Transfer email subscribers to self-hosted wordpress

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  • #1522278

    ledgeend
    Member

    I have a list of email subscribers that I’d like transferred from http://ledgeendacres.wordpress.com to http://www.ledgeendacres.com . I have Jetpack installed and enabled on the blog page, and have posted a notification on the old page.

    Could I please have the proper transfer done so my subscribers now see my self-hosted page updates?

    Thank you

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

    #1522363

    timethief
    Member

    Provided you have installed and activated the JetPack plugin http://jetpack.me on your WordPress.org install, and you post the relevant URL(s) into a forum thread, Staff will do the transfer of both subscribers and stats for you. http://en.support.wordpress.com/moving-a-blog/moving-your-subscribers/#wordpress-com-to-self-hosted-site I have tagged this thread for their attention.

    #1522382

    ledgeend
    Member

    Thank you very much!

    #1522384

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome and all you need now is patience.

    #1522480

    ledgeend
    Member

    Any idea how long this takes to complete? I don’t think it has gone through yet…

    #1522509

    eurello
    Staff

    Hi @ledgeend – I’ve moved them for you now. :)

    #1522510

    ledgeend
    Member

    Hi @eurello – thank you ! Is there any way to transfer the email only subscribers as well? I see there’s 26 subscribers on the wordpress hosted site, and only 8 on the self hosted.

    #1522518

    eurello
    Staff

    Hi there – It transfers all of them, but you had Facebook connected through publicize on your WordPress.com site, and so your 26 Facebook followers are included in that count. Jetpack doesn’t include the followers of social services you’ve connected through publicize in its count.

    #1522521

    ledgeend
    Member

    Oh! OK, that makes sense. Thank you so much for your help!

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