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Free Domain Privacy Protection

Every domain registered through WordPress.com includes privacy protection at no extra charge.

Andrija Vučinić
Andrija Vučinić
March 6, 2019

The Day We Fight Back: Protest NSA Surveillance on Your Blog

Want to take a stand against NSA surveillance and show your support for privacy? Here’s how you can enable the “Stop NSA Surveillance” banner on your WordPress.com site.

Paul Sieminski
Paul Sieminski
February 11, 2014

Watch your traffic grow with Sparklines

We have two quick announcements about new Stats features. The first one affects everyone with a WordPress.com blog. The second is just for those who have marked their blogs Private. The WordPress.com Admin Bar (visible at the top of your screen if you are logged into WordPress.com) now shows a tiny stats chart called a […]

Andy Skelton
Andy Skelton
August 18, 2011

Unlimited Users on Private Blogs

This upgrade will be of use to those of you creating a community around your private blog. It removes the 35 user limit on private blogs so you can invite as many people as you like. The free limit of 35 users will be enough for most people but if you’re building a private site […]

Donncha
Donncha
October 27, 2006

Have More Friends

When we first launched the private blog feature we limited it to 5 folks per blog while we could work out the details and the bugs. A lot of people let us know they wanted more, and many said they’d pay for a few more users on their blog. Well, now we’ve decided to make […]

Matt
Matt
September 28, 2006

Private Blogs

For a while now we’ve enabled privacy options for your blog because we understand that not everyone wants everything out there. Tonight, we’ve decided to take that a step further. If you go to your Dashboard, click Options and then Privacy, you will see a new set of options. You used to just be able […]

Matt
Matt
August 4, 2006

A Little Privacy

Last night we rolled out the first pass at our basic privacy functions. There is now a checkbox on your General Options page that says “I would like my blog to appear in search engines like Google and Technorati, and in public listings around WordPress.com.” If you uncheck this, you will put your blog into […]

Matt
Matt
January 29, 2006