First, a warning: This article is not your average stamp/philatelic story. I still recommend you read it because it will (hopefully) teach you a thing or two not on just how to write about stamps but also about us stamp collectors and human behavior. Ever heard of Google Search Console? It is an utility that Google provides for website owners like me. One of the many nice features it provides are various statistics on what kind of (website related) information people search from the Internet, and how (in which words) they search for it. The title of this post, “does anyone collect stamps anymore” is a direct quote that (at least) nineteen people have typed last month to Google’s search box according to Google Search console. Most website owners guard this data as their precious (because it is worth gold in marketing sense), but since traffic from Google has very little meaning/importance to SCB these days, I’ll share what the average philatelic information seeker on Google (from perspective of SCB) is alike, and how anyone aspiring on becoming a philatelic blogger/writer (or even maintaining a society website) can take advantage of this information.