A Company Is Offering $100 an Hour to Watch TikTok

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Chattanooga, Tennessee—(Wise Brother)

Here’s your kid’s dream job.  They’re probably already doing it for free:  A company called Ubiquitous does brand marketing on social media.  And they’re offering to pay three people $100 AN HOUR to watch TikTok.  (???)

Before you get too excited, it’s a one-off, not a full-time gig.  But if you’re one of the people they pick, you can make a nice chunk of change in a single day.

They’re going to pay three people $1,000 each to go on a ten-hour TikTok binge.

They say it’s to help the company “discover emerging new trends.”  But it sounds more like a gimmick to get their name out there, which they’ve obviously done.

You can apply at UbiquitousInfluence.com.  You have to fill out an application and describe why you’re a good fit.  You also have to subscribe to their YouTube channel for some reason.  And they say you can up your chances if you tag them in a tweet about why you’re perfect for the gig.

They’re looking for someone who’s over 18 . . . already familiar with TikTok . . . and has an eye for trends.  The deadline to apply is May 31st.