A tiny digital footprint
Several years ago I thought what is happening to me was not an option. At that time, a German friend told me I was one of the top six bloggers she knew; I was running three blogs and blogging four times a day at the time.
Several years ago, I was asked to guest blog for several sites, and I got told that my stories were always the most read. I also wrote for a magazine based in Amsterdam for several months.
Now, if I blog more than once a day I am doing well.
If you had to track my digital footprint, the best way would be to try to find where I buy things as I don't use Google, Facebook, Twitter or any of the major sites, and do not chat online these days.
If you tracked my online reading, you would be surprised at the content, but remember I am a writer, so I need variety for my material. My online shopping venues have changed a lot since the days when I was a heavy blogger, I shop mainly from eden.co.uk www.eden.co.uk/christian-books/ these days.
In fact, you would be hard pressed to track my reading online since I stopped writing in January 2019, and from October 2019 I will be online even less.