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Blog subscriptions issues

  1. Hi!

    I just migrated my site - http://rodinhood.com from a wordpress.com hosted site to a self hosted site (on bluehost) now using WP 3.0.

    I have 3 questions:

    a) My blog subscribers (free) did not receive my latest blog entry after I made the switch - so I want to know how to activate those subscribers and make sure that the database of those users has not disappeared.

    b) I assume I will now have to install a plugin to get people to subscribe for free on my blog - any recommendations on which plug-in to use?

    c) How do I make sure that the old ( when I log into the old .com console, I can see still see the e-mail id's of my blogs subscribers).. and new database of subscribers are then merged into hence receive my new posts?

    Thanks.

    Alok

    Ps - I had posted this originally on wordpress.org and the moderator suggested I posy it here also.

    I still

    The blog I need help with is rodinhood.com.

  2. The blog you specified at rodinhood.com does not appear to be hosted at WordPress.com.

    This support forum is for blogs hosted at WordPress.com. If your question is about a self-hosted WordPress blog then you'll find help at the WordPress.org forums.

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  3. Since there is no connection between wordpress.COM and your self-hosted wordpress.ORG blog, you cannot. What you will have to do is get a new blog subscription widget, or possibly go through feedburner/google and then notify your subscribers that they will have to "re-up" with the new widget/plugin or feedburner/google.

  4. @rodinhood, If I catch anymore new threads about this topic I will go ahaead and delete the thread 2 of these current threads will be closed to further postings...

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