I have created a Website which is a self-improvement site, and which contains sections devoted to fitness, nutrition, goal-setting, etc. I developed it with the idea to help people and also to gain their trust and then sell them good-quality digital products and affiliate offers.
I have a lot of experience in these areas, and thus wound up putting up more than 70,000 words divided into 12 sections. I have broken up each section with topic headings and lots of nice graphics. The material is written in a relaxed conversational style.
Because I have read and heard that "these days" people like to just sit and watch videos, I have done them for about half of the site. They're not fancy; just me reading the page and making a few comments.
One section I worked on a few days ago would take an hour to read.
I did a video version of it, but it totals up to about 1/2 hour, which is about average for the other sections, although one section is about 90 minutes long, and another will be about an hour. If I put them up, I'll break them up into 15-minute sections.
My concern, however, is that people are not going to spend 45-60-90 minutes watching a video, and maybe also wouldn't spend 20-30-45 minutes to read a section.
So my question is am I right about this concern, and if so, what to do about it? I did think of cutting the length of the sections a lot and then making up a course which I would then (hopefully) sell.
May I have some constructive feedback and suggestions?
Many thanks for your kind replies.