That is a solid point, why are you making videos? Because you want to, to make money, to create a community, to share information, to get famous? Personally, if I started making content and I wasn't gaining followers or views I would stop. My wife started uploading videos to document our life under Covid, sort of a video diary. She started to rapidly gain followers while the lockdown prevented her for opening a few language schools (really bad timing). She pulled out or renting spaces and stopped interviewing to focus on content creation. Now she is very successful and negotiating a television contract as I'm typing this. That said, content creation is very demanding and she works very hard, much more than she would in a normal career or even running a chain of schools but it is worth it for her. Now she gets to meet directors and television producers and has the opportunity to pursue her dream as a scriptwriter. It really depends on what you want to get out of it and how well your content is received, but you won't know if you don't try. Previously, my wife hated social media and now she lives on it.