Once upon a time, websites would send emails to subscribers when new content was posted. Today, they send push notifications.
Push notifications pop up in the lower right corner of your screen to notify you when a website has published new content. Much like a Microsoft Outlook new email notification.
When you visit BrianShoff.com, your browser will display a popup asking if you will allow the website to send notifications. If you want to see my next high-resolution Harleigh photo or hear about my next project, say “allow” or “yes,” and you’ll stay up-to-date.
Unlike blog update emails, push notifications are anonymous. I don’t see your email or even your name. Just a “+1”.