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Yet more plugins

Some more plugins

Some more plugins

In this post, I am going to give you some information on another set of plugins which you are going to find very beneficial to the well being and health of your blog and your blogging activities.

In all my posts on plugins, I will talk about those plugins that are pretty much in the “can’t do without” category. You must understand that there are thousands of plugins, and while a lot of plugins share the same functions and features (though maybe not the same efficiency in carrying out those functions and features), many plugins are worth considering only if you have specific blog functions for which you require specific boosts. An example of this would be if you are selling something on your blog and you install a plugin that enables Paypal links.

Must plugins for your WP blog

Get your plugins plugged in

Get your plugins plugged in

Here is a list of plugins you simply must have installed and functioning on your blog. By no stretch of imagination should this be treated as an exhaustive list—there are thousands of plugins you can fool around with. Just remember, though, that overdoing plugins can have an adverse effect on the functioning of your blog.

However, you should treat the plugins listed here as essentials: plugins any blog must have installed. In my next post, I will mention some plugins you can use that are almost as important.

An introduction to plugins

Get the right plugins

Get the right plugins

What are WP plug ins?

Well, a plugin is a piece of software you plug into your WordPress blog so that functions are added. The best WP plugins help you with the primary areas of concern to you as a blogger, such as SEO, monetization, improvement of visitor experience.

Some more Google

All roads lead to Google

All roads lead to Google

Do you know that Google is much more than a search engine? That there is a whole range of Google products and services?

You do, right? You know about Gmail, and you know about Google’s Adsense, Adwords, Analytics, Webmaster and Keyword Tool… all Google services for those engaged in online activities. There are always some new Google features coming up.

Google and you

Don't p**s off Google!

Don't p**s off Google!

Just a word about Google search engine peculiarities.

Much as you appreciate the steps taken by search engines to enhance search experience, at times you do get almighty pissed off at the more negative byproducts of these steps—especially those by Google. Quite often, I am baffled by how Google works. I wish Google would publish some “How to use Google search engine without getting unnecessarily reprimanded” articles.

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