The year 2019 is already 2 months behind us. I wanted to take a final look back on the year. Nathan already wrote a blog on stuff that was going on from the developer and admin side of the site, like traffic, new features etc. JaredHinton wrote a blog on the admin's favorite sets of the year. I want to take a look at a very import aspect of Rebrickable: YOU. Without you, Rebrickable wouldn't exist. We count on you to submit and build MOCs, and help us keep the database up-do-date and correct errors. 2019 has been the busiest year for the admin team. With the help of some graphs and numbers, I want to show how much you all have helped us.

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2019 is over, and was a very busy year for Rebrickable. We have continued to experience fairly rapid growth and it has at times been a struggle to keep up!

The 2019 site traffic has jumped considerably over 2018:

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So another year has come and gone, for me 2018 seemed to go by very quickly! Rebrickable is now 7 years old, so let's take a look at how big it has grown :)

Looking at 2018 traffic, there was a significant increase over

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Time to see what happened in 2017 and play with some numbers!

The volume of traffic received in 2017 was fairly close to 2016, with a much smaller growth compared to previous years.

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Numbers time! Rebrickable has been running for five years now, and 2016 was an extremely busy time for me.

The below chart shows the daily page views for the last 5 years. There is always a surge of activity right after Christmas which eventually tapers off, but the overall...

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Rebrickable has been running for four years now, with 2015 seeing plenty of growth.

The below chart shows the daily page views for the last 4 years. This last week has seen a big surge in users which I hope continues into 2016!

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I didn't do a birthday post in August this year, instead I decided to switch to calendar year annual updates. Rebrickable's third year saw lots of user growth, lots of new functionality, and lots of data improvements.

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