one of the really great things about WordPress is the HUGE library of free (And paid) plugins you can use to make your website better in different ways.
It is huge blessing but I can also see how this richness can also cause a bit of headache. how to choose which plugin is the right (And the best one) for your website specific needs.
Luckily as there are tons of plugins to pick from – there are also many great guides online to help you examine and see whats best for you.
In a recent article – pcadvisor.co.uk came with a great piece about just that, the best plugins you can choose for
SEO, comments, search and other important functions of your blog.
Here some tips from the article:
“SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is one of the most important things to practice in order to help readers find your website. The WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast aims to help you improve your SEO, by encouraging you to choose focus keywords to help you rank higher in search engines like Google.
Once you’ve attracted readers to your WordPress website thanks to brilliant SEO, you’ll probably want to make sure that they come back again when you add new content to the site. One way to help entice those readers back is through newsletters, and that’s where MailPoet comes in.
It’s a brilliant plugin that helps you build and send newsletters, post notifications and automatic response emails for your readers using a simple and easy drag-and-drop system.
Not only that, but you’ll also be able to see statistics for the newsletters you send, including opens, clicks and unsubscribes, so you can find out which emails work and which don’t.”
I can totally vouch for SEO Yoast plugin as I use it for all of my websites (yes also this one) and the plugin just take off the pain of making SEO changes to your site and it saves me a LOT of time daily.
There are many more plugins that can help make your website better – read more at pcadvisor.co.uk