In order to have a clean blog on my domain, recently I reinstalled wordpress:
1 – created a new database
2 – moved files from localhost to server
3 – installed Jetpack
When I installed Jetpack and activated it, because it was a new installation with a different database, Jetpack created a new entry with a different token in wordpress.com account.
I updated the records in wp_options in order to link the actual installation to the old entry and to keep stats’ history. Anyway, actually, in WordPress.com I find two instance of the same website. One pointing to the complete data (the correct one actually linked to the website) and the other created during the Jetpack Installation.
I’d like to remove the recent but I can’t find any option to do this. This duplication, indeed, gives some problems with wordpress.com features such as “reblog”.
Have you experienced somenthing like that? How did you resolved it?