10 top notch wordpress plugins that you must have
Often beginners get confused when trying to pick the best WordPress plugins amongst so many that are available. We frequently get questions like what is the best WordPress plugin for SEO, Social Media, Performance, etc.
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It’s easy to get started with WordPress since it’s packed with so many useful features right out of the box. However, there are still some essential plugins worth installing from the get-go to ensure that you and your visitors get the most from your website.
This page has a list of some of the best WordPress Plugins out there. Check out this list of top WordPress plugins and find out which plugins you should be using to improve your blogging efficiency.
The following post contains a list of the top 10 most popular WordPress Plugins.
Akismet – Standard spam protection for forms.
Limit login attempts – Might as well toss this on your prized site.
Floating Social bar – This is one of my favorite social button plugins, you can float it or stick it, above or below post.
Simple Image Widget – If you have some resource you push or even a banner, nice widget to present the image clean.
Q2w3 Fixed Widget – See that borderline annoying floating widget? This is how I make that happen.
Safe Redirect Manager – Occasionally you might have the need to create a redirect and don’t feel like pulling up FTP to modify your htaccess. You also might have a few affiliate links to put up, if you don’t have a ton this guide shows how to setup your links proper.
WordPress SEO – Ah good ole Yoast SEO, let’s take a look at how I have things setup. It’s video time, figured that would be better than a shitload of screenshots with arrows:
Subscribe to Comments Reloaded – Pretty self explanatory, best solution I’ve found for notifying people of comment replies.
Table of Contents Plus – This plugin helps make a clean table of contents at the top of your post with a short code. It works based on header tags.