I didn’t receive my annual blogging report
The blog I need help with is themeparkatitsdarkest.com.
Sorry you didn’t get an annual report! I’m asking our developers to have a look and see if we can have one generated for you – I’ll keep you posted.
The reason you didn’t get an annual report was because you registered your site quite late in the year, but I’ve generated one manually for you, and you can see it here:
Thank you so much, Kathryn. As I changed my site name towrd the end of the year, my info would be divided between ‘Theme Park’ and ‘Jarrod Boyle’s blog’.
Would it be possible for me to get a report for ‘Jarrod Boyle’s Blog’ also, please?
Thanks again and happy new year!
My pleasure. Would you be able to provide the address for Jarrod Boyle’s Blog?
Here you go:
Hi Jarrod, I’m sorry you didn’t get the information you wanted. I’m going to investigate and see whether it’s possible to get a second annual report for you, for the original domain.
Hi there – we were able to generate a second annual report for jarrodboyle.com. Unfortunately it’s not possible to combine the two. Here it is:
I’m sorry that the redirect on your site caused confusion with your inquiry. Please accept our apologies.
No probs. Thanks for your trouble.
Just tried to look at it – it refused me! It says, ‘Sorry, this is only available for users of this site’.
Sorry you’re not able to access the site – I’m looking into this and will keep you posted here.
Could you please try this link while logged into the account?
Let me know if you can see it now. Thanks!
Thanks a lot, Kathryn. We got there in the end!
Yay! Enjoy the report. :-)
Out of curiosity, how many visitors per year makes for a busy blog?
Depends on your definition of “busy”! :-) Everything is relative.
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