Long before I fell into this content creator lifestyle, I’ve always done grid planning for Instagram. While most will be quick to point out that I over-do everything I do (and they’d be right), the reality is that I’ve always believed that every post actively contributes to an implicit portfolio. And to present that portfolio in the best way possible, it takes a bit more energy to ensure that each contributing element has some intentionality behind it.
Grid planning essentially takes the conventional art of content scheduling (determining when and in what sequence content should be published) and layers on visual considerations. So, it’s not only what and when you’re posting, but what that content looks like when it’s looked at as a single unit.
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