I used to use this website as primarily a "portfolio", which is what most photographers do. Usually, a photographer website consists of a home page with different categories of images to show to prospective clients and then a blog that only gets updated when they want to post about a recent shoot.
After a while, I realized that no one was going on my website to check out me and my work. Almost every photo job I've ever gotten has been in person because someone referred me or knew me personally. The other ones were because I posted photos every day and was extremely active on the internet. I've heard, "I saw your vlog today and it reminded me that you do photography. Can you shoot my engagement portraits?" The more personal I got, the more work I would get. If I stuck to the typical sterile photographer portfolio and stale blog, I wouldn't get anything.
Back to the portfolio thing. The website is expensive! I determined that it was a waste of money to have a website that just sat there waiting for eyes to come look at it. The world doesn't work like that anymore; most of my traffic is from referrers like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Very few people type "willmalone.com" into their browser to check this place out. Where are you hanging out? Probably just social media. Social media is what gets you to different websites now.
Why would I add that extra hoop for someone to see my work, when I know they'll be cruising Instagram? Social media is now a living, changing, and constantly updated portfolio. If a client checks you out, it's probably going to be your Instagram activity anyway. If you post enough, you'll provide all a client needs to know through your social media profiles. They can figure out how personable you are, how good your photos are, and how you interact with others. That's WAY better than a dead blog portfolio. Clients buy the person, not the photography.
So that's it. That's why I bailed on my portfolio page on my site.