It seems that every town has them. A golden neighborhood with an incredibly huge house, a lineup of luxury cars and a huge garden. But how? Why do so many people have so much money?
That’s the question that Toronto’s freelance location scout Aaron Van Kampen has asked homeowners for months. The answer he’s getting is that he provided a lot of feed to his TikTok account. This has exploded since I posted Part 1 in early November.
“Before this, I worked as a location hunter and bartender,” Van Kampen explained to MarketWatch. “I realized that there was a pandemic and I had a lot of free time. I was looking for something that had something to do with that time.”
And the “dream worker” was clicked incredibly 35 million times:
Vankampen’s rise to TikTok’s fame has been remarkable, with over a million followers in less than two months. As their reaction suggests, the interviewees were generally friendly and friendly when the door-to-door canvassing TikToker approached.
But he said a strange problem had occurred. For example, he was driven away by a guard dog. “I’ve learned, so I’ll never approach my house with a’beware of the dog’sign,” he said.
In the next phase of social media planning, Vankanpen seeks to extend its reach beyond Toronto once travel restrictions have been relaxed and homes around the world have been visited. Will he receive the same warm welcome as Canada, for example in New York City? You may know someday.
Meanwhile, he is launching again His youtube channelIdeally, you’ll earn some cash in the process, aiming to expand your interview with TikTok’s time limit.
“My plan is to stay inspirational. If I can find a way to inspire and monetize my followers, I’ll do that,” he said.
After the pandemic, he decided to knock on a random mansion and ask, “What do you do to make a living?” — Now his TikTok account is exploding
http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story.asp?guid=%7B21005575-02D4-D4B5-4572-D1B72BD8AB85%7D&siteid=rss&rss=1 After the pandemic, he decided to knock on a random mansion and ask, “What do you do to make a living?” — Now his TikTok account is exploding