I have been blogging for almost 7 years and building video content for around 2 years. After spending so much time on blogging and creating a video, I have got quite a good idea what people would like to read and what people like to watch. However, there is one thing, which I am constantly struggling after almost a year and I would like to get your opinion about it. Though this may look very simple to you it is very crucial to me and I would like to know your opinion about it.
I have been building video almost every week for my SQL in Sixty Seconds series and it has been quite popular. So far on my YouTube Channel there are over 10,000 subscribers and over 1M views. Here is my problem – there are about 50+ videos on SQL in Sixty Seconds Series but the not every video is popular. There are a few videos which are extremely popular and there are videos which are absolutely struggling to get even single view. I have yet not figured out what people would love to watch on this channel. I noticed lots of people watching various videos but hardly anyone leaving comments or suggestions. At the end of the blog posts associated with the SQL in Sixty Seconds, I always ask which video people would love to watch, but I get a very low response over there too.
What I wonder is that why such a low engagement of viewers/readers on the video blog posts whereas the channel is a success and lots of people are watching the video? What do you think I should change in my video to increase the engagement?
Meanwhile, I have just realized a 12-minute video which has very high engagement online. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)