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Likes and People who follow me to be shown on screen

  1. urbanindianwoman

    I do not see the likes at the bottom of my posts. The 'shares and like' is tickmarked in Screen options on my dashboard. Despite of that, there is no like button. I also do not see people who have liked my earlier posts on screen.

    I would like the 'like' option at the bottom of every post and also people who have liked the same to be exhibit on screen. I would also like people who follow my blog to be shown on my home screen.

    The blog I need help with is

  2. I click any post title and I see the "like" button at the end of your posts exactly where they are supposed to appear.

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  3. Go here >!/notifications/and scroll down to "likes"

    re: People who follow me
    See here!/my-stats/?blog_subscribers
    See also!/my-stats/?blog_subscribers&type=email

    Re: stats, likes and shares
    Our stats are not real time stats. The data is cached and takes hours to update. See here for more on stats >

    Likes and shares are misleading when you are talking about page view stats. Your followers and anyone with a blog who is logged into can "like" and "share" your posts in several locations such as in email and the Reader without ever clicking into your blog and creating a page view stat.

    You can control the length of the entry sent out on your RSS feed here > Settings > Reading and choose the "summary" setting for your RSS feed or the "full text". If you set it to summary then visitors have to click into the blog to read the full post.

  4. urbanindianwoman

    Thanks and sorry for writing so late.Will do all the above and get back to you.

    thanks again.

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