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A social media influencer from Billings responds to the probable TikTok ban



Billings, Montana – TikTok users would miss out on exposure and possible revenue after Governor Greg Gianforte signed the prohibition of the social media app into law.

“I work with brands on my platform,” said Kylie Nelson, a social media influencer on Tiktok.

“As a content creator, I work with brands. They pitch to me or I pitch brands and ideally, they have the same audience. Through that, t I will make content for them, and they pay me to make content for their audience.”

She has been an influencer for a year, according to Nelson.

“I take my closet and your closet and I help you show up as your most confident self throughout the day,” explained Nelson.

“Being an influencer means I use my platforms and show you different clothing items, and beauty products, when I travel, and where to travel as well.”

Nelson said she is unsure if the ban will stand after a lawsuit was filed against it in the Treasure State, but she will keep creating content for TikTok until she isn’t.

“If TikTok does get banned, other apps will come out and then I’ll have to pivot like other people. Right now, I’m just gonna try and be transparent and authentic on my platform,” said Nelson.

In Montana, the application is prohibited starting in January 2024.

You may learn more about Nelson’s platforms by visiting her website, Ambition, and Grace.

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