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    WordPress Plugins

    I just complete my first WordPress blog design. Now i very much confused about plugins. Please experienced experts help me
    suggesting which plugins i must use and why as well as please share about plugins you are using. Please don't recommend me
    such plugins which are difficult to configure.
    Thanks

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    Congratulations for your first WP Blog. You can use Akismet to control SPAM on you blog. Here is the link
    Code:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/akismet/

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    Quote Originally Posted by masudbd987 View Post
    which plugins i must use and why
    This is the wrong way around. Do you need any plugins? WP is quite good on its own. If you need some kind of functionality that WP doesn't offer natively, then go out and seek a solution for that. The fewer you have the better—in terms of managing your site and keeping it up to date.

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    My suggestion for the plugin that you should install to your wordpress is the ff:

    1. All in One SEO
    2. Contact Form

    I think these two are the common plugin for Wordpress..

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    I suggest the All in One SEO Pack too, it is very useful SEO pluginm and you can use it with any other theme which will help you customize your meta html easily.

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    Here is Wp popup plugins....>>> Power Popup Plugin $37/$107
    Last edited by Mittineague; Nov 20, 2011 at 22:22. Reason: removing unnecessary link

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    - Google xml sitemap help search engine index your blog quickly

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    In addition to google sitemaps xml you could use OpenWebAnalytics to monitor user stats, related posts, wp to twitter, social buttons.

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    Use addthis this is a good plugin for bookmarking....

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    Use WordPress SEO by Yoast - it's loads better than All In One, does XML site maps for you so you don't need Google XML Sitemaps, auto-flushes your caching plugin when important changes are made, and guides you to writing better content with its keyword tools. I used All In One for 17 months and just switched to Yoast's plugin this week and I love it.
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