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I previously had created a blog using WordPress.com and made a decision to self-host the website. During the time I was on WordPress.com, I noticed some random users were able to like my posts, follow me and comment leading me to believe that my posts were published on the existing WordPress network (i.e. people were able to see it and find it.)
Upon transferring to self-hosting the website on my own, I no longer receive such random visits from people, which means I’ve lost visibility and no longer can connect and interact with random users on the WordPress.com network.
I understand that self-hosting my blog and having my own website means I will have to market the website myself, however I have linked the website to my wordpress.com account since I have created the website using wordpress.
My question is this: is there any way that my blog can show up again on the wordpress.com network? It is mainly because I have lost visibility from a very beneficial network.
The blog I need help with is digitallyepic.com
Thank you in advance to anyone who can help on this issue.
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