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The 20 most popular WordPress plugins you should know [Infographic]

WordPress Plugins provide you many different types of customization and functionality to your site. You can also activate or deactivate installed plugin according to your wish. It’s that easy!

Being a crucial component of a WordPress, Plugins are used to extend the adaptability and compatibility of the entire site to fulfill particular needs. With plugins, you can add specific new features or can also modify existing features on your blog.

Besides plugins can also improve the performance of your WordPress blog. By using plugins you can make the required changes to your blog, you made your WordPress blog friendly. To engage your audience you need to ensure that your WordPress blog is user friendly that offers a flawless experience which generates more traffic and which improves site rankings.

From slow-loading fonts for to your site security plugins can manage all big and small issues smoothly. If you are giving something extraordinary to your readers then it will surely enhances your content visibility, for this you can also plugins that helps you to extend your blog.

Presently a large number of plugins can be found in wordpress directory. You can select the plugin according to your needs and this plugins will help you in making your task simpler and also modify your site as you need it. Let’s look at the below infographic showing Top 20 Most Popular WordPress plugins.

20 most popular wordPress plugins

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Jessica Todd Swift
Jessica Todd Swift is the deputy managing editor of the CEOWORLD magazine. She is a veteran business and tech blogger, journalist, and analyst. Jessica is responsible for overseeing newsroom assignments and publishing and providing support to the editor in chief.