How to add Feedjit, Live Traffic Feed to WordPress sidebar or a website.
Sometimes, we want to know how our website’s traffic or where our web visitors are from. Watch how you will want to add free live traffic feed from Feedjit in your wordpress pages!
Actually this video is updated due to feedjit’s changes. Copy the code and paste it into our text widget.
I personally don’t like having this widget in my blog, but i notice lots of people use it in their sites, so I thought i will share how i did it.
Note: This tip will not work if you use free wordpress.com blog. It only will work if you use a selfhosted wordpress blog. Thanks for my commenters who notify this matter, so that i could check in wordpress.com myself.
Code to paste in your text widget:
Don’t forget to click “save”.
I had a problem adding the feedjit widget in wordpress. I did exactly as your video said. but everytime i go to the text widget and copy paste the html for feedjit it clears when i click on save. so i dont know why it’s not allowing me to add feedjit.. 🙁 any suggestions or help on this issue?
Does it happen when you add another code, or just type “test” on text widget? I can’t say, what can cause it. Because i need to know if using another text widget will still work.
Waiting for your answer so i can help.
I do have the same problem as Anonymous, the text box is workng it is really wheI add code…
Thanks for your help !
Actually i just updated this post and adding feedjit without plugin, because i don’t want to use plugins.
It should be working well, because it did work for me too. But if that doesn’t work, you may want to use plugin for it.
This is my previous video adding feedjit using a plugin (i don’t recommend if you can add manually).
Same problem as Anonymous and Jeff, I paste the text but when saving it always disappears. Maybe my blog was migrated from Windows Spaces, and maybe it is forbidden to add code?
@Richie, thanks for this info, I have tried it in wordpress.com blog too, and it did not work. I guess it is forbidden there.
However i will update this post, that this tip is only for a selfhosted wordpress blog. Thanks guys! =D
Hi guys I have some good news for those who are using free wordpress.com blogs. There apparently is a way we can use feedjit. I did some googling on this subject.. and found the following response in a wordpress forum discussing the same issue. I have not tried it yet but will let u know once i do.. just thought I would share it so that others with the same issue could hopefully get it to work as well… happy blogging 🙂
As of right now we already have several hundred WordPress.com bloggers using it.
We hope you enjoy it!
FEEDJIT Founder & CEO
It Works… 🙂
Thanks a lot.
i just tested it, it works!!! eureka.. enjoy wordpress.com site users 🙂
Awesome!, glad that you guys in wordpress.com blog also can have feedjit.
Thanks Anonymous! =D
I can say that by looking over your website’s posts, remarks that there are many different ideas on the similar topic. To be honest it is refreshing to find fellow opinionated people, it is a good website, i like the simplicity of your content and i appreciate your words, which gave me very useful information.
Feedjit is great. It shows live traffic and even the city from where the traffic is coming by. I love it. thanks for the nice post.
I tried both ways, the provided link has the same issue when we save the code link it appears as blank box. 2nd i tried through website to get the code we got a zip file but unfortunately currently there is no plugin, so pls do update us.