One of the main reasons I love WordPress as a content management system and blogging platform is the availability of free plug-ins. While WordPress is an awesome platform to manage a web site right out of the box, plug-ins enhance user experience and site performance. Some plug-ins are even designed to help secure your WordPress application from hackers.

However, with so many plug-ins available, which are the best ones for your site? That will of course depend on your specific goals and application.

The following infographic attempts to remove some of the complexity of which plug-ins to run by featuring the top 30 WordPress plug-ins by popularity. The infographic has a few grammar errors but I think you’ll still find it useful when deciding which plug-ins to incorporate in your WordPress installation. Having the right plug-ins in place as well as properly managing your WordPress application, will help in your path to success.

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Most Popular WordPress Plug-ins]

David Wallace

David Wallace

David Wallace, co-founder and CEO of SearchRank, is a recognized expert in the industry of search and social media marketing. Since 1997, David has been involved in developing successful search engine and social media marketing campaigns for large and small businesses.

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