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How easy is it to tell when someone visits your page? Like say for example I visit someone's blog and I am logged into my wordpress blog? Would they be able to see that I looked and be able to somehow click through to my blog? Even if I didn't leave a comment?
The reason I ask is that I was looking at facebook tonight and found Dh's ex-gf. So then I googled and found her blog (work related not personal) but I was logged into my wordpress blog. So now I'm worried that somehow she might find mine? Is that possible? I don't let anyone IRL know about my blog.
Anyway, I am going through and making any posts with pictures of me private for now.
hubby says there is a tracker/counter program you can use (he uses it) that tracks people, but you have to add it to your page - hubby says without that add on (he uses blogcontrol.com) then there is no way she could tell if you were there...Im assuming shes on blogger.com?
__________________ Momma to Ian (8), Morgan (7) and Isabella (4) & Happily expecting Ryker Benjamin to come on October 10th, 2014!
Ya shed have to have the added program/script to be able to track you. I don't even know if it would record your blog unless you came to her blog through a link on yours. If you look at angelas private birth blog on the side bar she has a tracker.
Hmm, it is a wordpress blog (which mine is too). I didn't see any sort of tracker thing, I just noticed that it showed me as logged in (since it was another wordpress blog) and it made me paranoid! I've seen the trackers on others' blogs, but I didn't know if there was a way to do it without that one on display. I know on my blog I can look at where people came from (like what page they came from) but not who they are.
Thanks for the help, I'll probably put my entries back on public in a few days.