Post by captaininfosec on Oct 3, 2015 20:10:45 GMT -5
I've spent a lot of my free time over the past month moving my workshop from my cluttered garage to a finished room in my basement. Along the way, I was able to document the build process for my french cleat system, and I built an Instructable with help from a talented photographer friend.
Post by captaininfosec on Oct 26, 2015 9:50:46 GMT -5
This Instructable got featured on the front page, and was in one of the daily email updates. That made a huge difference in traffic - I had about 1500 hits in a few days, then quickly climbed to over 24,000 hits with 500+ favorites and dozens of subscribers.
It really emphasizes how much impact exposure has for an Instructable. Now I have to ponder what to do next!
An interesting note: there was a lot of panic because my handsaws were stored with the blade facing outward. They're not in a place I'm likely to bump, they're in a slot, angled back to the wall, and have a magnetic retention system, but people were absolutely convinced that I'd terribly injure myself. So far, none of their predicted doom and gloom has occurred.