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Let’s talk about Friday and the Cloudflare outage
On Friday 17th July, the internet collapsed for 27 minutes due to a Cloudflare outage.
SaaS lessons shared on the Framework podcast
Last month I joined Tom Creighton and Robert Hayes on the Framework show to chat about how Fathom Analytics works as a privacy-focused and fully self-funded software company.
A 1 year review of Laravel Vapor
As one Laravel Vapor’s first customers, we wanted to walk you through a review of costs, scaling, reliability and more. Here’s what we’ve found after using Vapor for almost a year.
Fathom Analytics vs the competition
Fathom Analytics is simple to use, and fully respects the privacy of your website visitors. Let’s compare it to the competition (and Google Analytics).
20 years to overnight success
A detailed look at how to create a lasting and successful product.
Don’t be the last person to know when your site is offline
Today Fathom is introducing simple website uptime monitoring for all our customers, available on every plan.
Custom domains, V2 and new embed code options
Custom domains and our tracking code are both now faster, easier and more redundant.
Does removing Google Analytics hurt your search engine/SEO ranking?
The short answer is no, using Fathom instead of Google Analytics will not hurt your SEO ranking.
What we’ve learned about digital privacy through a 1,500+ person survey
1,515 people participated and shared their fears and behaviours around digital privacy.
I quit my job to work on Fathom Analytics full time
As 2020 came around, it was becoming clear to me that I couldn’t handle my full time job and run Fathom, so I had to leave.
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