nostalgicheroGuestSeptember 16, 2022 at 2:05 pm
scarletreginaGuestSeptember 16, 2022 at 6:15 pm
Finding photos. Sometimes I work with stock images and other times it’s photos taken by staff. In either case, it can take hours to find what I need sometimes.
David_Mil78GuestSeptember 16, 2022 at 6:35 pm
Deffinitely the creation of a content strategy. This is one of the most energy-intensive tasks, as it includes many subtasks. I mean, you need to study the niche, the activity of competitors, as well as your current and potential followers in order to competently think through the content that you will publish. I use additional tools that allow me to automate this process a little. For example, the online activity tracker Snoopreport, which allows you to receive reports about likes, comments, follows and hashtags for the users you track. Thus, I manage to understand what kind of content my current and potential followers are interested in, as well as the followers of competitors. And among other things, I also use Planoly, which allows me to schedule publications and set the time and date when I need to post content. It is especially useful if you have multiple accounts, as it allows you to save time decently.
FourthAgeGuestSeptember 16, 2022 at 10:30 pm
Getting paid to do it
DeluxemburgersGuestSeptember 17, 2022 at 1:42 am
iamsupaman67GuestSeptember 17, 2022 at 2:33 am
Being a perfectionist
Wooden_Dragonfly_608GuestSeptember 17, 2022 at 9:22 pm
Coming up with ideas that stand out.
MarquittaGreenGuestSeptember 18, 2022 at 9:42 am
The most painful thing in my content creation process is dealing with clients who are not happy with the final product. It’s always a challenge to please everyone, but when clients nitpick every little detail or change their mind about what they want mid-project, it can be extremely frustrating and time consuming.
It’s also challenging to come up with new and original ideas constantly, so I often have to resort to stealing from others or recycling old ideas. And finally, it’s always painful to hit the “publish” button and put my work out there for the world to judge. But despite all these challenges, I love creating content and I wouldn’t trade it for anything else.
KM-ArafatRahmanGuestSeptember 18, 2022 at 9:43 am
There isn’t one definitive answer to this question since the most painful thing will vary from person to person and from project to project. However, some of the most common pain points include:
– Coming up with ideas
– Struggling with writer’s block
– Editing and reworking content
– Waiting for approvals or feedback from others
– Having to make changes based on feedback
Ultimately, the most painful part of content creation is usually just putting in the time and effort required to produce quality content. It can be frustrating when you don’t feel inspired or you don’t know where to start, but it’s important to power through and keep pushing forward. The end result is always worth it!