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By Thomas Baekdal - January 2012

What People Say About Baekdal Plus

Many of my existing subscribers tweeted the most wonderful things to support Baekdal Plus. Here are a few examples and there are many more out there.

The first example is this one from Per Håkansson, and I absolutely love it. With just one sentence he managed to define my entire purpose, "One man's quest for what matters!"

Another great tweet was this one from Avinash Kaushik. Avinash wrote the most wonderful post about Baekdal Plus I have ever seen. If you don't know who Avinash is, you should check his blog where he publishes some of the best posts online about analytic strategy.

Other tweets from very generous people include these:

And finally, Marta posted this very simple but wonderful tweet. A tweet like that can make you smile all day :)

Thank you all, including those that I didn't include here. You are the ones who make it all worthwhile!

And if you are not a subscriber, take a look at some the Plus articles, like "The Future of Active Advertising", "The Real Mobile Shift - for Publishers" (or brands) and many others. Sign-up for a free trial, and if it is valuable to you, subscribe for just $14/month!

 
 
 

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