I thought I wouldn’t be able to merge this blog with my new blog. I mean, when it comes to tweaking and configuring wordpress, I am still a beginner. I’m still learning and gladly I still have the chance to learn and expand my vantage point. Happily, one of my friend and her heymissadventures told me about using wordpress Jetpack plugin. I already saw this plugin when I was frantically searching for a “Like” button for my page. It was not that enticing for me, seeing that there were other offers in the plugin. I skipped it and got a plugin that will count the likes of post but based on social networking site such as Facebook, Twitter, Google + and the like.
It was okay. And I was also searching for a follow/subscribe plugin and I found some useful plugin– but for bloggers like me who started it out with wordpress, I definitely would prefer the like and follow button from wordpress and all the additional things that wordpress can offer. I thought that those convenient tools will not be accessible for a beginner like me– so I thought.
Yesterday, I visited my friend’s blog and was surprised when I saw the wordpress like button. I was really amazed and contacted her through skype and asked about it. And she told me that it was really Jetpack. I was excited to go home yesterday, though I went home at around one in the morning due to a project, it didn’t hinder me from downloading and activating and configuring the jetpack plugin.
I was really happy at that time. The other stuff that the Jetpack plugin has where the things that I was looking for: from the like button, the stat reader up to the follow button. And I guess now, I am really happy and somewhat contented with my blog.