Devin Price shares how you can track Jetpack shares in Google Analytics.
Beka Rice and I cover the week in WordPress news with a short format (~15 minute) podcast. This week we talk about Mesh (an upcoming app by Automattic), 4.3 and 4.4 release leads, April Fools’, and Array’s year in review.
Welcome to the sixth “Week in Review” on Post Status, where I hope to offer up some of the things you may have missed in the last week or so. Unfortunately, I haven’t posted since the last week in review. Trust me, that’ll change this week. There are already a lot of posts lined up for…
Alex Denning writes about Jetpack modules that you might have missed. As Alex points out in the post and in this comment on Twitter that the “role Jetpack plays in reducing abandonment rates from new installs” is notable.
While Jetpack and its Photon service are useful, it is not a solution fit for everyone, and may users and developers have reservations about integrating with the WordPress.com infrastructure. Will Norris takes the open source approach and has rolled his own self-hosted version of Photon, available on GitHub.
Jetpack and WordPress.com can publish to Telegram. The ultimate gitignore for WordPress projects.
Google launched AMP in a pretty big way. The video steals a line from Donald Trump by saying, “We want to make the web great again. It’s really as simple as that.” It’s actually a nice video despite that line, and Automattic’s Paul Maiorana plays a starring role: https://youtu.be/WrpkFROqR0Q Much has been shared about what…