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Missing Annual Report

  1. This is a high traffic blog. I got reports for some blogs (mostly low traffic) but not for this one
    http://greekpoems.wordpress.com

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

  2. Go to your Site Stats page and see if the link to your annual report is there by some chance. On mine, there's a bar with the following texts:

    "Check out the fireworks you created on your 2011 Annual Report."

  3. @spirosdoikas
    Sorry but not every blog was sent annual report. Do you have other blogs under the same username? If so then their report can not be sent. It's not the matter of traffic as I know some biannual who did not receive it.

    @Shimworld
    That link is there only for the blogs who have already seen or at-least received the mail before.

  4. Neither site that I received a report on has a link to the report in the Stats page, so that is not a 100% indicator either. One report was set to Public the other was not so I don't think it is the visibility setting.

  5. I agree with auxclass. I had 3 annual reports this year and none last year. This year my 2 public blogs received reports and 1of my private blogs also received an annual report.

  6. I haven't received an annual report but i'd like to, how do I go about that please? My blog is http://kadampalife.org

  7. @lucyhjames
    Please understand that you are not "missing" an annual report. There are many threads now and what they reveal is that like last year only some WordPress.com bloggers received annual reports on only some of their blogs.

  8. Apparently anyone who contacts staff and asks for an annual report seems to get one. I saw several such requests in the "staff questions" section of the forum. all subsequently got the report. one of the staff answers said that they automatically generated reports for blogs with at least 30 views in November and 1000 views for the year.
    but she had them "manually" generate a report for that blogger, who presumably had fewer views than that.

  9. I have this problem too. My blog has around 30000 views and I can't see my annual report. redepoc.wordpress.com

  10. @deukalionis
    Please understand that you are not "missing" an annual report. There are many threads now and what they reveal is that like last year only some WordPress.com bloggers received annual reports on only some of their blogs.

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