Blog Demographics uses 3rd-party-services (Facebook, MyBlogLog and BlogCatalog) to access the identity of your viewers and commentators.
In order to work at all, you need at least one account at such a service.
Blog Demographics retrieves a list of recent visitors from those accounts. If the visitor didn’t specify an age or gender Blog Demographics tries to access associated accounts like Facebook or YouTube to get those informations. Facebook is also used to retrieve gender and age of your commentators.
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- I don’t see any data
Two possible reasons:
1. You don’t have any visitors using one of the 3rd-party-services. Or Blog Demographics couldn’t find the gender and age for them. Please log in those services and check if you’ve had any visitors. If you have, recheck if you’ve entered the right data in the settings-page!
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- The number of male and female visitors don’t add up in the age groups
Not everyone who specifies their age specifies their gender, too.
- Why are all visitors using Facebook/MyBlogLog/BlogCatalog?
They aren’t all using this service. The scale of the service-chart is stretched to make it easier to see the services that aren’t used as much.
Look at the bottom of the chart to see the scale.
- Added possibility to see age groups by gender
- Added services-chart, selectable by gender
- Added check of commentators on Facebook
- Added cookie-file creation and permission checking
- Fixed problem getting data from Facebook
- Changed settings-page layout
- Changed cURL usage to class-http.php usage. Still requires cURL for cookie handling, though
- Added full BlogCatalog support
- Added AppId-validation for MyBlogLog
- Fixed never-ending loading of the demographics-page
- Changed Snoopy-dependency to http.php-dependency
- First public version.