We got some brand-new equipment delivered. All for the purpose of improving our video quality. We now have less excuses to deliver something good to our audience.
We applied new corrections and made public most of our videos. It seems reception wasn’t as bad as I initially thought. But still, very few people are watching our videos even after promoting through social media and that’s probably only the all-time fans. What can be the problem? Well, first of all, I think there are not too many people interested in the space as we would like. It certainly is getting on the news a lot more frequently, but still is a small target audience compared to other fields. Also, our social media network is still small. We need more new fans! Is our content boring or too long? Is our video quality so bad that is actually a deterrent for new viewers? I don’t know. I really wish to get some feedback through the comments section. So far, someone complained about the audio being annoying because of the buzz, but we might have corrected that already.
So, what if we actually drag new people not only to our channel but to this field? In my opinion, that would be an awesome accomplishment! What do we need for that? I’m not sure. I feel like this can be nearly impossible, but worth trying. At this point, it is very likely our content isn’t adequate for zero-knowledge-of-space people. I will have to deeply think about this.
However, not everything is bad news. We might have created a specialty network. We have received some proposals and support from interesting people. That can be even more beneficial than our original plan. We just have to remain optimist and make our best effort to evolve as a company, whatever our path is.