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Many People In America Claim That They Can Get Famous While Making Content on Social Media

As many content creators are getting famous on different social media platforms day by day, many Americans also think that they can get famous by creating content. According to a survey of 2,000 Americans, 4 out of 10 think that they can get viral on social media because of their content. The possibility is high too because content creation is the highest-growing industry right now, and makes someone a superstar every passing hour of the day. 41% of people say that they want to get popular after creating something for social media while 3 out of 10 say that they have already gotten viral because of their content.

The survey also asked them why they want to get viral so 39% answered that they want it for the money as you can earn good money after being popular. But some people (37%) are also passionate about creating something for the audience while 35% say that they want to do content creation because they don't want to work for anyone. 58% say that everyone should treat content creation as any regular job because there's too much hard work, sweat and tears put into the work to make meaningful content, and that's the reason 49% say that they know that they will earn a decent amount from content creation. In this survey, it was shown that 43% of Americans want to create their content but not a lot of them can get to that level. Content creation seems like a simple and easy thing to do but a lot of people do not know how this all works. Just like 4 in 10 people in the survey think that content creators make any kind of content and they get popular while 29% think that content creators sketch an idea about the content they want to create and then do it in steps. 10% of people think that content creators just create videos for the sake of it. What people do not know is the difference between content creators and influencers. While content creators have to brainstorm different ideas for their content, influencers become popular just by advertising brand products. Two in three Americans have a faint idea about the difference between content creators and influencers and can differentiate between them easily.

People also shared their thoughts about the length of the videos. 57% of people said that short reels are best for the creators this way more followers interact with the content while 55% say that they are willing to watch long videos of the content creator if they like their shorter reels. About 81% of the people say that most of their knowledge about content on social media is from the people who make content there. Many people also shared their thoughts about what kind of content creators they like and what are their thoughts about them.

More than half of Americans believe content creation should be treated as a real job

Many People In America Claim That They Can Get Famous While Making Content on Social Media

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