Google recently updated their PageRank system, and Swedish Love Affair was upgraded to level 4! It’s considered high. Google itself, for instance, has level 9, which is the highest level a web page can reach.

Perhaps this doesn’t mean much to my readers, since it won’t change the content in Swedish Love Affair in any way, but for me it matters. You see, this is my first serious web page and I’m very happy to be acknowledged by Google in their PageRank system. A higher PageRank reflects good content, clever site management and loyal visitors, among other things.

The photos in this post are taken by my little brother Mattias. He insisted on me mentioning it.
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8 Responses to PageRank’d

  1. Erin says:

    Congratulations– you deserve it! Mattias also deserves the mention; his photos are quite good :)

    • Antonia says:

      Thank you, Erin! Yes, I think they’re pretty good too, and he takes so much pride in the fact that I publish them here every now and then:)

  2. Shailly says:

    Wow !Congrats! You truly deserve this
    Btw you had been painting a lot last few days ! Can we see some of your creations! Or is it a surprise!

  3. Cinz says:

    A big congrats to you Antonia!!!=D truly happy for u and u got a great blog going on!

    Looks like ur lil bro got some great photography skills already goin on there! ;) Maybe it runs in the family? hehe


  4. Anna says:

    I had no idea about this system, but I looked it up on Wikipedia and now I know that it’s basically the reason why Google is the best. And level 4 seems to be a huge achievement, congratulations!
    Can’t say I’m much surprised though, your site rocks! :)

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