The Beginning & End Of Donald Trump’s Website

The journey of the most-talked about website has come to an end. So, what is it, and why did it happen?

What Happened?

What Was It?

While talking about his website, Trump said, as quoted by The Wrap, “My website is a place where everyone can see my statements, issued in real time, and engage with the MAGA Movement. This is meant to be a temporary way of getting my thoughts and ideas out to the public without the Fake News spin…’”

Trump’s followers could sign up for posts alerts on the platform through their email and phone numbers. The website also gave visitors the option to “like” the posts and share it to Facebook and Twitter.

Not So Rosy

The number of interactions logged by Trump’s site is not great, considering how Trump was very popular in social media platforms before his ban. The former U.S President had 88 million followers on Twitter, 32 million on Facebook, 24 million on Instagram and just around 3 million YouTube subscribers, with his videos regularly raking in millions of views. From communicating with millions of people via Twitter, to seeing only an average of 4,000 interactions a day in his blog site, we feel it is safe to say that Trump’s online presence is becoming obsolete and irrelevant.

Zooming Out

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