I love WordPress sites! They’re fully customizable and only a complete non-techy person can easily use it. What makes WordPress so great is great variety of plugins. Let’s have a look at the list of top wordpress plugins 2013.
1. SEO Pack by Yoast
The ultimate solution for your search engine optimization. Color coded, easy to use, easily the top in its category.
2. Broken Link Checker
Keep your site healthy. Fix the broken links as soon as you can to avoid your visitors reading Error messages when visiting your site.
3. Backup Buddy or Backup WordPress
You complete solution for WordPress backup.
Keeps your site clean from spam.
Easy and safe tool to protect your site from malware and spam.
6. Better WP Security
Protects your site, monitors your site for potential threats, detects attempts to search for vulnerabilities, and in the worst case scenario recovers your site from the backup files.
Quickly find the perfect Creative Commons licensed photo for your posts every time.
8. W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache
Speeds up the website upload time and improves website visitor experience.
9. Contact Form 7
Create and manage multiple contact forms, personalize them based on your needs and mail contents to your email address. This plugin supports CAPTCHa and Akismet.
10. Digg Digg
Social sharing plugin, highly customizable.
11. Facebook Comments or Disqus Comment System
Add social aspect to your comment system to spread the word about your blog.
12. Link Within
Showcase other posts at your site to increase click through rate. With added images.
13. Pretty Link
Turn your long website or affiliate links into a short, great looking link for easy sharing.
14. Wishlist Member
Turn your WordPress site into a membership site with multiple membership levels.
15. Blubrry PowerPress Podcasting Plugin
This plugin brings the essentials for podcasting to your WordPress site, including iTunes support, audio/video players, ets.
16. GD Star Rating
If you’re looking to add star rating to your posts, this plugin will allow you to do so.
17. Testimonials Widget
Showcase your clients’ comments in your side bar for added credibility.
18. Slide Deck
Slide Deck plugin turns slides into a no-brainer. No coding required, use images and text to setup your slides.
19. Social Author Bio
Social Author Bio adds an author bio box with avatar image and social media links to the bottom of your post. In addition, this plugin has a fully integrated Google+ authorship (shows Google+ Avatar in search results).
20. Magic Action Box
Add calls to action to your WordPress site, including action box before or after your post or optin boxes for your sidebar. Make your own or use the templates. Works with any autoresponder.
Question: What are your favorite WordPress plugins? Let me know in the comments below.
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