Jetpack Review – Pt. 4

Engage Your Visitors


It may take a lot of work to garner traffic, with the ubiquity of blogging these days. Having an opt-in subscription form can often times help you target more interested visitors. Keeping in touch is as easy as embedding a subscription form into your posts, pages and sidebars with no coding involved. Jetpack will send an email to your subscribers with post content, media and links to the post on your site.

Comment Form for WordPress Sites

Comments are a great way to let your users get involved, but the standard WordPress comment section can leave a bit to be desired. Jetpack allows you to replace the standard section with an enhanced comment section that offers social media logins, comment ‘like’ buttons, and email notifications so users can keep up with the discussion.

Contact Forms

Effortlessly add a contact form to your site without any coding. You can add, edit, and reorder contact form fields using a drag and drop editor. You can specify an email address for all responses to be forwarded to, view the responses from your WordPress Dashboard, submit all responses through a spam filtering service, and add as many unique contact forms as you desire.

Wrap Up

Great content should be talked about, Jetpack does a lot to allow you to receive feedback from your readers. If you enjoyed this review of Jetpack, perhaps checkout another great Automattic product, WooCommerce.

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