Do you want a plugin that can perform tasks of 9-10 different plugins?
Fortunately, your dream comes true there because there is one plugin that does this for you and the name of that plugin is Jetpack.
It is one of the best tool for any beginners to use, even I’m using this plugin for a year and I’m happy with it.
Jetpack is the most widely used plugin for backup, anti-spam, malware scan, CDN, AMP, Social, etc; which makes this plugin super important for beginner bloggers who start a blog.
As it can perform the tasks of more than 9-10 plugins in one, it is highly recommended by most of the bloggers (including me).
Jetpack is highly recommended by WordPress, Bluehost, Dreamhost, etc.
It has more than 5 Million installations and a rating of 4 star which is very niche and good.
Features of Jetpack Plugin
Jetpack is very easy to use plugins. It is easily accessible and you can perform any tasks with minimum of clicks.
But we first know what features jetpack is providing;
1. Security: Jetpack enhance your security level by providing you real-time backups, malware scanning, automatic block spam, downtime alert
2. Performance: Jetpack provides you WordPress CDN so that you can boost your website speed.
3. Automation: Jetpack provides you an automation where your posts will be directly publish to your Facebook page, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn automatically just after you publish your post.
4. Analytics: Jetpack provides you to monitor websites traffic along with search engine traffic just you need to connect your different search consoles with your Jetpack.
These are some features that Jetpack provides. Moreover, some of their features are paid like Free CDN, some security features but the rest are absolutely free to access. Click here to view Jetpack’s more features.
How to set up Jepack plugin
Setting up the Jetpack plugin is very easy; just follow mine steps;
Step- 1 – First of all install Jetpack. Login to your WordPress Dashboard -> Drag the pointer to plugins and click on Add new -> A new page will appear search for the plugin ‘Jetpack’ -> Install and activate.
Step- 2 – Once you install and activate Jetpack you will be send to a page where you will be asked to create an account with Jetpack click on the button set up jetpack in Fig: 1 and create an account with Google.
After creating an account you need to select a plan of jetpack scroll down little bit you will find Jetpack Free in Fig: 1, click on start for free.
Step-3 – After creating an account and choosing a plan you will be redirect to Jetpack setting page.
The first setting you have to do is in security, turn on Downtime monitoring and protect.
Step-4 – In the performance settings, Turn on Enable site accelerator, Speed up image load times, Speed up static file load times, Enable Lazy Loading for images
Step- 5 – In writing setting, Turn off all the features if present, and move to the sharing setting
Step- 6 – In sharing setting, Turn on Automatically share your posts to social networks and Add sharing buttons to your posts and pages in Fig: 1. For automatically share your posts to social networks click on Connect your social media accounts
After clicking on Connect your social media accounts connect all the social sharing accounts with Jetpack. Connect Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn as per your choice.
Step-7 – In discussion setting, Turn on Let visitors use a WordPress.com, Twitter, Facebook, or Google account to comment and kept all the setting as it is.
Step-8 – In the Traffic setting, Just Turn on Show-related content after posts, Highlight related content with a heading, Show a thumbnail image where available.
So we have completed all the steps and we have successfully set up Jetpack.
Jetpack is one of the best plugin for automation, security, and performance.
I’m using this tool for more than a year and I’m happy to use that, in the course of a year Jetpack increased my efficiency by automation and security.
In this blog, I have explained in detail Jetpack features and a set up it’s plugin in a very easy manner without any issue.
I hope you have loved the setup of Jetpack and I’m waiting for your comments regarding this setup procedure.
Thanks for the image: Jetpack.com
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