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  • KMarr
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    Hello, any pros/cons of using JetPack with WooCommerce? The person who set up my WP page said I shouldn’t use JetPack because it caused problems, slowdowns, and was redundant because WP-engine does a lot of what JetPack does. But WooCommerce seems to really be pushing to install JetPack.

    Allwane
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    Jetpack allows you to take advantage of more free functionality from WooCommerce, like WooCommerce Shipping (shipping rates and labels) and WooCommerce Taxes (automated tax rates). Jetpack has a bad reputation for including too much functionality in one plugin, but it’s a TON better than it used to be and offers speed optimization tools, security tools, and more. And you can turn off any functionality you’re already getting elsewhere.

    DBurk
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    I like Jetpack. For $39 a year you get a lot of security, lazy loading, CDN image management, daily backups, Akismet anti-spam, and more. I have it running on 5 sites and find it very stable. It doesn’t slow your site down. Things like embedded YouTube videos do, because the video is loaded before the page loads. It gets a bad rap for pages that have way too much code in the header, etc. I think it does what it’s supposed to do just fine. Plus the support is really strong. I get replies to emails in 30-60 minutes on average from tech support.

    shane_x
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    I’ve had issues with it on high traffic sites, but for lower traffic sites, it’s fine.

    Steve_HH
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    It made my review stars on the products page turn into question marks. I got it because I wanted to use WooCommerce mobile.

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