Year-in-Review Stats Monkey Page?

Where,  oh where, are you tonight?
Why did you leave me here all alone?
I searched the world over,
And thought I found true love.
You met another and
Phht! you were gone.

I recently saw a post by one of my friends that had a Year-In-Review report for his pages.  I thought it was really neat, so I sent him a question asking how to get one of those reports for my page.  Being the librarian researcher I am I just couldn’t wait for his reply. I searched the WordPress site over and took a couple hours, okay make that about 20 minutes and this is what I found.  The same question was asked by two different people.  The answer to one was:  “Like last year only some members received annual reports for only some of their blogs.”  On the other, I found out that the report can be manually generated by WordPress.  What a bummer, I think WordPress needs to revamp the site a little and add a link in their features section so we can create or generate our own Year-in-Review Stats reports if we want one for our page.  That way they don’t have to pick and choose which pages get the report and which ones don’t.

I realize that my blog is small and still getting off the ground and probably won’t qualify for one of these reports for a long time.  But I love looking at the stats that are provided in the stats tab.  I like knowing that my blog has been read (or viewed) world wide.  So far it has been seen in 30 different countries since February 2012.  Being a librarian, I love sharing numbers and information.  I really liked the Year-In-Review presentation that was created on my friends page and would like the option of creating one myself.

Maybe someone at WordPress will read this post and like my suggestion.


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