This applies to more than social media but clients who still insist on having the full url of their site i.e., “[http://www.reddit.com”](http://www.reddit.com”) , because they think customers won’t know what to type into a browser (or know that the browser won’t take them there anyway if they just type “reddit.com”)
That they hire me to do the work, then want 100% say in every post then when I give them full reign to directing posts, nothing gets done and then ask me to take over again. It’s a cycle I haven’t figured out how to break for most new clients. There’s always an awkward period before they can fully trust that they don’t know best practices.
Overproducing assets. Stuff that is shot on an iphone is actually going to be better 90% of the time because its going to look native. If its too glossy people know its an ad and bounce. Drives me nuts.