10 Wordpress Plugins to Make Your Blogging Life Better
Word press is one of the most popular content management platforms today. It is easy to use and can be
customized to accommodate just about any purpose.
If you are building the next hottest website, here is a list of the 10 best wordpress plugins currently in the
market that you should consider.
Gravity Forms: If you use forms on your website for user
registration and the like, this is arguably the best candidate available. It also enables you to upload media
files and makes posting a short breeze.
Later: As the name probably suggests, its main strength is the email functionality.
You can send automatic messages to every new registered user on your site thanking them for joining your community.
You can even use it to remind your clients of new additions to your web site.
SEO Smart Links: This installation helps you build
connections from your posts and articles to other web resources. Connections are a very useful strategy as they
improve your search engine ranking. Consider this option as part of your SEO strategies.
Feedburner Circulation: This theme will display the
number of subscribers in your blog, usually somewhere at the top right of the page. New users can then be
persuaded to join your community with over '10,000 users' and quickly sign in.
W3 total cache: If your
visitors complain that your site loads slowly, you should consider installing this theme. It will cache your web
pages making the pages load much faster.
Google Analytics for WordPress: If you want to know what your web visitors
are up to, you should consider this option. It has features that will even report how authors are popular on the
internet and analyses those 'Web Page Not Available' browser errors.
PageMash: In the Wordpress
world, if you want to move pages, the only way would be to give every page a menu order. This is quite tedious and
time consuming. Thankfully, somebody has come up with a plug-in that reduces the job to a mere drag-and-drop
Redirection: This is another handly toolkit found in
current websites. It makes redirects a whole lot easier and it’s just simple and easy to install.
WP-DBManager: Want to connect to your database system and
run some select statement? This is probably the only plug-in that understands SQL language. You can even back up
and export a list of members on your site. Quite a big plus if you would ask me.
VaultPress: With the growing number of crafty internet
crackers, security has become a List A concern for every website owner. Vaultpress monitors every activity on
your site and even fixes problems while you are online. You should also download and fix this theme if you sell
merchandise on your site.
With over 20 million downloads since it was introduced to the market, Wordpress has become a must-have tool in
the arsenal of every serious web site. Any of the themes mentioned in this list of 10 best wordpress plugins is
worth considering in any serious website that manages user information.
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