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I just realized that my last post was the 100th post on this blog. I truly enjoy blogging and I am happy to see so many find it useful, with about 100 subscribers and a good view rate. Thank you everyone! Here is a summary of the 10 most popular posts of these 100 posts from Swedish Translation Services. It is also high time to name the blog, but I am stumped. Any suggestions are welcome!

Top 10 blog posts from Blogging with Swedish Translation Services:

These are all from after I moved to the WordPress platform and started using Feedburner, which was in August of last year. It is interesting to look at the statistics and see patterns, some surprising some not.

 

 

Tess
Tess
Swedish Translation Services is a company owned by Tess Whitty, a freelance translator (English-Swedish), proofreader, editor, copy writer, localizer and entrepreneur.

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  2. Anna Maria says:

    Tess, I like this bloggie, I look forward to getting updates and many useful ideas from you. Exchanging ideas would be fun.
    I’m very pro-Swedish too.

    KR,

    Anna Maria
    Paris based multilingual communications on +33 1 34 93 03 00

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