ModeratorOctober 27, 2021 at 4:36 pm
I think you just have to look at this logically.
Your channel is and has been primarily about DIY topics, with a small smattering of other genres thrown in. I think that most people who come to your channel are looking for or are interested in the DIY aspect. I, for one, like the interviews and the reviews, but I am definitely not “your typical viewer”.
How to hit that magic sweet spot and pull in the views, if I knew, I’d be doing it. Lol. Maybe you could slyly introduce a product in a video and then the next video would actually be about that product. For example, you could have had a build video where prior to testing out the speakers, you go over to the system and unplug your headphones with a quote such as “time to try these bad bois out”. Then, a week or so after you can come back with “In my last video, I was listening with my headphones while working to finish up the project. This headphone amp…”
You get the picture. It’s just trying to tie the review into the theme of the channel, even if it is a loose tie. Keeps the feeling a bit more consistent.
Or maybe that won’t work. It’s YouTube after all, and we all know it works in mysterious ways.