Most Excellent! A Compendium of Greatest Hits from my Back Library

Have you ever thought: I really want to spend tonight reading Mike’s back library but I just don’t know where to start?

Phil Rozek thought you might and wanted to make your job easier. He pored through the 2400 articles I have written since day one, drove them through the absolute best local algo (Miriam Ellis, David Mihm, Dave Oremland, Andrew Shotland, Nyagoslav Zhekov & Phil himself) to come up with a list of The Best of Blumenthal (so far).
jan-and-dean
So if you really ever did think that you actually did want to spend some time perusing my back library this is probably the place to start….. a list of articles curated by some of the best in the local search. And people that I am lucky to have met along the way and become friends with.

Now me? I am off to listen to the greatest hits of Jan & Dean.

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5 thoughts on “Most Excellent! A Compendium of Greatest Hits from my Back Library”

  1. Another brilliant post idea from Phil. I was sorry I didn’t have time to participate and had to decline.

    But the reason, more than time constraints was that this was just TOO hard of an exercise! Picking your best posts? There are just too many to choose from.

    I honestly don’t know how you do it Mike, but I know the entire industry appreciates the wealth of knowledge you so willingly share!

  2. Jan and Dean is really ancient. Why not something more contemporary …..like the Dave Clark Five?

  3. You are reading my mind! Many times I’ve thought I would like to read Mike’s greatest hits. Especially now, since Google finally (after 18 months) decided that I really do have an office and qualify to be on the map – Hooray!

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