Hey catmanduud,Had a quick look at your instructables and the first thing I noticed is that they don't catch the eye. You need a photo of the item in use or a way that it looks super interesting so people will really want to click it. The other thing is to put instructions in your 'ible. I can't tell how to make the items from the photos. The 'ible on the air cannon is really good, but I know if I were to build it I would need words to explain how to do it and in what order. Getting featured is a really good thing to getting views and well photographed and written instructables helps that. :) Hope that helps!
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Learn to think REAL 3-D stay clear of a 2-D monitor.. Take a quick course on dual prospective lines Try to understand why Roman builders would cause temple steps to be curved in order to appear straight to a citizen viewer. Then you will perceive the views on an instructable.are manny.
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Try to get it featured, that helps increase views; refer to https://www.instructables.com/community/Featuring-Checklist/. Try to increase views from search engines:https://www.instructables.com/id/Using-SEO-to-increase-an-Instructables-views/. Promote your instructable using sites like pinterest, facebook, twitter, reddit etc. Some blogs accept submissions such as craftgawker, crochet pattern central. It is important to have a well documented instructable with good quality photos (in focus, good lighting). This goes along way in getting views (and getting featured). But it also helps if it is about something clever, cool and unique. Check out what becomes popular:https://www.instructables.com/tag/type-id/?sort=POPULAR
Make it a good one, make it follow the current zeitgeist. Use good materials, well shot photographs, good prose......