Jetpack

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  • #1098079

    Is it possible to use the jetpack plugin on wordpress.com blogs?

    One of my competitors crystallizedconsoles.wordpress.com source code has jetpack open graph tags in his source code so would indicate its possible

    I need to specify my meta description and title as part of a seo competition

    many thanks

    The blog I need help with is thecrystallizedconsoles.wordpress.com.

    #1098208

    timethief
    Member

    No. The Jetpack plugin was created to appease WordPress.ORG users who were peeved because we WordPress.com bloggers had features that were not available to them. To please them WordPress developers created the Jetpack plugin to create parity between users. Moreover, it has sweet nothing all to do with access to metadata. We cannot access metadata on free hosted WordPress.com blog.

    I need to specify my meta description and title as part of a seo competition

    When it comes to SEO gaming here at WordPress.com take a deep breath and hire a web host now, so you can set up a self hosted WordPress.com install as that activity here is not allowed and will get your blog suspended.

    SEO blogs: Blogs that are written for search engines instead of humans. These blogs are dedicated to trying to fool Google and other search engines into ranking them or the sites they link to highly. WordPress.com is not meant for this type of activity. http://en.wordpress.com/types-of-blogs/

    #1098209

    Thanks for the reply, however as I mentioned, looking at the source of crystallizedconsoles.wordpress.com how does he have jetpack open graph code there?

    the blog is intended for users but also want it optimized for search engines such as google to enabe it to be found – a blog with great content is useless unless it is found and used

    #1098381

    zandyring
    Staff

    It is not possible to use Jetpack with a WordPress.com site. However, since Jetpack is created for WordPress.org and that code is eventually rolled into WordPress.com, you can see that we’ve already absorbed what is applicable from Jetpack into WordPress.com.

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