FreshySites — a leading US-based WordPress design agency — uses Jetpack for the 1,000+ sites they actively manage. And thanks to the ways Jetpack helps them improve operational efficiency and customer service, they do it with a single person instead of the multi-person team it would normally take.
Continue reading → How FreshySites Uses Jetpack to Protect 1,200 WordPress Sites
In August, developers’ lives got a lot easier when official WordPress images certified by Bitnami and Automattic became available on Amazon Web Services.
Now, you can also find official WordPress images on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP)! Automattic (the folks behind Jetpack, WordPress.com, WooCommerce, and more) partnered with Bitnami to provide a straightforward, secure way to use WordPress and Jetpack on GCP.
Continue reading → Get WordPress Bundles for the Google Cloud Platform Through Bitnami
Our Team Voyager Engineers live with one foot in the present and the other firmly planted in the future, analyzing how customers use Jetpack today so we can make an even more powerful product tomorrow. Some companies might call this job “New Product Development” but to us, that seems like an underwhelming description of what they do. They’re voyaging into the future (at jet speeds, of course!) to give our users what they want before they even know they want it.
Introducing Echo, a born and bred New Yorker and Voyager Engineer at Jetpack.
Continue reading → Meet Echo from Jetpack: A Voyager Shaping the Future
Jetpack 8.2 is now available for download, with three new blocks to help you promote your business or passion.
Here’s what’s new this month.
Continue reading → Jetpack 8.2: New Blocks to Help You Manage Your Business
As a business owner, you have an endless to-do list and managing your website probably falls to the bottom of the list. Dealing with clients, working with employees, creating marketing plans, managing inventory, and calling vendors seem more immediate than editing a blog post or updating a plugin.
But managing your website and keeping it updated play a critical role in the success of your business. What happens if you neglect it?
Continue reading → Jetpack and the WordPress App: Manage Your Site On the Go
Speed and reliability are undeniable priorities for any website: 47% of customers expect online stores to load in less than two seconds, and a one-second delay in load time reduces page views by 11%. This has a real impact on your business!
While there are a variety of ways to improve website speed, a content delivery network (CDN) should be one of your first considerations.
Continue reading → Why You Need a CDN for WordPress and How to Set One Up
At Jetpack, our Happiness Engineers are usually busy supporting our customers to ensure that they have everything they need for a successful website — but we interrupted one of them for an inside look at Jetpack and some valuable tips and tricks.
Meet Joen, a Jetpack Happiness Engineer who grew up in Viking territory but now works remotely under the sunshine and blue skies of southern Spain.
Continue reading → Meet Joen from Jetpack: A Connoisseur of Sunshine and WordPress
At Jetpack, our team members are usually busy tinkering under the hood to make sure everything is humming along and our customers are satisfied — but we interrupted one of them for an inside look at Jetpack and some valuable tips and tricks.
Continue reading → Meet Filipe from Jetpack: A Designer with a Passion for Discovery
Jetpack 8.1 is now available for download. Our first release of the new decade is a general maintenance release that fixes several bugs and improves compatibility between Jetpack, PHP 7.4, and the newest default WordPress theme, Twenty Twenty.
Here’s what’s new this month.
Continue reading → Jetpack 8.1: Ready for Twenty Twenty