Verify the correct domain name is registered in your site preferences
Clicky validates all traffic against the registered domain name (and any mirrors) you have entered. Any traffic that does not originate from these domains is discarded. Note: Sub-domains of the domain you have registered are automatically supported.
Does your site have a Referrer Policy header or <meta> tag?
That can break our domain validation process (see previous paragraph). The most restrictive setting
that you can use is "strict-origin-when-cross-origin" (or just "origin-when-cross-origin" if your site is not
HTTPS), which means the domain still gets passed through, but the path and query are removed.
If so, you need to add clicky.com and *.getclicky.com to the allowed domains, as well as enable 'unsafe-inline'.
Content-Security-Policy: script-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline' *.getclicky.com clicky.com
Double check that the code is installed on your production web site
Go to a page you would expect to be tracked, then "view source" to see the actual HTML, and search for 'getclicky' to verify the code and the correct site ID
is in there. If no results found, then that is likely the issue. If you are usding a tag manager however, you won't find any 'getclicky' results in your HTML. Instead, use your browser's network inspector and filter for 'getclicky' to verify there are matches that way.
Are you using a WordPress plugin?
Your theme likely does not have the "WP footer" hook that many plugins rely on to add code to your blog's footer automatically. Open your theme's "footer.php" file in the WP editor, and look for the following piece of code:
<?php wp_footer(); ?>
If you don't see this code, that is the problem. Copy that code and paste it into this file, directly before the </body> tag. Save it and you're done! While you're at it, please contact your theme's developer and scold them for leaving out a key piece of WordPress functionality from their theme.
99% of the time, one of these things is the cause of no traffic being logged, so please check them before sending in a support request!