Three Ways to Find Inspiration for Online Content

Three Ways to Find Inspiration for Online Content

This entry is shared with permission from Wiz Sebulburo’s Instagram site. You can find him on Instagram at #wizisnothere.

Do you ever have those times when you just don’t know what online content to create? You sit there for a while thinking but, for some reason, your creative brain refuses to think of ideas. It can sometimes be difficult to think of content ideas. In times like these, I have three ways of finding inspiration for content.

I hope one, or all, can help you!

#1 Watch other people’s content

This is one of the biggest things that I do. Whenever I struggle to think of online content, I tend to watch some of my favorite creators and see if I can draw inspiration from them. Of course, you have to be careful not to completely copy what they have created. Something that I do is take a video idea and try to make my own version of it. Not necessarily copying the video but taking the idea of it and making it my own. You could also tag the creator who you took inspiration and they could possibly view it.

#2 Trends

Trends are a big part of content creation. You can search for trends on any platform you use whether it is on Instagram, YouTube, or TikTok. Joining trends can be a fun way to create content. Similarly to the previous point, I like to find trends and then do my own twist with it. I don’t like to just copy a trend that everyone has done. To make it more creative, I like to change it a bit so that it stands out from the rest. Next time the newest trend comes around, try to be creative with it and make it different from everyone else’s.

#3 Pray

Last, but certainly not least, is prayer. This point won’t relate to some of you, but it is one of the biggest ways that I get inspiration for content as a Christian content creator. You may be thinking: “Huh? What would praying to God to inspire me to create?” Well, God is considered the Creator. So, in that sense, why WOULDN’T you want to pray to someone who is literally the Creator? That’s how I view it at least. Praying is a great and underrated way to gain inspiration for content especially for creators who are religious.

Final Remarks

I hope these tips can help you think of content to create! Thanks for reading. Now go create!

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