WordPress.com Counter Instructions

These are the instructions for adding a Site Meter web counter and tracker to your WordPress blog hosted at WordPress.com.

If your blog is hosted on your own server and not at WordPress.com, there are different instructions you’ll need to follow.

  1. Login to your account on WordPress.com
  2. Select “My Dashboard”.
  3. Select “Blogroll”.
  4. Select “Add Link”.
  5. Copy this text to the clipboard.
    (Select the text and press the CTRL key and the letter C at the same time.)
  6. Paste it into the Address field for the link.
    (Click in the field and then press the CTRL key and the letter V at the same time.)
  7. Enter “Site Meter” for the Name.
  8. Copy this text to the clipboard.
    (Select the text and press the CTRL key and the letter C at the same time.)
  9. Paste it into the Image Address field for the link. It is located in the “Advanced” section.
    (Click in the field and then press the CTRL key and the letter V at the same time.)
  10. Select a Category for the link.
  11. Select the “Add Link” button.
  12. Select “View Site”.
    Site Meter should be visible on your blog’s pages within a few minutes. If it didn’t show up, make sure the category you selected has the “Show Images” option checked.

Unfortunately, WordPress.com does not allow you to add the javascript version of Site Meter to your pages. That means you won’t be able to track the original URL from which your visitors came before linking to your site. Other things that Site Meter won’t be able to track about your visitors include timezones, keywords, search engines used, screen resolution, screen depth or javascript version.

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