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How do I change my "Posting Goal"?

  1. When I first started my blog I wasn't sure if I was going to use it very much, so I set the posting goal to one post a week. But I enjoy this more than I ever thought I would and I post at least four times a week, and just posted my 53rd post last night, so I'm wanting to raise my posting goal. I know it's not really important and doesn't really effect my account, but I thought it'd be fun to make it a high number like 10 and challenge myself a bit. I was hoping to not have to resort to asking someone because I found it on my own before, so I feel a little embarrassed to have to ask. . .

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

  2. joshuatenpenny
    Member

    Oddly, it is a WordPress.com account setting, not a setting for an individual blog, and your only options are "once a week", "once a month", or "no goal".

    To change the goal, from your Dashboard go to the WordPress logo in the far upper left corner, and choose "Settings". This is the page: https://wordpress.com/settings/account/

    More info: http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2014/01/01/blogging-goals/

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