Yeah, there were a couple of factors. One is that at one time we had employees and made it part of their jobs to post every day in order to generate content because content begets content. It's a common strategy to get a site to critical mass. For example, we hired Victoria just to create content. When we couldn't afford her anymore, she went to LinkedIn, where she just writes content. She came from Reddit, where she did the same.
No wonder she went missing. What about @StephenL? I noticed his absence too.
You were one of the people I thought of constantly because of your amazing articles that you post. BTW, happy to give you logins to our social media accounts, and @slamdunk406 too. We were really fortunate to get the @cake twitter account.
That'll be cool. Hopefully if given some time we can try to get some momentum going and bring more people over to Cake. I just saw a new user comment on my book post a while ago. He just joined 5 hours ago. Not sure where he joined from, but it shows that we still get the occasional new user signup. Just need to keep them on site and encourage them to post.