Bringing stats from to

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    I wonder how it is possible to bring my stats from when I export the blog to self-hosted

    The same for my e-mail followers, how can I bring them with me or is this included in re-direct.

    The blog I need help with is



    Provided you have installed and activated the JetPack plugin on your install, and you post the relevant URL(s) into a forum thread, Staff will do the transfer of both subscribers and stats for you. Do that now please as I have tagged this thread for their attention.


    HI and thanks,

    I donĀ“t understand everything you say, I have activated the JetPack plugin on my install. Which URL are you reffering to?



    What is the URL of the install?


    =) ok,

    Thanks once more



    You’re welcome and once again be patient while waiting.



    Just to clarify, which of your blogs are you looking to transfer from? I think I can guess, but when someone has multiple blogs, I like to have clarification just to be sure.



    Its the following blog /logicaecologica/
    And thanks for helping out



    The subscribers and stats have been moved as requested. Please let us know if you need any further assistance!


    Hi kardotim.

    Thanks, I can now see that you have transfered the stats and some followers, the thing is that I had on my .com blog more than 11 000 e-mail followers and now after the transfer I can see that it is only 1284.
    Will the rest be transfered later on or is it something wrong ?



    These are the numbers that have been transferred. Subscribers: 337
    EMail Subscribers: 881

    The followers you had listed in your Follow Blog Widget included the followers of your Twitter and Facebook profile.

    Twitter and Facebook followers aren’t part of the transfer. These followers are attached to your Twitter/Facebook profile.

    On a self-hosted site you can display your Facebook followers using the FB Like Box that’s already in Jetpack, and Twitter followers using:

    Please let us know if you need any further assistance!

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