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I run a blog on Blogger with the Google Plus sharing enabled. According to Google, I should be able to see who is recommending my posts on G+.

When I click the +X link in the admin panel, the older posts have this:

plus one

With the G+ profiles linked and the users' names and avatars visible.

However, my newer posts have the popup like this:

plus two

I get a popup telling me how many people have +1'ed my post but no idea who those people are. Why can't I see who is +1-ing my posts?

Addendum notes:

  • Per that help page I linked earlier, clicking +1 cannot be done if one does not have a G+ profile.
  • I'm using IE 10.0.5 all updates installed.
  • I've connected my G+ to my blog.
  • I double-checked in Chrome 27.0.1453.94 m and the same things happened.
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I have the same issue. Was your blog grandfathered in from the time before Blogger was bought by Google? – jerseyboy Jun 28 '13 at 10:28
    
@jerseyboy I....don't think so? My blog is only 4 years old or so. – user41983 Jul 11 '13 at 2:10

I know that Blogger announced this feature, but I don't think it's ever worked. It may be something to do with the idea of privacy - should you really see details of people who you have no connection to besides the fact that they +1'd your post.

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