I have been using Feedburner to allow people to subscribe to my blog updates by email (important since much of my target audience live in developing countries with only limited and costly web access - tkbulletin.wordpress.com). Feedburner have recently advised me that I have to transfer to Google by the end of this month, and that to manage my account I need to use the Google analytics services. So, I logged into Google, and although my site is listed there, I don't appear to be able to do anything with it until I have installed Google tracking code on my pages.
From my reading of the forums, in fact I can't add the google analytics widgets or anything to our pages hosted on wordpress.com - is that correct? Does this mean I have to make a choice between keeping my website readers (i.e. my wordpress.com account) or my email subscribers (i.e. my feedburner-turned-google account) within the next week?
If anyone else has solved this problem I'd be very grateful!
The blog I need help with is tkbulletin.wordpress.com.