Edited to add: I chose to remove the visible stat meters on the blog. I still have the private one that automatically is installed in the wordpress template, but it gives so little info i tend not to look at it very often, so all in all i think this is a fairly healthy decision to make 🙂
t’s when bloggers blog about their Stats.
So I feel a right tool mentioning my stats now, but I’ve had a real problem with my statcounter ever since I changed my blog template.
For example, my private WordPress Stats that are not available for public viewing, tell me that so far today I’ve had the following amount of visitors
But the public Statmeters at the bottom of the page with external codes are not properly recording visits and in fact they havent been recorded accurately ever since the template change.
I took the following picture of the days stat recording at the same time as the ‘accurate’ one pictured above….
..but as you can see, there is quite a significant difference between them.
Anyone know how to rectify this problem, or have you maybe experienced similar problems after changing templates on WordPress?
I really don’t want to change back to the old template again so maybe I should bite the bullet and have no visible sign on the blog of how many visits my blog gets each day?
Maybe that wouldn’t be such a bad thing anyway.
A bit of blog humility.
I can still read the private WordPress Stats in my dashboard area afterall.