Most popular WordPress plugins of all time (Part 2)00:00

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Published on July 30, 2020

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00:00 introduction
00:141 Yoast SEO
One of the plugins that gets a lot of love from people is, without a doubt, Yoast SEO. This plugin is used by (almost) everyone who has a blog or site on WordPress. In fact, it can be hard to find websites that DON’T have Yoast SEO installed (well – we know of ~50 million actually! Check out #7).

2. Jetpack 0:14
Another plugin built by Automattic makes the top of the most popular WordPress plugins. This time, it’s Jetpack, a multipurpose tool that’s good at (almost) everything. It helps you with marketing, design, and security. Among its various features, you can find site analytics, automated social media posting, multiple WordPress themes, spam filtering, downtime monitoring, malware scanning, login security, lazy image loading, CDN, and more.

3. Wordfence Security 3:23
As you can see, the most popular WordPress plugins are diverse and come with a wide range of features. Now, Wordfence is a plugin only about security; it was created to keep your site safe. Wordfence puts a firewall on your site to keep it away from malicious traffic. Apart from that, it offers a malware scanner which blocks suspect external attempts and provides a secure login system.

What’s nice about this plugin is that it provides alerts every time something weird happens on your site. By weird, I mean anything that shouldn’t happen in terms of security. For instance, when a plugin that you use gets closed or abandoned or when a vulnerability issue takes place.

4. Contact Form 7 0: 5:04
The next most popular plugin is Contact Form 7, which creates simple and effective contact forms for your blog. Given that all of us need an easy way to connect with people, it’s not a surprise to see this plugin so high on the list. The plugin was developed by Takayuki Miyoshi and can handle multiple contact forms on the same site; it also integrates Akismet spam filtering and lets you customize the styling and fields that you want to use in the form. The plugin provides CAPTCHA and Ajax submitting.

5. WooCommerce 6:00
ow could e-commerce miss this list of the most popular WordPress plugins? WooCommerce is the plugin that lets you turn your WordPress site into an online shop, so you can sell your products to your clients on the web.

Of course, this plugin was built for commercial purposes, so all its users must be business owners (be it for side projects or for a living).

What’s nice about WooCommerce is that it’s very flexible in terms of customization options. Apart from the built-in settings, lots of developers built a community around it and created extensions, so that selling online can be as smooth as possible. With WooCommerce you can sell both physical and digital goods, add product variations, use affiliate links, and extensive payment methods.

6 Elementor 7:04
A beautiful landing page is essential, so it’s no surprise that #9 is a plugin that’s in charge of customizing your theme. How does it work exactly? By using a live page builder is allows you to design every element on your site. Elementor comes in both free and paid version.

This plugin is also one of those that you must install on your website because it helps you big time, especially if you want full control over your site design. There are a lot of free templates in Elementor library that you can use for creating a page straight away.

Most popular WordPress plugins of all time (Part 2)

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