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  • Hello – I recently moved my blog from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. When I was on the .com site, I had some readers that followed my blog. Now, that I am on the .org site, I don’t know where they are at. They are not email subscribers at this time. Also, when I posted my blog on the .com site, it would come one the “reader,” where the other blogs are. Where does the blog go, besides my social media channels, once I post it on the .org site? Thank you kindly for your advice.

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  • Moderator Steve Stern

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    Support Team Volunteer

    Your former Reader readers can manually add you to their reader accounts, but wordpress.com’s reader does not do discovery of blogs that are not hosted on wordpress.com.

    You can use JavaScript or plugins to redirect your readers from .com to .org.

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