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cant see my own posts in the category I posted them in.

  1. why cant I see my posts in its category after I post it?

    The blog I need help with is marcusmaxis.wordpress.com.

  2. why cant I see my post in the category I posted them In?

  3. Will you please check out the reasons for non-appearance here?
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/topics/#missing-posts If you have assigned too many Categories/Tags to your posts, then you need to edit and delete. http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/edit-posts-screen/ After removal note it may take several days for your posts to begin displaying there.

  4. forwomenseyesonly
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    Same here, all my posts previously published are gone from the categories where I put them :( This is in addition to not being able to see my most recent post (from Dec.21st) in the categories, even though it says it has been published.

  5. @forwomenseyesonly
    The blogger who posted this thread has been assigning too many categories and tags to posts. http://en.support.wordpress.com/topics/#missing-posts If that's not what you are doing then your have a different issue and need to click this link and start your own thread http://en.forums.wordpress.com/?new=1

  6. @@forwomenseyesonly
    Right> I just checked you blog and you are also spamdexing ie. tag spamming ie. assigning too many categories and tags to posts. You can edit the posts and change that.
    Dashboard > Posts > All Posts
    hover over the title of the post and click the edit link
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/edit-posts-screen/

    After removal note it may take several days for your posts to begin displaying on the Topics pages again. As a rule of thumb we assign the least member of categories and/or tags that reveal what the content in the post is focused on. We are also mindful that search spiders can detect if we assign categories and/or tags that are not supported by the keywords in the content in the post.

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