Tracking site stats with Automattic Stats

I installed Automattic Stats last night. It seems to work just fine. Upload, activate, enter your WordPress.com API key, and you’re done!

What’s odd about it is that I don’t see the smiley its supposed to place at the bottom of each page. It works, so I’m not complaining!

Update 4:26pm 5/7/07: Duh! If you’re logged in, it’s not going to track you!

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

4 thoughts on “Tracking site stats with Automattic Stats”

  1. That’s so weird. In Firefox, it’s not showing up for me. “RSS Entries and RSS Comments” in the footer is the lowest the screen goes.

    On the other hand, IE 6 displays it just fine.

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  2. Well, if I was programming it, I would make it so that the admin isnt tracked. In fact, now that i think about it, i’ll bet ya money thats what it is 😉 Haha… log out of your wordpress really quick and then look at it.

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