If you want to consistently run more balls, then you should simplify the spin you use for positioning the cue ball.
Follow shots allow for good consistency because the cue ball gravitates toward topspin (natural roll) as it moves on the table. If you don't go against the natural movement of the cue ball, then there is less that can wrong with the shot.
Stun shots allow you to predict the path of the cue ball easier, due to the tangent line and 90 degree rule. Stop shots are even better!
Draw shots go against the natural movement of the cue ball and will introduce inconsistencies unless you have developed a good stroke.
Sidespin impairs shots by introducing squirt, swerve, and throw. Only use sidespin when absolutely necessary!