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Blogger Stats, The Interstitial Warning, And Post Page Access

Last week, we observed a problem with Blogger Stats displays, which was traced to the involvement of the "Content Warning" Interstitial display. The problem was escalated to Blogger Support - who fixed the underlying problem, to some degree.

Now, we have reports which show that Stats is now displaying figures for "Traffic Sources" and for "Audiences" - but not for Posts. The details of the displays for the different time ranges - "Now", "Day", "Week", "Month", and "All time" are interesting - and noting the varying reports, from the different blog owners affected by the problem, is also interesting.

One of the more obvious observations comes from the nature of what has been fixed, to date.
I see counts for Audience, and for Traffic Sources - but my Posts display still shows
No stats yet, check back later.
This is because the Content Warning interstitial display has apparently been corrected to allow main page access to generate statistics, but the individual posts pages are yet to be corrected.

Since the main page and the posts pages are different portions of our blogs, we still still see some blog owners report
Posts
No stats yet, check back later.

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Comments

Anonymous said…
Hope they fix this,I haven't been able to get information about my post stats for like a month now.
גורע said…
Still the problem persists. Does anyone know if and when it's going to be fixed?

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