable achievements of women leaders who continue to pave the way for others. Their dedication, expertise, and impact are instrumental in shaping the future of corporate leadership in Ghana. We believe that celebrating their accomplishments will inspire more gender-inclusive boardrooms and contribute to a diverse and prosperous business landscape.”

The initiative is a creation of PR and rating firm, Avance Media with partnerships from Acreaty Ghana, Institute of Directors-Ghana (IoD-Gh), Business and Financial Times (BFT),, and Words Magazine.

Profiles of the women are published on


Below is the full list of Avance Media’s Top 100 Ghana’s Women Board Directors for 2023

1. Abena Amoah || Central Securities Depository
2. Abena Osei-Poku || Ghana Stock Exchange (c)
3. Abiola Bawuah || UBA Ghana
4. Adelaide Ahwireng || Ghana Revenue Authority
5. Adwoa Nyantakyiwa Annan || Fidelity Bank Ghana
6. Afua Adubea Koranteng || OmniBSIC Bank Limited
7. Afua Asabea Asare (Dr.) || Exim Bank Ghana
8. Afua Djimi || Consolidated Bank Ghana Ltd.
9. Akua Kuenyehia (Prof) || SC Bank Ghana
10. Akyaa Afreh Arhin Addo-Kufuor || OmniBSIC Bank Limited
11. Ama Boafo-Arthur (Dr.) || Graphic Communications Group
12. Ama Gyamfuah Abrefa || Ghana National Petroleum Corporation
13. Ama Sarpong Bawuah || Access Bank Ghana (c)
14. Ama Serwah Nerquaye Tetteh || Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
15. Angela Forson || GOIL Ghana
16. Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh || Bank of Ghana
17. Angela Lamensdorf Ofori-Atta (Prof) || EnteRprise Group
18. Angela Peasah || Unilever Ghana PLC
19. Augustina Amakye (Dr.) || First Atlantic Bank
20. Beatrice Bridget Ofei || First National Bank Ghana
21. Benonita Bismarck || GCNET
22. Carlien Dorcas Bou-Chedid (Ing.) || Electricity Company of Ghana
23. Catherine Quaidoo || Exim Bank Ghana
24. Christina Sutherland || SIC Insurance Company PLC
25. Comfort Ocran || Bank of Ghana
26. Cynthia Forson (Dr.) || Cal Bank
27. Dela Obeng-Sakyi || Ghana Revenue Authority
28. Edith Dankwa (Dr.) || Unilever Ghana PLC
29. Edith Uyovbukerhi || Old Mutual Ghana
30. Efua Ghartey || Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
31. Efua Preba Arkaah Greenstreet || Prudential Insurance
32. Elaine Sam || Media General
33. Elizabeth Akua Ohene || SSNIT (c)
34. Elsie Addo Awadzi || Bank of Ghana
35. Esi Tawia Addo-Ashong || Stanbic Bank Ghana (c)
36. Estelle Akofio-Sowah || Stanbic Bank Ghana
37. Ethel Cofie || Old Mutual Ghana
38. Eva Mends || Ghana Revenue Authority
39. Evelyn Duku || UMB Bank
40. Florence Larbi || Jospong Group
41. Frances Adu-Mante || Absa Bank Ghana (c)
42. Freda Yahan Duplan || Zenith Bank (c)
43. Gloria Adjoa Owusu || Consolidated Bank Ghana Ltd.
44. Gloria Irene Amaki Payida || SSNIT
45. Grace Amey-Obeng || Media General
46. Hannah Brenda Amoateng || FBNBank Ghana
47. Helen Amarquaye || Old Mutual Ghana (c)
48. Helen Nankani || Cal Bank
49. Irene Baaba Hagan || GT Bank Ghana
50. Ivy Betur Naaso || SSNIT
51. Ivy Ruby Austin || Graphic Communications Group
52. Janet Akosua Gyasiwaa || Volta River Authority
53. Joyce Agyeman Attafuah || BOST
54. Joyce Rosalind Aryee (Dr.) || Volta River Authority
55. Juliana Addo-Yobo || Prudential Bank Limited
56. Juliana Asante || Societe Generale Ghana
57. Juliette Modupe Tuakli (Dr.) || Zenith Bank
58. Karen Akiwumi-Tanoh || Prudential Insurance
59. Laurette Korkor Otchere || Societe Generale Ghana
60. Lisa Afua Serwah Mensah || Fidelity Bank Ghana
61. Lydia Essah || GCB Bank
62. Lynn Allotey Gadzekpo || National Investment Bank Limited
63. Maata Opare || Electricity Company of Ghana
64. Mabel A. Amoatemaa Sarpong || GOIL Ghana
65. Magdalene Harley || Donewell Insurance
66. Maidie Elizabeth Arkutu || GT Bank Ghana
67. Mansa Nettey || Zen Petroleum
68. Margaret Boateng Sekyere || Societe Generale Ghana (c)
69. Margaret Ekua Prah || Ghana Investment Promotion Council
70. Marian Barnor || Multimedia Ghana
71. Mary Boakye || Development Bank Ghana
72. Maureen Abla Amematekpor || Consolidated Bank Ghana Ltd.
73. Muriel Susan Edusei || Prudential Bank Limited (c)
74. Naana Nsafoah Sarpong || Electricity Company of Ghana
75. Nana Adwoa Dokua || COCOBOD
76. Nana Ama Ayensua Saara III || GCB Bank
77. Nana Ama Botchway   || MTN Ghana
78. Nana Ama Tima Boakye || Bui Power Authority
79. Nana Yaa Owusu-Ansah || Unilever Ghana PLC
80. Nora Bannerman Abbott || Ghana Investment Promotion Council
81. Olivia Frimpong Kwapong (Prof) || Graphic Communications Group (c)
82. Pamela Djamson-Tettey || SIC Insurance Company PLC
83. Patience Akyianu || Ecobank Ghana
84. Patience Asante || First Atlantic Bank
85. Pearl Nkrumah || Access Bank Ghana
86. Rebecca Acquaah-Arhin (Dr.) || Bui Power Authority
87. Rebecca Lomo Atswei || Starlife Assurance
88. Regina Ohene-Darko Adutwum (Dr.) || Bank of Ghana
89. Rosalind Nana Emela Kainyah || Cal Bank
90. Rosemary Beryl Archer || Ghana Free Zones Authority
91. Rosemary Yeboah || Ecobank Ghana
92. Rosie Ebe Arthur || MTN Ghana
93. Rosy Fynn || First National Bank Ghana
94. Sarah-Mary Frimpong || Stanbic Bank Ghana
95. Susana Alo (Dr.) || Ghana Free Zones Authority
96. Teresa Effie Cooke || OmniBSIC Bank Limited
97. Thelma Efua Quaye || First Atlantic Bank
98. Theresa Afua Ayoade || Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund
99. Victoria Barth || Prudential Bank Limited
100. Yvette Adounvo Atekpe || Access Bank Ghana
Source: Avance Media 

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