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  • Brickpicker Milestone: Hello 50,000 Members


    At 7:28 AM EST, member 8lackmagic from the United Kingdom registered on our site and became our 50,000th activated member!!!! Brickpicker is also celebrating it's 4th year in existence which is exciting in itself. To know that we have been able to register 50,000 members in those four years is an accomplishment that I didn't think would honestly ever happened if you asked me a few years back.  

    It's been amazing to see all the things that have happened over these past four years... 50k members, a book that has been published and just released with a second one in the works and we finally released our marketplace Brick Classifieds that offers ZERO selling fees and continues to gain traction more and more on a daily basis. 

    Ed and I may not get everything right, but we do keep trying to bring new features to the LEGO community.  We try to be a little different than the rest of the LEGO communities.  This year, the #1 task will be to bring you major enhancements to the Brickfolio feature, something that has been long overdue. We also have a few other features that you will hear about in the not so distant future that can be a major impact for the members of this site and their shopping habits.

    In the end Ed and I would just like to say thank you for all your support of the site.  We really love the community that Brickpicker has become and look forward to seeing where it will go!!


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    Congrats to the site and it's members! Let's aim for 100,00.Thanks to all members for voicing their thoughts and opinions. Special thanks to the Jeff and Ed for their hard work and continued dedication for site enhancements.

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    2 hours ago, brickolodon said:

    4 years already?...

    Well the first year was not all that impressive.  It's hard to launch a new site and get it noticed.  It wasn't really until the midway through 2012 that people starting getting interested and the forum started to get moving, etc.  When google buries your stuff 20 pages back, it's tough to get new people.  Brick Classifieds is just starting to break through some of these issues now.

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    Congrats! Way to persevere! As always, thank you guys for all of your hard work! Looking forward to exciting changes in the future! Happy Holidays to you guys!!

     

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    The first couple of months were tough.  I was talking to myself on the forums.  LOL.  I think sadowski1 was the first person to respond to me talking to myself.

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    ... and now it's the very first part of my daily in-office routine, even before I check for magic smoke or see what nodes crashed over night.

    appreciate all the efforts of all the involved! :-)

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    On 11/11/2015, 11:25:07, Jeff Mack said:

    Well the first year was not all that impressive.  It's hard to launch a new site and get it noticed.  It wasn't really until the midway through 2012 that people starting getting interested and the forum started to get moving, etc.  When google buries your stuff 20 pages back, it's tough to get new people.  Brick Classifieds is just starting to break through some of these issues now.

    so, you got #s for everybody?....i was like 112ish, lol

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