How should I improve my Instructables so that they get featured? Answered
I started off quite well with Instructables. My Instructables were also featured. I was enjoying it a lot. Just when I thought that I'm understanding the platform and can contribute well to it, I was proved wrong.
From past few days, my Instructables were not featured and I'm wondering why?
Am I not putting enough pictures? But I document each and every step!
Am I making grammatical mistakes? But I check my drafts twice or sometimes thrice before publishing. Moreover, I use "Grammarly" which automatically detects the mistakes.
Is the problem in my writing pattern? Well, I don't write long paragraphs, I just make bullet points to make the steps easy to read and follow.
Am I not providing enough steps? Apart from the usual steps, I also provide advanced steps for almost all my Instructables.
Is the problem in the introduction or main image? I try my best to express my idea in the introduction and as for the images, I use the advanced Renders.
Are my ideas not unique? But I search the website before working on an idea.
Are they very simple to do? But, it's meant to be simple. It's basically for the beginners.
Well, I work on Fusion 360 and I only contribute to the Technology: Software channel as of now. Is this the problem?
I feel that if I'm investing my time on a project, working so hard to document it and contributing to a community, that should be good enough. Else, is it even worth sharing?
I have 20 Instructables now, of which only 13 are featured. Not every Instructable can be featured and I understand that but there must be something I'm not doing the right way. I'm seeking for some honest opinion here on how to improve my Instructables.