My YouTube how-to videos have accumulated a total of over 3 000 views. When I started posting videos this past October, I expected maybe a hundred views, so they've done quite well.
I notice that the most popular video is the only one with a bright multi-coloured warp. I guess that its dynamic eye-catching look is a factor in its popularity. I must see how I can capitalize on this knowledge for future videos. It won't be intuitive: I gravitate to structure, texture, and strong but serene colour combinations. I didn't pick the colours of the peacock interlaced scarf in the video, I let the scarf's recipient pick. What you see is at a tangent to my taste.
I have a warp on a språng frame right now that I love to hate. I affectionately call "ketchup and mustard" because it's exactly those colours. Terracotta red and goldenrod yellow. The cotton yarn is left over from some dish cloths I knitted as a gift for someone whose taste is well-defined and consistent and on many points the opposite of mine.
I warped the frame with this yarn so someone could try språng and, having served its purpose, the thing is sitting on the floor near my desk. It is objectionable to my mind, truly. It's quite funny, I keep looking over and startling myself.