7 Essential Plugins For WordPress

WordPress accounts a share of hosting more than 25 per cent of the Top 10 Million Websites. It is an ideal choice for blogging by several bloggers and online writers. WordPress Plugins enhance a website or blog’s performance and also, assists in its management as well.

There are 40,000 plus plugins exclusively available for WordPress and hence, it makes a hard choice for the user to choose among the several plugins of the same genre.

The plugins featured here are both free and paid ones. They greatly help the website administrator to effectively manage the WordPress blog or a website in order to bring the most out this platform. With the honour of the highly used Content Management System (CMS) globally, WordPress has the potential of producing greater results on installing these plugins.From Yoast SEO to XML Sitemap, the list includes the key features and price for top 7 essential plugins

  1. WordPress SEO by Yoast
    The plugin that will improve your WordPress SEO, help you write better content and have a fully optimised WordPress website. First and foremost, it helps you write better content by making you choose a focus keyword and then making sure you use it everywhere. Other cool features include: snippet preview which shows a rendering of what your post or page will look like in search results, page analytics, meta & link elements, XML sitemaps, RSS, etc. The premium version costs $69 per single site and comes with premium support, the option to have multiple focus keyword and a redirect manager, so it’s worth the investment. All in all, this plugin makes sure that search engines love your site’s content.
  2. Jetpack by WordPress
    Jetpack is a plugin that will help you increase your traffic, view your stats, speed up your site and protect yourself from hackers. There’s a free, premium and professional option, each one coming with certain additional features. You need only choose the right one for your site. The best features include traffic growth and insight, security from hackers and unauthorized logins, image optimization, centralised WordPress Dashboard, custom CSS, contact forms and galleries.
  3. Disqus
    Free plugin that is a fully featured comment system complete with social network integration, advanced administration and moderation options, and other extensive community functions. Most importantly, by utilising Disqus, you are instantly plugging into our web-wide community network, connecting millions of global users to your website.
  4. WooCommerce
    Own an ecommerce site? Then you definitely need the WooCommerce plugin. It is a powerful, extendable plugin that helps you sell anything. It’s built in a way that gives both the store owners and developers complete control. It powers 30% of all online stores. You can sell anything, anywhere, ship wherever you like, choose among multiple payment getaways.
  5. Mailchimp
    MailChimp is a newsletter service that allows you to send out email campaigns to a list of email subscribers. It is free for lists up to 2000 subscribers. The Mailchimp plugin for WordPress, connects your WordPress site with your MailChimp account. It helps you subscribe your WordPress site visitors to your MailChimp lists with ease. You can create good looking and optioned forms or integrate with any other form on your site, like your comment, contact or checkout form.
  6. Akismet
    Akismet checks your website’s comments against the Akismet Web service to see if they look like spam or not. Major features include automatic checking of all comments and filtering out the ones that look like spam, each comment has a history the moderator can look through, and a discard feature. It’s a free plugin, but there is also an upgraded paid version. This plugin will save you precious time as you won’t need to filter your comments manually.
  7. XML Sitemap
    Automatically generates XML sitemaps for your site and notifies search engines when they’re updated. It also stores your cache sitemaps in the sitemaps folder. It simply creates a list of pages on a website that is accessible to all users. It tells search engines about all the pages that exist on their website. It also determines the number of blog, category and tag pages on your site.

For the full list of the Essential Plugins for WordPress,

You can read the article 25 Essential Plugins For WordPress at Blogger Khan

Good luck!

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