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Who’s behind Jetpack?
Who should install Jetpack?
Anyone who’s hosting their own WordPress-powered site and wants to take advantage of the awesome features that Jetpack provides.
(Do you blog on WordPress.com? Then you don’t need Jetpack! All this great stuff is already bundled into your site.)
What do I need to install Jetpack?
Only two things:
1. A self-hosted WordPress site running version 3.8 or later
2. A WordPress.com account
Jetpack installs just like any other plugin. Some hosting providers even auto-install Jetpack with WordPress, saving you the trouble.
Once you install Jetpack, you’ll be prompted to connect it to WordPress.com—since Jetpack’s features harness the power of the WordPress.com cloud, you need a way to link up with those resources. If you don’t have a WordPress.com account already, you’ll can create one during the connection process. Setup is an easy, 30-second process.
For more detail on Jetpack’s system requirements, check out our Jetpack Support page.
Is Jetpack Free?
Jetpack is and always will be free. Installation is free and doesn’t require you to enter any payment information. (Some individual Jetpack features may require payment in the future, but they’ll be the minority, and we’ll let you know about them well in advance.)
I already use a plugin that is now part of Jetpack, like WordPress.com Stats. Should I keep using it?
As we upgrade each of our individual plugins to be a part of Jetpack, we’ll prompt you to switch over to the new, Jetpack-powered version. Don’t worry about upgrading, we’ll automatically take care of carefully switching over all of your settings and options so that it’s the smoothest experience possible. Once you’ve installed Jetpack, you can remove the older versions of those plugins.
Is this related to Mozilla’s Jetpack project?