Collection of Must Have Top WordPress Plugins
So today, I installed a plethora of Word Press plug-ins — After going through pages and pages to determine the ones I would like. Now, you may have been wondering what they are…
This is one the best spam blockers for Word Press. It filters out all that useless advertisement comments, we all hate!
Helps you dominate the world! – Well almost, this helps you optimize your Word Press posts, pages, etc. to bring up a higher ranking in search engines.
A great way for your readers to contact you. This contact form has a CAPTCHA with the feature of using reCAPTCHA. A must have for anybody who would like a way for somebody to contact you without disclosing your e-mail.
This helps me execute code in my sidebar. I am currently using it to display the MyBlogLog widget as you can see on the side. This also allows you to execute html too.
A modified version from FeedBurner of the original FeedSmith plug-in. This allows you to override your current Word Press feed to your FeedBurner feed.
I recently signed up for Google Analytics, but I didn’t want to insert code manually into my theme every time I change it. So this solves the problem, it automatically inserts your Google Analytics code into your blog. Google Analytics for Word Press also has other features like link tracking.
Google XML Sitemaps is a great way of keeping up with search engines. All your posts and pages are updated to the XML sitemap and submitted to search engines.
Another plug-in that overrides. This however, overrides Word Press search to Lijit Search, an easy way for Lijit Search to appear on your blog without any modifications.
This plug-in is being used in my tabbed sidebar widget. It shows the most popular posts/pages of your blog. A great way to recommend your visitors what to read on your site.
One of the best plug-ins to display social network bookmarks. This has an easy to use drag-and-drop interface to configure what social network bookmarks to display in your blog.
If you are a “twitterholic”, this is the plug-in for you. It shows the latest posts from your twitter RSS feed to your sidebar widget
The navigation button in my template, a great way to navigate! It creates a cleaner interface than the next post, and previous post.
I have handpicked these plug-ins one by one. This probably has saved you some time from going through all those plug-ins!If You Enjoyed This Post:
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