Some people simply don't like to read. Blog posts, documentation and tutorials might often just be skimmed over by some developers who "just want the content" or what to be physically shown how to do something.
If that sounds like you, then you might be interested in a site called Webucator, which provides various online courses (both self-paced and live) as well as other technology-centric training programs.
See Webucator In Action
For instance, let's take a look at one of my older blog posts on Integrating TinyMCE into an ASP.NET MVC Project.
It's a fairly straight-forward post, however it might not keep the attention of some non-readers. However, if you take the Webucator approach and create a video-based tutorial of the process, so that the user can easily follow along, then the post might be a bit more appealing :
Webucator covers a wide array of technologies in various stacks and even ventures into business-related skills such as finance, management and sales.
If you are interested in seeing what Webucator has to offer, consider visiting their site to see if it piques your interest.
Since you are on my blog, you might want to specifically check out some of the .NET related topics that are covered :