I sometimes wonder about these posts. If anyone reads them, that is. My stats indicate not many – unless everyone has opted out or is blocking tracking. Which is unlikely. There’s a little notification that goes out on Twitter each time, but who’s going to click on those links?
There’s a freedom in that of course. And there are occasional signs of appreciation. Facebook would be the biggest driver of traffic, but I got a little creeped out with all the privacy stuff and left. That’s already two years ago.
Who looks at websites anymore? Is there still a place for them in the age of Facebook, Twitter, Medium, and Snapchat? Rich Ziade And Paul Ford (who wrote the article on Brutalist websites I referred to a week ago) talk about this, and more, on the latest episode of their Track Changes podcast.