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I would recommend studying the documentation style of some of the best Instructables on the site. The homepage feed is a good place to start.
Also, here's a handy guide on how to create good Instructables: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Create-a-Feature-Worthy-Instructable/
Invest in a reasonably decent stills camera, and create step-by-step instructables, rather than just videos.
Consider social media like Twitter & Facebook - create an opening image that teases the audience enough to open and share a link (I have noticed that images like these get shared a lot more than "ordinary" images).
I share most of my I'bles on Twitter. The only views that I get from twitter are if Instructables tweets them.
I've gotten thousands of views so far from Pinterest. If I had to choose one, I would choose Pinterest - BY FAR!
To make your instructables get more views, I suggest adding an interesting title and cover photo. To make your instructables get more likes, add step by step instructions with or without a video. Another way to get more likes, try to take nice pictures and lots of pictures. Hope I helped. :)
Make better thumbnails, and more enticing titles.
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Posted:Feb 1, 2017
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