Apr. 25th, 2009

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[personal profile] katfusion
Ok, I've never used Google Analytics before, but I just set up an account so I could track my DW. But I'm not sure what to put in the Google Analytics ID field on the account settings page.

Do you put your Analytics account ID, your account name, or the email address you sign in with?
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I have a question about the import, mostly to clarify, since it's already a done deal for me. I imported my LJ after having cross-posted for a couple weeks, and the import duplicated the cross-posted entries. This is not a problem, I didn't post that much, but it's an argument for not waiting too long to import. :D

My question is: I did all my cross-posting through Semagic, not the DW cross-post option. Would it have made any difference if I had used the DW option, do you guys know? If not, are there plans for that in the future--for the importer to know a post was cross-posted, and A.) not duplicate it, and B.) add in the comments from the other post (I suspect that's the hard part)?

And now I'm not at all sure if this is the right comm for this question. *crosses fingers*


Apr. 25th, 2009 04:06 pm
wembley: Revamped version of my very first LJ icon. It's of Wembley Fraggle. (gay empire)
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On LJ, I've always had a Basic account and therefore couldn't add feeds, so I'm not sure if this is an issue with DW (less likely but possible) or an issue with me not understanding what the heck I'm doing re: feeds (highly likely).

Basically, I'd love to read my friend's awesome blog, Monster On A Rope (highly recommended if you like reviews of cool music and weird movies, plus good writing in general) on my reading page.

So, I tried to add her as a feed.

First, I added this URL: http://atariflashback.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss

And named the feed "monsteronarope." Nothing appeared on my reading page when I selected "Feeds."

I tried it again with this URL: http://atariflashback.blogspot.com/rss.xml

And named it "monsteronarope2." Nothing.

Again, with just: http://atariflashback.blogspot.com

Named it "monsteronarope3," but when I clicked, it just led me back to modify my subscription to the original "monsteronarope_feed" that I'd made.

So, now I've created these three useless things and still can't see her blog. Because I'm an idiot. Help? (Does she have to syndicate herself somehow before I'm able to see her feed? I remember having to jump through some kind of hoop with Blogger to syndicate my blog. But when I type those feed URLs, I see the feed-y lookin' version of her blog. So... um... ?)


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