WordPress vs JetPack

I’m still confused about switching, as I’ve been advised to do by JP. I’m hoping some of you might have some thoughts about it. My main dilemma is what to do about WP, delete the app and cancel my subscription?Y

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Retired in 2013 after 5 years as an elementary school teacher and 40 years as a sales representative to begin anew as a school crossing guard. SMy essays/stories are a way to communicate through the telling of personal experiences. One reader said about my blog stories, "...these are like a cold sip during a marathon run, simple, real life events". Another offered about my blog, “it brings some sense of normalcy not easily found in the modern world.”

13 thoughts on “WordPress vs JetPack”

    1. Y’know, I hadn’t thought about the two devices since I do everything on the phone. Keeping WP on my laptop makes sense. I do all my writing on the iPhone and I agree about JP being pretty good. Thanks, Pete.

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    1. I think I was born with the phone attached. My problem is that I can’t sit down at my desk long enough to write. I think of stuff on the run and take out the phone. Terrible habit. Right now, the dog is waiting to start our walk. I think she’s getting upset. Sounds like a story theme…😉

      Have a great day, Liz!

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  1. Hi Steve, I am using JP on my phone and, now that I’ve worked out it’s quirks, it is working well for me. I use WP much more as I only respond to comments from my phone. I find JP annoying in the reader as every time a new post is published it takes me back to the start of the list.


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