WordPress Plugins You Must Have For Your Online Business, 2017

With the advancement of technology and popularity of internet, WordPress has become more than just a blogging platform.

Nowadays, WordPress has become a fully developed content management system (CMS). And for this reason, thousands of businesses have switched to using WordPress.

In fact, it is a choice for many businesses because it is not only powerful software but also one that is easy to use.

  1. Yoast SEO

    For the WordPress Savvy internet users, you might know this plugin by the name ‘WordPress by Yoast. It is one of the oldest and most popular WordPress plugins that allow bloggers and website owners optimize their sites for Google and other recognized search engines.  This plugins not only help you optimize your website but also help you add and/or create Meta tags. As a matter of fact, you can learn more Yoast SEO tactics from salesforce DX and other listed software companies.

  2. W3 Total Cache

    At the end of the day, every business and site owner wants to make it to the top list of Google and other search engines. To speed up your website and make a step closer to being ranked higher in the search engines, W3 Total Cache is a plugin you cannot do without. And because the higher you are ranked the more visitors to your webiste, you can rest assured that WordPress is and will remain to be the best choice for you and your business.  

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    WP Rocket is a caching and performance optimization plugin to improve the loading speed of WordPress websites. WP Rocket integrates all the latest features in terms of performance: lazy loading of images, deferred loading of JavaScript, minification of HTML code, concatenation and minification of CSS and JavaScript files. While being extremely complete, WP Rocket is also very simple to configure even for beginners.

  3. MaxCDN

    Do you know that a website can sell depending on how attractive and informative it is to the client? Thanks to this amazing WordPress Plugin, you can now upload your images and content within the shortest time possible. Images take the longest to upload, but with MaxCDN, you will be surprised how fast it will be for you to upload images and other motionless content in your website.

  4. Buffer

    The best way to drive traffic, increase fan engagement and save time on social media. Keeping your followers engaged on social media requires you to frequently post updates. Buffer allows you to easily schedule your posts for the entire day. This allows you to keep your social media accounts active while you work on other things. See our tutorial on how to schedule WordPress posts for social media with BufferApp.

  5. Quick and Easy FAQs

    Are you launching a new product or new website? If so, then you need to create an FAQ’s section. Normally, it is the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) section that keep an interactive relationship between he client and the site owner. And as we all know, if you have a trustworthy FAQ’s section, your customer base will automatically grow.

  6. Insert Headers and Footers

    Managing WordPress sites can be a bit challenging especially for beginners. To ensure that you do not have a bumpy ride, here is an important tip; insert headers and footers into your content themes. It is these headers and footers that will make it easy for you to add code bits and bobs for your WordPress site without altering the theme files.

  7. G Suite

    Google Apps for Work is a suite of web applications like email, docs, spreadsheets, etc. Created by Google, this powerful suite of office applications is cheaper, easy to deploy, and hassle free. Most importantly, it allows you to use your own business domain name for emails.

  8. Testimonials Widget

    It allow site owners to showcase their older clients’ feedback about the services and/or products. This strategy has become one of the most trusted ways for letting others say what they feel about your particular business of services rendered. If the older client says that he/she was happy and content with the services offered to her, the more pluses you get for your business. 

  9. Jetpack

    A powerful plugin from the brilliant team behind the WordPress software itself (Automattic), Jetpack is a must have plugin for every WordPress website. As the name suggests, it offers a pack of awesome features for your website to fly up high and make it a success.

  10. Google Analytics

    This is one of the free and comprehensive analytics tool for any blogger. It also allows you to see where your visitors are coming from and what they are doing on your website.


Written by: Moore Walter is a fulltime blogger and WordPress expert. He has 2 years of experience is WordPress blogging and marketing.

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