Best WordPress Plugins

So you’ve just created a new blog and wondering what are the best plugins you should install on WordPress?

If your answer is yes then today you’re in luck.
Here I share the list of best WordPress plugins that you should install from day 1.

As we all know, plugins stretch the capabilities of WordPress. But the biggest problem with the abundance of plugins available online is choosing the right WordPress plugins to use for your WordPress website. For every blogger and webmaster on the WordPress platform these best WordPress plugins are handy.

Yoast SEO

If you start blogging, without a good search engine optimization, you won’t go very far. Yoast SEO is one of the most widely used and best search engine optimization plugins for blogs. It’s been trusted by most WordPress website owners and is also frequently updated for better upgrades and Google algorithms compatible. This is why it is also considered to be the #1 WordPress SEO plugin.

Yoast has lots of features that can effectively improve your blog. They can optimize your synonyms and keywords. It also analyzes your blog’s readability, and calculates the Flesch Reading Ease score. Other than this, the images you can post on your blog can also be optimized so that your blogs can be ranked higher with the help of the keywords in the image titles and attributes.

WP rocket

Wouldn’t it be great if your website was loading super quickly?

WordPress is a CMS which hogs memory. Use a cache plugin along with powerful servers like Bluehost or Kinsta to ensure WordPress doesn’t crash your web server. There are plenty of excellent WordPress cache plugins out there but for their simplicity and effectiveness, WP-Rocket tops one of them. What’s more, even on shared hosting works great!

WordPress has to fetch that post from the WordPress database whenever a user browses your blog post. This process now requires far too many PHP calls and therefore puts a lot of strain on your hosting server. A hundred visitors try to visit your blog. In this case, WordPress is running 100x PHP calls to serve all of those web pages.

When using a cache plugin, it creates a web page & static HTML file and allows WordPress to serve a page from that cache. This drastically reduces server load & allows you to serve your pages within a few seconds.
The plugin is easy to configure and it offers features not offered by any other similar plugin.

Akismet

Tired of seeing comments on your blog regarding spam? And I, too. Akismet will filter out all of your spam comments and block them. This will save you lots of time and help keep your blog clean. It’s the market’s #1 anti-spam plugin-and it’s free for non-commercial sites.

Akismet analyzes all the comments you receive, and knows exactly which ones you should block. You can sit back and relax, and concentrate on creating great content for your readers without worrying about spammy comments.

Digg digg

There are a huge number of different plugins on your blog post that you can use to display social share buttons. Digg Digg has a rooting interest to us.

Digg Digg was built a few years ago by our buffer engineers, and has ever since been a staple on the Buffer blog. What we’ve found most useful with integration with Digg Digg is the flexibility of where you can place the sharing buttons: floating to the left or right of the article, pinned to the top or bottom of a blog post, or manually wherever you want inside your theme.

Jetpack

Jetpack is one of the most popular plug-ins on WordPress. Automattic develops it which includes the people behind WordPress.com. This plugin is not just used on blog websites. It may be a business, minimalist, news or magazine websites and so on, it’s also used in other types of websites. Jetpack helps to filter spam, scan malware and protect against brute force attacks. So, your website prevents the unwanted intrusions. You are also getting back up in real time and pushing Jetpack notifications and emails about website downtime. These are all some of the most effective features to have as website owner on your blog websites.

Jetpack is also useful when you have multiple blog websites to manage. From a single data, you can check and monitor the different website data and statistics from multiple websites. This plugin also optimizes your images so your website has a better bandwidth and can load your readers faster.

Pushengage

PushEngage is a unique plugin designed to drive more traffic into your blog. It’s adding a new way for your blog readers to subscribe. It adds web push technology, and readers using browsers such as Chrome, Safari, or Firefox will receive notification to subscribe to your blog updates.

After that, your subscribers will receive push notifications alerting them of a new post whenever you publish a new blog post. You can also send manual push notifications to drive traffic to any particular blog post, landing pages or even a website for advertisers.

Google analytics dashboard for wp

From the very first day I started blogging, I used Google Analytics Dashboard for WP.Once you’ve optimized your search engine content, you’re sure to want to see how it pays off your effort, right?

Google Analytics is the best tool out there for analyzing websites. It tells you all you need to know about visitors to your blog, what they’re doing on your website and what posts they love.

This plugin allows you to monitor traffic on your blog and see what your visitors are actually doing. Google Analytics Dashboard for WP is very easy and fast to set up, and you’ll save tons of time when tracking your traffic directly in your WordPress dashboard!

Disqus comments

Disqus was one of the easiest (and most prettiest) commenting systems we’ve found. The powerful Disqus system works right out of your standard WordPress setup, allowing you to manage all comments smoothly and quickly through the Admin area of Disqus or directly from your blog comment section.

Recently on some of our old blog posts we have run into a spate of comment spam and turning off comments for individual posts is as simple as two clicks on a drop-down menu.

(source: themegrill.com, shoutmeloud.com, bloggingexplorer.com, and buffer.com)

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