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  1. Aaron Hockley

    While only two of the modules are paid subscription services, there’s something else of value being provided to Automattic by Jetpack users: data about their sites.

    Has anyone analyzed what various bits of information are provided to Automattic by Jetpack users? I couldn’t find anything on the Jetpack site (or in Automattic’s privacy policy) that outlines what info is shared.

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  2. Brad Dalton

    Jetpack support is “A’ grade.

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  3. Vishwajeet Kumar

    Jetpack is a wonderful and empowers your WordPress blog with some Good features. Jetpack fulfill my most plugins need and provide me centralized controlling option. I really like it.

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  4. Ronald Huereca

    Jetpack is one of those plugins that clients only appreciate when it’s not there (for example, a dreaded .com disconnect).

    I used Jetpack on a client site to provide stats, related posts, and the twitter widget. Boy did we hear about it when somehow Jetpack lost its connection to .com.

    I know lots of devs hate Jetpack, but I’m not one of them having seen directly clients reactions to the extra functionality, whether they realize it’s from Jetpack or not.

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  5. Nil

    Each website I own / develop has jetpack installed. Very handy plugin

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