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By Thomas Baekdal - December 2010

The Best Articles of 2010

2010 is almost over, and for me at least, it was both a really frustrating and stressful year, but it was also the best year ever on Baekdal.com. The traffic level increased 385%, estimated to reach half a million absolute unique readers per month here in December.

I also launched Baekdal Plus, which is more in-depth content focusing on providing advice, insights, analysis, and trend forecasts - all in the format of a stream.

Here is a short summary of the best content in 2010:

The best articles in 2010 (of those published in 2010)

The best Plus articles in 2010

The best articles in 2010 (overall)

The Design section

A big part of baekdal.com is the design section. It is responsible for more than 65% of the traffic, but is kept as a separate section away from the main site. It relies totally on social sharing.

The best design articles in 2010 (overall)

So let's get on with 2011. It is what the sci-fi authors define as the year after the future. It's going to be wicked :)

 
 
 

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