Internet Psychologist reaches the “premiere league”

Internet Psychologist Graham Jones has today confirmed a “milestone” in the performance of his website. The grading system run by the Internet marketing agency HubSpot has placed Graham’s site within the Top 5,000 websites in its database of more than 1.5m.

“This is fantastic news,” said Graham, “I have worked very hard on my web site and am pleased that it continues to pay off. My ever rising ranking position means I must be doing the right thing.”

Graham Jones, Internet Psychologist, now officially a high ranking site

HubSpot grades website according to a wide range of criteria, including the readability of the content, the number of links, search engine factors and technical coding matters. Graham’s site now scores 99.7% putting it amongst some of the top sites in the world.

Web psychologist Graham added: “This also confirms recent data from other ranking systems, such as Alexa, which has me within the Top 1% of all websites and Technorati which has me within the Top 0.23% of all blogs.”

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