The Converting Curmudgeon Top 10 Hits

Well, a whole year has gone by already, and “The Converting Curmudgeon” Blog is celebrating its First Anniversary as an independent news source. In recognition of this industry-shattering event, I introduce both my new logo* (above) and present the “Top 10 Hits” of the past 12 months. Hope you enjoy reading (or re-reading) these posts that received the most traffic in total from here on WordPress and on the new CONVERTING QUARTERLY  Website. Also, thanks to you and your fellow converting and package-manufacturing industry professionals for helping to generate more than 23,000 page views of this Blog since May 2, 2010.

  1. Digital packaging-printing technology mashup at IPEX
  2. Digital label-making technology mashup at Labelexpo Americas
  3. PACK EXPO 2010 Film Fest
  4. Odyssey: The house that digital printing built
  5. ICE USA 2011 Photo Gallery: A show is born
  6. Where the global p-s label market may be in 2014
  7. What every treehugger needs for Christmas
  8. Oneglass™ at a time
  9. Some cool package-converting stuff at PACK EXPO
  10. How CCL Label does acquisitions

* For more on the logo redesign, click HERE.

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1 Response to The Converting Curmudgeon Top 10 Hits

  1. Matt says:

    Wow, Thanks! This saves me a lot of time on Google and Twitter. You’d be surprised at how hard it is to find Real Packaging News online.

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