I recently moved my WordPress.com blog (jessicakorteman.com) to a self-hosted WordPress.org site (notesofnomads.com).
I have a site re-direct in place and a staff member transferred my followers to my new site. However, people still seem to be able to follow my old blog, despite when clicking on the homepage or any post links being re-directed to the new one. I'm just wondering how this is possible? Is there a setting I should have changed to prevent this?
The email I receive when someone follows says they are following my old site name, but the new URL (the site I have re-directed to). However, when I receive these notifications the number of blog followers I see within the WordPress.org dashboard doesn't increase. It only increases when the email I receive says they have followed my new site name and new URL. I'm assuming these people have come direct to the new site and entered their email address there.
I'm worried that people who have been able to follow the old site somehow don't end up receiving new posts generated from the new site.
If anyone could shed any light on this for me, I'd greatly appreciate it.
The blog I need help with is notesofnomads.com.