Nowadays, so many people out there are interested to start a blog and further build a more functional and a sustainable site with WordPress, There are more and more folks are looking for easier ways to handle the website.
Whether you want your blog to be found by search engines or to make your content more shareable, the best
WordPress plugins have these three things in common: Easy to use. Light Weight. Zero Confliction with other plugins.
As well as whenever we use any plugin in our blog or website, so you have to always read the reviews and ratings by other users or contact
WordPress Developer to assist you.
We used literally hundreds of WordPress plugins, over the last seven years, I’ve narrowed the list down to the very best – and these are the tried-and-true favorites.
Akismet checks your comments and contact form submissions against our global database of spam to prevent your site from publishing malicious content. You can review the comment spam it catches on your blog’s “Comments” admin screen.
Google XML Sitemap
Use this plugin to greatly improve SEO to create special XML sitemaps which will help search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask.com to better index your site.
Contact Form 7
It’s a very simple and essential
WordPress plugin for creating different types of contact forms. In contact form 7, you will be able to add different forms and give them names. You can also make some of the boxes as “required” with this plugin, for example, the email address or phone number box. No need for special CSS or PHP coding. But if you have any specific requirements, Our WordPress Developers team happy to help you. Wordfence Security
Many people recognize the need to add security measures to their site and that’s why so many flocks to Wordfence. The security word press plugin allows features like blocking malicious networks, scanning for vulnerabilities, monitoring various metrics that could make your site more open to attack, and much more.
Yoast SEO Yoast SEO does everything in its power to please both visitors and search engine spiders. Instead of being left to guess if you’ve optimized your content correctly, the plugin helps you every step along the way. And if you use this one, you can skip the extra XML sitemap plugins, because Yoast takes care of that too. WP Super Cache
Caching a WordPress site is something that is good for providing higher speed on the web.
One reason why this belongs to our list of best WordPress plugins is that it is easy to use and setup. Just install, activate, check a few boxes to configure the plugins and you’re pretty much good to go!
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